Reports say that one in ten people in India have hypothyroidism


New Delhi: 42 million people are suffering from thyroid diseases. Reports show that one in 10 people have hypothyroidism.

Hypothyroidism is the most common state which hormone production is less than in general. Hypothyroidism is more common than hyperthyroidism. Hypothyroidism is the most affected among women aged 60, according to studies.

The majority of people with hypothyroidism appear to be overweight. About 2% in the UK and 4.6% of Americans in the US have been diagnosed with thyroid, while in India 11% found that the thyroid is infected.

This is evidence that Iodine deficiency in India still persists. In addition, ecological factors also exist. Use of pesticides, poisonous drinking water and industrial pollution can lead to thyroid disease.


Studies show that hypothyroidism is more common in women than males. In recent years, however, there will be a high percentage of thyroid hormone infections from children to adolescents. In the first phase of hypothyroidism, symptoms may not be manifest.

Symptoms of hypothyroidism depend on the absence of thyroid hormone.

1. Add the rate of cholesterol

2. Depression

3. Tiredness

4. Hair loss

5. Remorse

6. Get dry skin

7. Weight gain

These symptoms can occur when a person experiences metabolism but does not have symptoms at the beginning of the disease. Depression may result in fatigue when bodybuilding decreases and increases in body weight can also cause depression.

Hypothyroidism may also be present in the cold of the cold, sleeping, legs for the legs, muscle pain, and excessive chemotherapy during menstruation.

Thyroid disease will reduce by a little bit by exercising. But it is confirmed as affected by it is better to consult a doctor.

Studies show that thyroid disease can lead to many health problems, as the book is essential for hormonal metabolism.