Thyroid Hormone and Brain Chemistry Disorders

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Scientists now consider thyroid hormone one of the major “players” in
brain chemistry disorders.And as with any brain chemical disorder, until
treated correctly, thyroid hormone imbalance has serious effects on the
patient’s emotions and behavior ~Dr Ridha Arem

As if we did not already know……..

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About martisima

After over 50 years of teaching literature to undergraduate and graduate students, I feel I have earned my retirement (it happened when I was 72, five years ago). I do miss the classroom, however, but not the meetings and all other requirements of the profession. I love teaching, and wish I could still do it. But now I read for pleasure, and watch films, and listen to all kinds of music (no TV, though). I love to travel, and hope I can resume doing it soon. I need to get over my health issues caused by thyroid surgery three years ago!
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3 Responses to Thyroid Hormone and Brain Chemistry Disorders

  1. Scientists are always proving what we already know. Of course, they kind of have to prove it, in order to prove it, if you know what I mean. 😉

  2. martisima says:

    We all know, my dear daughter. They feel better this way, but they cannot admit that WE are the ones who told them in the first place

    • Anna Amato says:

      Absolutely – it’s like hearing scientists who are just now ‘proving’ Adele Davis’s nutritional data from the 60’s and 70’s.

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