Are your children struggling to make it through college? Are they lacking in energy and unable to focus in school? They should be filled with energy and enthusiasm during this time in their life, and if they’re not, then something could very well be going on with their hormones. They are not too young to have hypothyroidism or hormone deficiencies that can negatively affect their health and well-being.
Hormonal problems such as hypothyroidism and adrenal fatigue usually occur in adults; however the younger population is experiencing this more often today. Many college students rely on coffee, energy drinks such as Red Bull, and even prescription drugs such as Adderall or Ritalin to give them the energy boost they need so they can focus and study. But none of those will solve the underlying cause of their fatigue, and can be potentially dangerous to their health.
Take a look at the symptoms of hypothyroidism
Loss of energy/fatigue
Difficulty losing weight
Difficulty concentrating and short term memory loss
Enlarged tongue with teeth indentations
Cold extremities and cold sensitivity
Brittle fingernails with ridging
Low basal body temperature
Elevated cholesterol and triglycerides
Depression or mood swings
Muscle pain and cramps
Tiredness after a full night’s sleep
Recurrent and chronic infections
Enlarged thyroid gland
MaryAnna had extreme fatigue and brain fog in college. Her story will inspire anyone who is struggling with these symptoms, especially if you are a college student. It is a heartbreaking story with a happy ending that you don’t want to miss!
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Find out if your son or daughter could have symptoms of hormone imbalance or hypothyroidism by taking our symptom checker quiz. Get them on the right path to health and wellness now to ensure a bright, healthy successful future!