As we mentioned in the past article, premenstrual syndrome effects a minimum of 70% to 90% of girls before menopause in US and less for women in Southeast Asia for their diet. Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) occurrence have more than double over past 50 years because of a acceptance of its as medical problem and caused by unhealthy diet with good in saturated food. Premenstrual syndrome pertains to faulty function of ovaries with information women menstrual cycle, it effects the women emotional and physical state and sometimes interference with lifestyle as resulting of bodily hormone fluctuation. The syndrome happens in one or two weeks before menstruation and then declining right after the period starts. It is said the symptoms can be severe that between 10-15% of women have to take time off work, costing businesses sums of money a year. In in this article, we will discuss of which exhibits hypothyroidism to throughout PMS.
Hypothyroidism is either a result of Hashimoto's thyroiditis as hypothyroidism or by a lessening of the thyroid gland or how little hormones from either the hypothalamus or even the pituitary.
II. What exhibit hypothyroidism to cause Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
Hypothyroidism as a result of low levels of Iodine within our diet causing ldl thyroid stimulating hormone resulting in swelling or hyperplasia of the thyroid gland.
2. Sporadic inheritance
Hypothyroidism can pass through from one generation to another caused by genetic anomalies including recessive, dominant in areas sporadic inheritance patterns.
3. Postpartum thyroiditis
Postpartum thyroids serves as a resulted of inflammation of thyroid gland as resulting of ever-changing thyroid function after childbirth on many women. This inflammation may significant decrease the thyroid and and so the hyperthyroid phase will be followed by the creation of hypothyroidism.
4. Wolf-Chaikoff effects
Hyperthyroidism could also be caused temporarily intake of high amount of Iodine in treating hyperthyroidism.
6. Chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis
Also sometimes known as Hashimoto's thyroiditis, it is because malfunction of immune system inducing the body own T cells invade the thyroid cells or a lessening of the thyroid gland consequently hormones deficiency from there is the hypothalamus or the anterior pituitary gland.