Can Active Thyroid Gland Cause Body Odor?
, if the active thyroid gland can cause body odor? How to deal with this problem?
I do not understand what you mean by active thyroid gland. The thyroid gland produces thyroid hormones which function to regulate the body's metabolic rate and the rate of body heat formation. In normal humans, of course the thyroid gland will be active. Precisely when the thyroid gland is inactive, various problems can arise. If you mean hyperthyroidism, where the thyroid gland produces excessive thyroid hormone, then the condition does not directly cause body odor.
Hyperthyroidism causes a variety of symptoms, one of which is increased production of sweat glands. Someone becomes easy to sweat a lot. Sweat mixed with bacteria on the skin can cause body odor. Maintain regular body cleanliness, wear clothes that absorb sweat, diligently change and wash clothes, choose the right type of food, and use natural deodorants (such as alum), possibly reducing body odor. However, in some people genetically there is a body odor that is more pungent than others. If indeed you experience excessive sweating due to hyperthyroidism, then the best way is to consult a doctor of internal medicine. The doctor will do a lab test to determine thyroid levels. Therapy in the form of drugs will be given if thyroid levels are far from normal.
Thus my explanation, hopefully useful. Regards.