The Cause Of Emotions Is Not Stable In Patients With Hyperthyroidism?
I want to ask, my father had consulted from last year with an expert in the doctor and the doctor had already sentenced him if he had hyperthyroidism from BB, and the frequent pounding heart had improved, but now his interruption was interrupted. Already to the ophthalmologist he said it was from his internal disease and had consulted with doctors before but the medicine that was given did not have an impact on his eyes for BB okay, it’s normal not like it used to be suddenly thin. But lately his emotions fluctuate. Very easily offended and angry, his anger also overflowed until confused too, small gal made a big problem. Is this related to the disease? Please help in answer. thank you
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Hyperthyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid gland becomes hyperactive and causes thyroid hormone levels to increase. Symptoms in this disease include:
Hands often tremble
BB decreased even though appetite increased
Not resistant to heat
It's easy to sweat
Difficulty concentrating, easily anxious, restless, and more emotional, and so on
So related to your question, of course there could be a relationship between hyperthyroidism that occurs in your father with his emotions at this time. So that current family support can be very helpful.
At the moment some things you can do are:
Avoid situations that trigger emotions in your father
Make sure your father takes the medicine given by the doctor regularly
Create a comfortable atmosphere at home
Make sure your father consumes healthy and nutritious food, drink enough water, and get enough rest
Routine control to your internal medicine doctor to monitor the development of your father's condition
That's all, hope it helps.