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Why you should know your TSH hormone numbers

  1. Thyroid Health and Mental Well-being: Research indicates that more than two-thirds of mildly depressed patients and virtually all moderately and severely depressed individuals show low T3 hormone levels. In addition, elevated TSH is observed in almost 55% of these cases. Testing your TSH (and T3) becomes a window into understanding potential links between your thyroid function and mental well-being.


  1. TSH and Infertility: Elevated TSH levels were found to be nearly twice as common in women with unexplained infertility compared to those with known male factor issues. This suggests a potential impact of high-normal TSH levels on conception. Why? Possibly because TSH itself can have a variety of pro-inflammatory actions. In fact, the C-reactive protein, an inflammation marker, is increased in association with TSH.


  1. Burning Mouth Syndrome (BMS) and TSH: The burning sensation, often in the lips or tongue, accompanied by numbness and discomfort, can be linked to various deficiencies, including Vitamin D, B, iron, zinc, and high TSH.


  1. TSH and Cancer: Did you know that certain types of thyroid cancer can be managed by keeping Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) levels completely suppressed? TSH is involved in a variety of cellular reactions, and researchers suspect it might also have a role in the development of various cancers, including melanoma.


Take Control – Test Your TSH:  “Over a period of several years, I never saw a person whose TSH was over 2 microIU/ml who was comfortably healthy, and I formed the impression that the normal, or healthy, quantity was probably something less than 1.0.” – Dr. Ray Peat PhD


Empower yourself with knowledge! By testing your TSH levels, you take a proactive stance in understanding your body’s hormonal symphony. Uncover potential imbalances, address them early, and pave the way for a healthier, more balanced you.

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