Hyperthyroidism

Hyperthyroidism is an overactive thyroid gland. The term " hyperthyroidism" refers to the physiological hyperthyroidism during pregnancy, menopause), light forms of diffuse toxic goiter and secondary increased function of the thyroid gland in various diseases.
For hyperthyroidism characteristic symptoms: palpitations, sweating, weight loss, low-grade fever, increased mental anxiety, trembling fingers, strengthening of the tendon reflexes, insomnia or anxiety shallow sleep, systolic blood pressure, fatigue, increase in the basic currency. Ray, which is the primary form of diffuse toxic goiter, may progress to severe.
Diagnosis and treatment of hyperthyroidism - see diffuse toxic Goiter. When symptomatic hypertonia the treatment should be aimed at addressing the underlying disease.