An Endocrinologist specializes in diseases of the endocrine system, and one of the most important glands involved is the thyroid. The thyroid is a large gland in your neck that acts as one of the central regulators of many of your body’s autonomous systems, secreting a wide variety of hormones that control how your body reacts.
Of the various ailments an endocrinologist treats, thyroid issues are among the most common. The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland on both sides of the front of the neck, just below Adam’s apple. It’s one of the single most important hormone-producing glands in the endocrine system, responsible for creating chemicals that regulate the body’s metabolism,
In understanding more about the reasons for why you may feel colder than others, you might first analyze your thyroid and its level of performance. The latest data shows that there’s a significant link between hypothyroidism and perceived body temperature changes, and in this latest post, our experts delve into the latest research and review the findings to help explain the newest links.
(A guest post from Peggy Schiavo Spinozzi, Nutritionist)
This is a frequently asked question with a 1 hour answer but basically we know that alcohol can cause low blood sugars because the liver is preoccupied detoxifying the alcohol in the beverage and does not release normal glucose into the blood. Higher proof drinks like whiskey and vodka present more risk while lower alcohol content drinks such as wine and light beer are less risky.