10 year old with panic attacks or thyroid troubles?


my pediatrician says that an overactive thryroid and frenzy attacks have simular symtems. Is this true?

Answer:    Yes. The symptoms are the same, because the symptoms both result from a flood of adrenaline surrounded by the body.

In a panic attack, the mind causes the flood of adrenaline. In hyperthyroidism, the overactive thyroid cause the flood of adrenaline..
Well, when the body is off balance beside anything including thyroid problems it can make panic attacks and apprehension. Vitamin deficiencies can also make nouns attacks but doctors do not routinely test for them. Yes. It is true..
when i told doc i have pannic attack he checked my thyroid and i be fine so im guessin ye they do

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