There are many factors which can affect our eyesight, but we’ll bet the thyroid doesn’t come to mind first. If you already didn’t know, the thyroid can actually be responsible for eye diseases.

The thyroid’s main responsibility is to regulate and produce hormones. When the thyroid is healthy and there are normal hormone levels in the blood, this is referred to as euthyroid. If there is a problem with the thyroid it can either produce too many hormones or too few; these conditions are referred to as hyperthyroid or hypothyroid. When a malfunction occurs with the thyroid it can lead to the onset of a thyroid eye disease.


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