The thyroid is a gland that produces the hormones that regulate body's metabolism. A malfunctioning thyroid can significantly affect some body functions such as energy level, heart rate, central nervous system, and even hearing.
The thyroid is an endocrine gland that produces the hormones that regulate the metabolism of the human body. It is located at the front of the neck, in front of the trachea and consists of two joined lobes that give it the "butterfly" shape.
Thyroid disorders can seriously affect some body functions such as energy level, heart rate, and central nervous system. In addition, the thyroid can also be affected by morphological changes. Let's see the main thyroid disorders: