It may not be just hypothyroidism.
It might be your medication.
Aza Muñoz, professional golfer (sponsored by Tirosint-SOL),
has Hashimoto’s thyroiditis and takes Tirosint-SOL.
For nearly half of people with hypothyroidism, it’s not uncommon to continue experiencing thyroid symptoms even when taking tablet medication. That’s because most traditional thyroid hormone tablet medications contain inactive ingredients like gluten, lactose, sugars, dyes, and talc. When combined with other preexisting factors, this makes it difficult for the body to absorb your medicine to treat your hypothyroidism symptoms.
Common Factors That Interfere with Effective Relief:
If traditional thyroid hormone tablet medication isn’t working for you, then it might be time to switch to something different. Tirosint-SOL is a unique liquid formulation that contains only 3 ingredients – levothyroxine, glycerol, and water. This makes it so much easier for your body to absorb, so you can enjoy fast, focused relief from hypothyroidism symptoms. Plus it has the widest range of dose options available on the market, allowing for more precise treatment.
A few years ago, pro golfer Aza Muñoz found herself feeling tired all the time, constantly cold and achy, suffering hair loss and lacking her usual motivation. Aza’s doctor diagnosed her with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, but even after she started traditional thyroid hormone tablet medication treatments, something still didn’t feel right. She struggled to put the amount of energy into practice that she needed to keep her game at a high level. After consulting with her doctor, she decided to take a different course and try Tirosint-SOL (levothyroxine sodium) oral solution to treat her hypothyroidism.
Within just a few months, Aza had her energy back and was even able to reduce her dosage levels. By moving away from traditional tablet medication, she was able to get back in full swing – both on and off the course.
To learn how you can experience this kind of relief for yourself, talk to your doctor about Tirosint-SOL today.