The most obvious and common symptom of hypothyroidism is unconscious and uncontrollable weight gain. Even for active people, hypothyroidism can cause you to gain weight, often leading to a less active lifestyle, frustration, and sedentary habits that exacerbate the symptoms of the disease. Regular exercise is essential not only to maintain the same weight, but it can also stimulate the metabolism and make your body work more effectively. Although your thyroid hormone levels may be negatively impacted, you can naturally boost your metabolism by doing rigorous cardiovascular exercises 4-5 times per week.
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