The excess amount of thyroid hormone produced by someone suffering from hyperthyroidism causes overactivity in the sympathetic nervous system. This unnecessary strain on the nervous system can have serious behavioral and physiological effects, so avoiding this is important. Oats can act as a slight nervine tonic, thus combating some of the symptoms of hyperthyroidism, and are also very good forms of energy. Hyperthyroidism often leaves people feeling weak and fatigued, worn out by their own metabolism, but oats provide a healthy, long-lasting form of energy to keep you going.
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