Have Questions? Call Now 1-800-923-7878


Hyperthyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid gland is overactive, producing too much thyroid hormone, which speeds up many of the body’s functions. Hyperthyroidism is 7 to 10 times more common in women and usually develops between the ages of 20 and 50.

How does hyperthyroidism develop?

There are several causes for hyperthyroidism. In 75 percent of the cases, the condition is due to Grave’s Disease, an autoimmune disorder in which the immune system produces antibodies that attack the thyroid gland. In rare cases hyperthyroidism may be associated with other autoimmune disorders such as vitiligo, as well as pernicious anemia, a disorder of the blood. In some cases, thyroid nodules that secrete hormones lead to hyperthyroidism. Inflammation of the thyroid gland may also temporarily produce the symptoms of hyperthyroidism. Older people with hyperthyroidism may develop these characteristic symptoms but have what is called apathetic or masked hyperthyroidism. They become weak, sleepy, confused and withdrawn.

What are the symptoms of hyperthyroidism?

Symptoms of hyperthyroidism usually develop gradually over several weeks. They may include: weight loss despite increased appetite and food consumption; rapid heartbeat, which is sometimes also irregular; and elevated blood pressure. Additional symptoms include hand tremors; warm, moist skin due to excessive sweating; heat intolerance; anxiety and insomnia; frequent bowel movements; swelling in the neck caused by an enlarged thyroid; muscle weakness; and, in women, irregular menstruation. Hyperthyroidism can also cause changes in the eyes such as puffiness, increased tear formation, irritation and unusual sensitivity to light. If Grave’s Disease is involved, bulging eyes may also be a symptom.

Alternative Treatment for Hyperthyroidism

Conventional medical treatments may help relieve the symptoms of hyperthyroidism, but they do not address the root of the problem. Discover why we believe that natural medicine treatments are the best way to treat hyperthyroidism.

At Sunridge Medical, our highly-trained physicians are experts in providing an integrated approach to the treatment of cancer and chronic disease. Our treatment plans are individualized, and involve both traditional and alternative medicines.

The physicians at Sunridge Medical have found that symptoms frequently can be improved and even reversed with our natural treatments. We take a holistic approach to patient care and strive not only treat the disease, but also alleviate symptoms, increase quality of life and, most importantly, address the underlying cause of disease.

For answers to your questions or to make an appointment, call us toll-free at 855-303-4101 to speak with a Patient Care Representative. Let us help you get your life back.

Contact Us

Still Have Questions? That’s okay, we know that navigating a new course for your health is never easy, especially with all the information there is out there to have to sort through and process. That is why our Patient Care Representatives strive to provide you with as much knowledge as they possible can so that you can make the best and most informed decisions for you and your loved ones. Start by filling out the form below or just call us toll free at (800) 923-7878. There is no obligation, so please go ahead and ask away, we are always happy to help!


    14200 N Northsight Blvd Suite 160
    Scottsdale, AZ 85254 USA


    800-923-7878 (toll free)
    480-659-9135 (local)

    Info Icon

    Have A Question Or Just Need More Information?

    Don’t hesitate to contact us at anytime. we are here to help

    Call Toll Free