Facial changes can indicate hypothyroidism

The MSD Manual describes symptoms of hypothyroidism as "subtle and insidious."

According to the health body, the most commonly reported symptoms include fluid retention and puffiness, especially periorbital, tiredness, cold intolerance and mental fogginess.

However, changes in the facial expressions can also be a tell-tale sign of hypothyroidism.

“Facial expressions become dull, the voice is hoarse, speech is slow, eyelids droop and the eyes and face become puffy,” the MSD Manuals explains.

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