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  • Some problems occur because of underactivity or blockage, while other problems occur due to overly active areas or ineffective gateways that are letting too much information through.

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  • This refers to the over- or underactivity of cortisol.


  • This refers to the over- or underactivity of cortisol.


  • I've never heard of an autoimmune thyroid problem fluxing between over activity and underactivity, for example.

    My thyroid doctor is happy, which scares me.

  • LADENSON: Women in their 30s, one out of every dozen will have some degree of thyroid underactivity.

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  • The only common side effect of radioactive iodine treatment is underactivity of the thyroid gland.


  • _Psychomotor retardation_ is an underactivity of both mind and body in which consciousness is dulled and the body sluggish.

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  • Our study proved the concept that vesical C fiber as well as Aδ fiber neuropathy could cause the detrusor underactivity directly without the process of overdistention.

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  • The term "autointoxication" should properly be restricted to conditions where poison arises from changes in the tissues or in the activities of cells or organs, whereby substances are released into the circulation in quantities harmful to the organism; in other words, where the secretions of the body are altered, either in character or quantity, to such a degree as to cause injurious effects, such as overactivity or underactivity of the thyroid gland, or suprarenal gland.

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  • In overactivity or underactivity of those gene pro - rheumatoid arthritis, for example, the normal T - ducts in tumor cells).

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