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Hola, me llamo . Soy de Zaragoza, España. Me gusta nadar, bailar, y estudiar. Tambien, me gusta ayudar mis amigos. Soy simpática y divertida.

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fast heart rate, lethargy, fatigue

Exercise. People who exercise regularly live about five to seven years longer than those who are inactive

Watch Your Weight

Don't Smoke

Get Enough Sleep

Use Caution If You Drink Alcohol

Eat Well

Manage Stress

exercise, eat healthy, dont do drugs, drink lots of water.


Check if side lengths of one polygon have been divided by the same number to decrease the size of the shape or multiplied by the same number to increase.

Step-by-step explanation:

In this question, we need to tell some things that could help to check if two polygons are scaled copy of each other or not.

Check if side lengths of one polygon have been divided by the same number to decrease the size of the shape or multiplied by the same number to increase. For example, if a rectangle has a length of 10 and a height of 8, a scaled copy would be a length of 5 and a breadth of 4.

Another example is as follows:

If a rectangle has a length of 4 and a height of 3, a scaled copy would be a length of 8 and a breadth of 6.

1.The correct answer is hypothyroidism.

Hypothyroidism is a condition of underactive thyroid gland which consequently doesn’t produce enough thyroid hormones-thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3). In this case, patient has low levels of TSH (stimulates the thyroid gland) and as a result the production of thyroid hormones is decreased. Since the thyroid hormones are essential for metabolic processes and proper development and differentiation of the cells the symptoms might include low toleration of cold, tiredness, depression, weight gain..

2.Barbara has secondary hypothyroidism. It is type of hypothyroidism where thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) levels are low and that is why there is decreased stimulation of the pituitary gland. Consequently, the production of thyroid hormones is also decreased. Secondary hypothyroidism might develop due to pituitary lesions, infections, autoimmune diseases…

3.Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) is a hormone of pituitary gland with the main role to stimulate the thyroid to release thyroid hormones. When the levels of both TSH and thyroid hormones are low, the problem is central, meaning that the hypothalamus/pituitary is not working properly. This might be due to pituitary lesions (pituitary adenoma, metastasis, infections, autoimmune diseases,  surgery or radiation to the pituitary…

4.One of the symptoms of the hypothyroidism is poor ability to tolerate cold.

This happens because thyroid hormones regulate the metabolism and energy consumption in the body and also are able to influence how much the blood vessels dilate and thus how much heat can escape the body. Hypothyroidism slows down the metabolism and drops down the body temperature.

5.Thyroid hormones regulate the metabolism (protein, fat, and carbohydrate metabolism) and energy consumption in the body. Normally, thyroid hormones increase the rate of lipolysis (breakdown of lipids) and glycogen breakdown. So, when there is not enough of those hormones, lipid might accumulate and become stored as fat.

1.The answer is; her thyroid is not functioning properly as can be viewed in her serum Thyroxine and Triiodothyronine levels. Her levels of the two hormones is below the normal ranges for a healthy person as indicated in the table. This means that she has hypothyroidism – meaning her thyroid glands are underperforming.

2.T3 and T4 hormones are produced by the thyroid gland. Therefore abnormal serum levels of the two hormones mean that either the thyroid gland is malfunctioning (primary hypothyroidism) or the pituitary gland that produces Thyroid Stimulating Hormone is malfunctioning (secondary hypothyroidism).

3.One is pituitary disorder due to a medical conditions such as a tumor growth in the gland. The pituitary gland is responsible for secreting TSH that influence T3 and T4 levels in the blood. The second cause could be hyperthyroidism. The pituitary may be trying to reduce THS levels because the thyroid is producing excess T3 hormone.

4.The thyroid hormones are significant in regulating vital functions of the body from breathing, body weight, heart rate, menstrual cycle, body temperatures, and cholesterol levels. T3 and T4 are significant in regulating metabolism in the body cells. When the hormones are produced at low levels, metabolism is reduced hence the body struggles to raise body temperatures when they drop.

5.  Due to the low metabolism rates in cells (as a result of hypothyroidism) the body’s rate of burning calories and fats is reduced. Therefore, there is an accumulation of excess glucose and fats in the body that is stored in fat tissue.

drink something to replace electrolytes

Explanation: gator aide

That they battled each other for power
Political conflict. The enlightenment. Economic hardship.

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