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Better Lives with Care.Wallet: Thyroid Disorders in Mexico

Thyroid disorders are conditions that affect the thyroid gland, a butterfly-shaped gland in the front of the neck. Based on the SADEM study, 23.7% of people in Mexico live with thyroid dysfunction.

The thyroid has important roles to regulate numerous metabolic processes throughout the body. Different types of thyroid disorders affect either its structure or function. Common hyperthyroid symptoms include irritability, anxiety, weight loss, fast heartbeat, inability to tolerate the heat, diarrhea, and enlargement of the thyroid. Thyroid dysfunction is one of the leading endocrine disorders. Hyperthyroidism needs treatment that will slow down the production of the thyroid hormone. Drugs and surgery are usually effective ways to adjust hormone levels. Other treatments, including diet supplements, herbal remedies, and special exercises, may relieve some of the discomforts and help the thyroid gland work better.

Care.Wallet will be able to provide patients with thyroid dysfunction in treatment, further support and control. Through the ‘How Are You Feeling Today’ (HAYFT) Care.Card it will be easier to manage health conditions. Patients will be able to record their symptoms and any side effects from their treatment, share medical information between care coordinators, doctors, and other patients to receive quick support. Transportation Care.Card will help to arrange a needed checkup in the most convenient time for the user. They will also be able to share their ride with their own Care.Circle. With Care.Circle, family and loved ones will be able to stay informed of a person’s health, in real-time.

During the thyroid dysfunction, diagnostic, and treatment, a patient must have regular doctor visits. Global Telehealth Exchange will offer patients a unique opportunity to get fast and high-quality help in just a few clicks, regardless of where they are. It’s a unique opportunity for the patients to take control of their own health without changing their daily lifestyle. Doctors will be able to see the health data and control the patient’s treatment, even from another part of the world.

Solve.Care is working on making healthcare accessible, qualitative, and convenient for everyone. Did you find the above interesting? Take a look at our previous article, Pollen in the US.

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