Thyroid Eye Disease or Graves Eye Disease

Graves' eye complaint is also known as the thyroid eye complaint, and an bus-vulnerable condition in which the vulnerable cells attack the thyroid gland which responds by concealing an redundant quantum of thyroid hormone. As the result, the thyroid gland enlarges and the redundant hormones increase metabolism. The hyperactive- metabolic state is characterized by fast palpitation twinkle, gushing sweating, perversity, high blood pressure, fatigue, weight loss, pulsations, heat dogmatism, and loss of hair and differences in hair quality. When the vulnerable system attacks the apkins around the eyes, it causes the eye muscles or adipose to expand. The eyes are the particularly vulnerable to Graves' eye complaint, because of the autoimmune attack frequently targets the eye muscles and the connective towel within eye socket. This likely occurs because of these apkins contain proteins that appear analogous to the vulnerable system as those of the thyroid gland.

In Grave’s eye complaint the towel around the eye is attacked, and the result is inflammation and lump, causing:

  • Redness and pain
  • Puffiness around the eyes
  • Bulging of the eyes

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