A member posted this valueable study in a low visibility thread,its a review of the evidence of mistakes in Endocrinological Assessment of Thyroid Function.It is noted that even thorough analysis of the known measurable Parameters leaves a high amount of uncertainty of true availability of...
its similar to sauna,isnt it?or even hot tube!
Serum thyroid hormone changes during whole body hyperthermia. - PubMed - NCBI
In order to elucidate changes in thyroid hormone metabolism during acute heat stress, we measured sequentially serum thyroxine (T4), triiothyronine (T3), and reverse T3...
[ edit : part of post moved from Anybody Know More On The Role Of Type 3 Deiodinase? ]
I found this one by chance. Don't know if it helps.
Conversion of T3 and rT3 to 3,3'-T2: pH dependency. - PubMed - NCBI
Ray Peat has written and spoken about Alzheimers and dementia in general.
These studies are small but very interesting, I don't understand why they don't check T3 and reverse T3 for Alzheimers.This is all I can find at the moment.
Study showing T3 is low in Alzheimers patients .
I know he apparently later clarified that Reverse T3 is from T4, but I am curious to know why he said the Liver is likely to convert much of the T3 as a defensive response? Is this true? An interesting mistake he made if its not true, thats for sure.