2. Related Symptoms
Because thyroid hormones affect so many of your functions, you can have a few or many of the following symptoms due to an abundance of thyroid hormones in your system. The symptoms generally progress with time, and the disease is not always easy to catch early on.
EndocrineWeb.com lists the common symptoms of the disease as anxiety, chest pain, elevated blood pressure, hand tremors, fatigue, increased sweating, muscle weakness, irregular heartbeat, sensitivity to heat, vision problems, shortness of breath, and even bulging eyes.