2. Some of the Symptoms Are Visible And Some Aren’t
This condition has many symptoms that are obvious, therefore, visible and others which can be classed as invisible.
Depression, aching and weakened muscles, pain in the joints as well as a lapse in memory, can be classified as invisible, or ignorable, symptoms.
The more visible tell-tale signs are often, weight gain, swollen throat and tongue, dry hair and skin, menstrual bleeding that takes longer than usual and constipation. It could be hard for individuals to notice some of these tell-tale signs because they can all occur due to either environmental or personal issues.
Some of them don’t necessarily signal a red flag as they may appear seemingly mild and harmless, for example, dry skin and constipation. Dry skin is not necessarily considered a medical sign for an underlying condition, so may be taken lightly. Conditions like depression are often harder to detect as most people ignore the signs and chalk them down to the stress and exhaustion of daily living.