Yes, thyroid problem is one of the other cause for snoring. Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH), which is released by the pituitary gland. One important function of thyroid is helping the body convert food into energy and heat.
The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland in the throat. It produces essential hormones known as triiodothyronine and thyroxine. These are like petrol and oil: not enough and things start to rust, the engine starts to splutter and die.
Hashimoto's causes our antibodies to attack the thyroid gland. Healthy tissue is slowly replaced by scar tissue, until the thyroid is unable to produce the required T3 and T4. Sufferers tend to faint quite a lot.
Leave them alone until and unless they malfunction. There is no better care.
The muscular system is the mechanical force behind the digestive system. Beginning when you take a bite, your muscular system aids your digestive system. Chewing and swallowing are done by the muscular system; muscles surrounding your stomach churn up food to aid digestion; muscles transport digested food through your intestines and eventually out of your body. (The muscles for chewing and swallowing are voluntary muscles; the rest are involuntary.)
Pituitary glands are glands in the endocrine system that release hormones to target tissue. They produce hormones, regulate milk production, and growth.