Thyroxine, aka T3, is the principal hormone released from the thyroid gland. It helps regulate your basal metabolic rate.

Symptoms of having too much thyroxine - a condition called thyrotoxicosis - are not unlike what happens after guzzling two pots of quad strength coffee, such as tremor, agitation, irritability, sweat, and heat intolerance.

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