Subclinical vs. Clinical Disease

Subclinical vs. Clinical Disease

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What are the differences between clinical and subclinical disease? Here’s what you need to know.

Timestamps:
0:00 Subclinical vs. clinical disease
0:10 What are subclinical and clinical diseases?
0:53 Subclinical diabetes
1:50 Subclinical hypothyroidism
4:25 Subclinical adrenal disease
5:16 Subclinical kidney disease
5:52 Subclinical liver disease
6:35 Key takeaways

In this video, I want to help increase your awareness of the differences between clinical and subclinical disease.

Subclinical means that you have very few—if any—symptoms of a disease and no clinical finding. You may have had a full blood work-up, but the doctor found nothing abnormal.

Clinical means that you have symptoms, and there are clinical findings that confirm you have a disease.

Numerous health problems—especially things like diabetes, hypothyroidism, adrenal disease, kidney disease, and liver disease—start out as a subclinical problem before they transition into a clinical issue.

You may start having subclinical problems years before you have clinical disease. You may also notice some symptoms like fatigue, stiffness, and inflammation that you might consider “normal.” In fact, these could be signs of subclinical disease.

Before you become diabetic or even pre-diabetic, you typically experience insulin resistance. A homa-IR can help detect this problem.

Subclinical hypothyroidism may be able to be detected by a hair analysis lab test. This will give you your selenium, zinc, and iodine status.

There are many other ways you can begin to detect subclinical issues before they become clinical, including CAC scans, advanced lipid testing, antibody tests, and other exams and blood tests.

The best way to help avoid subclinical and clinical issues is to start with healthy lifestyle choices. I believe keto and intermittent fasting are the best ways to get your diet under control. Check out my other videos to learn more about these.

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Thanks for watching. I hope this helped increase your awareness of what a subclinical vs. clinical disease is, and how you can start addressing these problems. See you in the next video.

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