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The Thyroid Patient's Manual: From Hypothyroidism to Good Health (3) Paperback – 31 May 2018
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- Publisher : Elephant in the Room Books (31 May 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 200 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0957099339
- ISBN-13 : 978-0957099333
- Dimensions : 18.9 x 1.07 x 24.61 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 72,141 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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This book is a more general and step-by-step approach to discovering, diagnosing and treating thyroid problems. From all the books I devoured, it has the most useful information and approach. It's written in such a well-thought manner that even a person with brain fog can understand it. It educates you on your own health issues and which steps to take so you can talk in an informed way with your doctor. I am all for educating yourself so that you have the tools to address your doctor and take control over your own recovery. Having that essential knowledge is a priceless tool, and Paul gives it to you in this manual.
Hormones, in general, are a complex subject, but Paul has made it very easy. You can also use the book for a quick referral whenever you get stuck in your path to recovery.
Besides the relationship between thyroid hormonal imbalances and stress hormone imbalances —adrenals— Paul has also addressed sex hormones, especially for women in peri-menopause and after menopause. I believe this is often a missing link when women approach that age when they start peri- or menopause, which can affect hem as early as the age of 35-40. As is the case with all hormones, when one hormone goes out of balance, other hormones will be affected as well. So this chapter is an essential and important addition in my opinion.
If you think you have a thyroid and/or adrenal problem, this is the book to read.
He also shows how the majority of endocrinologists are lagging behind contemporary advances in thyroid research and how this rigid adherence to a failing paradigm is harming patients. Paul explains with great clarity why therapy with T3 is a need for those patients for whom conventional T4 only therapy does not work. He shows that T3 therapy is first of all supported by a body of respectable medical opinion and that it is totally logical to carry out such T3 therapy - either in conjunction with T4 or on its own.
A marvellous book well written, understandable, up to date and logical. I recommend this to patients and also to all General Practitioners and Endocrinologists.