Thyroid health is an increasingly common concern. This updated edition (formerly titled ‘Thyroid Problems’) is a clear and practical guide to symptoms, treatment options and self-help measures for those who have, or think they may have a thyroid related problem.
• It’s estimated that 1 in 10 women have a thyroid imbalance**, but as symptoms are diverse the problem is often unresolved. This book shows how to identify a thyroid problem, relieve symptoms, and obtain treatment.
The symptoms of a thyroid imbalance include Chronic Fatigue, Weight Gain, Mood Swings, as well as dried out skin and hair, changes in libido and menstrual problems.
This new edition has been fully re-structured and includes a large amount of new material to reflect the needs of today’s readers.
Contains detailed information about natural health and complementary treatments to help relieve symptoms.
Gives the low-down on thyroid hormone tests and other orthodox medical procedures that may be offered.
Is an informative yet simple book that provides a ‘patients-eye’ view of thyroid imbalance so readers can better understand their doctors.
Discusses the links between sub-clinical thyroid problems (the most common sort – that cause longterm problems but are hard to pin down) and other conditions such as depression, obesity.
About the author
Patsy Westcott is a medical and health journalist with a special interest in womens health.
- Endorsements:‘A well-researched, comprehensive and holistic review of all aspects of thyroid disease.’ Dr mark Vanderpump, Secretary, British Thyroid Association.‘This book explains every aspect of thyroid disease in a very clear and easy-to-read way, which is exactly what is needed for people suffering from thyroid disease.’ Lyn Mynott, Chair, Thyroid UK‘Informative and easy to read’ Brenda Johnstone, Thyroid Eye Disease