*An Easy Step-By-Step Guide for Fixing the Root Cause of Hashimotos Thyroiditis ***
+ New Hashimotos Diet Plans for a Productive Life
This book looks at the signs, symptoms, causes and treatment of thyroid disease. We will focus on adults, but mention some of the issues facing children. Many thyroid problems run in families. So if you have a close relative with thyroid disease, try to be especially alert for symptoms in yourself and get these checked by your doctor. Likewise, if you or a close relative have a thyroid disease, you might want to ask a doctor to test your children. Although thyroid diseases are common, ailments affecting this critical gland at- tract far less attention than, for example, breast cancer, heart disease or arthritis. As a result, there are numerous controversies in the management of thyroid disease, including who to treat, when and how. And I hope the book will inspire questions. Your nurse, doctor and pharmacist can help guide you through this minefield and answer any queries. You can also talk to patient groups: you can find their contact details in `Useful addresses'. As thyroid hormones control how hard every organ and tissue in your body works, you will need to take a holistic approach. Thyroid disease's effects often vary markedly from person to person (one reason why diagnosis can prove so tricky), as well as over time. We will consider the benefits, risks and roles of conventional treatments. We will look at foods that can help your thyroid and at lifestyle and complementary treatments to help you cope with, for example, stress and fatigue. By combining conventional treatments, lifestyle changes and complementary medicines, most people with thyroid disease can live relatively normal, full and fulfilled lives.
To the wise
This book does not replace advice from your doctor, nurse or pharmacist, who will offer suggestions, support and treatment tailored to your circumstances. Always see a doctor or nurse if you feel unwell, think that your thyroid disease is getting worse or you worry that you have symptoms that could arise from thyroid disease. While I have included numerous references from medical and scientific studies, it has been impossible to cite all those I referred to while writing the book.