Hypothyroidism is one of the commonest yet the worst treated condition in Western medicine. Why? Because today's doctor only trea...
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Hypothyroidism is one of the commonest yet the worst treated condition in Western medicine. Why? Because today's doctor only treats blood tests, not patients, even though patients may have all the classic signs and symptoms - tired, cold, thinning hair, low mood, high cholesterol. Dr Myhill, supported by Craig Robinson, shows us what those signs and symptoms are, all stemming from the metabolism running slow, and what the problems with diagnostic blood tests are that mean they cannot be relied on in isolation. Advocating lifestyle measures, iodine and natural glandulars (NGs), where found to be necessary, the authors also show us the consequences of untreated hypothyroidism at every stage of life and why it is so important to take remedying the problem safely into your own hands if your doctor can't give you the support you need.
Dr Sarah Myhill qualified in medicine (with Honours) from Middlesex Hospital Medical School in 1981 and has since focused tirelessly on identifying and treating the underlying causes of health problems, especially the 'diseases of civilisation' with which we are beset in the West. She has worked in NHS and private practice and for 17 years was the Hon Secretary of the British Society for Ecological Medicine, which focuses on the causes of disease and treating through diet, supplements and avoiding toxic stress. She helps to run and lectures at the Society's training courses and also lectures regularly on organophosphate poisoning, the problems of silicone, and chronic fatigue syndrome. Visit her website at www.drmyhill.co.uk