As well as thyroid hormones, many other hormones are also part of the endocrine system, which all work in a delicate balance with one another. They regulate body temperature, metabolism, energy and reproduction and many thyroid patients are learning that they actually have more at play than just thyroid issues. They also have something called Oestrogen Dominance.
It’s been almost three months since my last general update but it feels like just a month in my time. It’s been a very up and down time indeed.
So, I haven’t been all that well recently. Continue reading “Series: My AF. Entry 11: An Update on My Adrenal Fatigue, Thyroid and Sex Hormones”
A question I’ve seen asked more times than I can remember, is ‘Does anyone else feel like they can’t handle their drink as well as they used to?’
So I’m going to look at the connection between alcohol and the thyroid gland!
It’s now been four and a half months since I decided to go gluten free again and my skin is only improving. Continue reading “Series: My Acne. Entry 5: A New Year Update on My Acne and Sex Hormone Imbalance”
Dr. Sara Gottfried’s The Hormone Cure looks at her hormone-balancing programme for issues such as sex hormone imbalance, adrenal fatigue and thyroid issues. With a handy questionnaire to help you determine whether you have one or even several of these hormonal issues, this book is easy to digest and down to Earth.
Losing your hair can be very upsetting. It’s not just vanity, but it also contributes to your identity. I’m going to cover the many possible causes and treatments for hair loss. Continue reading “Hair Loss and Hypothyroidism”
I’m now two and a half months in to being gluten free (again!) and after a few requests, thought I’d do an update on how I’m doing. Continue reading “Series: My Acne. Entry 4: An Update on: Gluten, Acne, Sex Hormones and My Thyroid and Adrenals”
On thyroid medication and still feel rubbish? Wondering if there’s anything else you should try/investigate to see if it would help how you feel?
Here’s some ideas: Continue reading “Hypothyroid Patient Checklist”
So I went gluten free on 12th September, meaning it’s been a month now, and I’m already seeing some positive changes. Continue reading “Series: My Acne. Entry 3: One Month into Going Gluten Free (Again!)”