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The Thyroid Guide to Hair Loss By Mary Shomon
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Millions of Americans are suffering from hair loss due to undiagnosed thyroid disease. And thyroid patients with continuing hair loss problems need practical solutions to resolve their hair issues.... More > This 100-page Guide, from the nation's leading thyroid patient advocate and best-selling author Mary Shomon, helps hair loss sufferers understand the problem, get proper thyroid diagnosis and treatment, and slow, stop or even reverse thyroid-related hair loss.< Less
The Thyroid Guide to Hair Loss By Mary Shomon
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Millions of Americans are suffering from hair loss due to undiagnosed thyroid disease. And thyroid patients with continuing hair loss problems need practical solutions to resolve their hair... More > issues. This 100-page Guide, from the nation's leading thyroid patient advocate and best-selling author Mary Shomon, helps hair loss sufferers understand the triggers and causes, get proper hormonal and thyroid diagnosis and treatment, and slow, stop or even reverse hormone- and thyroid-related hair loss.< Less
Neuropathy and Myopathy in Treated Thyroid Disease By James Lowrance
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Thyroid disease patients can experience a number of different complications as a result of their hypothyroid (underactive thyroid) or hyperthyroid (overactive thyroid) conditions. Two of these... More > complications are nerve pain and dysfunction, referred to as “peripheral neuropathy” and muscle weakness with possible atrophy (shrinkage of muscles), referred to as “thyroid myopathy”. In some cases, these two problems that are co-morbid to thyroid disorders can coexist, so that they are occurring at the same time and this may be referred to as “neuromuscular disease”. Within the chapters of this book, that follow, I hope to present to the reader, a general understanding of these often debilitating and potentially very serious manifestations of thyroid disease, affecting the nerves and muscles of the body, including the treatments available for them.< Less
How to Make a Thyroid Hormone Breakthrough By Mary Shomon
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Millions of women suffer from hormonal problems, including early or late puberty, PMS and period problems, infertility, difficult pregnancies, low sex drive, miscarriage, perimenopause and menopausal... More > symptoms, and more. What many women -- and practitioners -- don't realize, however, is that thyroid problems may be at the root of these hormonal complaints. Best-selling author and patient advocate Mary Shomon helps you decide whether you need to make a Thyroid Hormone Breakthrough. Find out whether identifying, diagnosing and resolving your thyroid conditions might be the solution to your hormonal problems.< Less
Is Your Thyroid Making You Fat? By Mary Shomon
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Your thyroid is your master gland of metabolism. So when it's slows down -- as is the case for as many as 50 million Americans -- you may find that losing weight becomes a losing proposition. A... More > thyroid problem can sabotage even your best effort at weight loss! Unfortunately, the vast majority of Americans with a thyroid condition don't even know it -- and their doctors don't suspect either. And those who are diagnosed often don't get proper treatment. In this valuable book, thyroid patient advocate Mary J. Shomon, author of the New York Times best-selling book "The Thyroid Diet," and popular guide of the thyroid.about.com and www.thyroid-info.com websites, shares a five-point program that will help you find out if you have a thyroid condition, and what steps will help you get back on track. This FREE e-book features a detailed "Risks and Symptoms Checklist" you can take to your doctor to help you get diagnosed and treated. Download it now, and you're on your way to a healthier, slimmer you!< Less
DIARY OF A HYPOTHYROIDISM PATIENT By Lynette Hill
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Millions of people suffer from hypothyroidism disorders daily in life. This book is based on a true story.
Thyroid Newsletter -- November/December 2005 By Mary Shomon
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Sticking Out Our Necks: The Thyroid Disease Newsletter (November/December 2005 Issue) -- This issue includes the following articles and news stories: The Twelve Ways of Winter: How to Winterize You... More > and Your Thyroid | Seasonal Affective Disorder: Promise for Winter Depression | Flu Is a Serious Health Threat | Should Thyroid Patients Get a Flu Shot? | Exercise Is the Best Protection Against Catching a Cold | Are Over-the-Counter Cold Medicines Safe for Thyroid Patients? | My TSH Test Test Results Are Normal, But I Still Have Symptoms | Medicine Cabinet Makeovers A Must | Help for Chronic Headaches and Migraines | Study Finds Thyroid Drug Cuts Colon Cancer Risk by 50% | CLA — Fatty Acid Found in Milk — May Help Control Inflammatory Diseases | Put on a Happy Face — for a Longer Life | How to Get Help Paying For Your Medicines! | HOLIDAY SPECIAL! Enjoying The Holidays Without Overindulging, Merry Myth Busters: A Guide To Holiday Eating, Avoiding Holiday Weight Gain< Less
Eighty-Seven Thyroid Disease Questions Answered! By James Lowrance
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In this e-book containing over 30,000 words, Thyroid Patient Advocate and veteran health writer – Jim Lowrance, answers all of the important questions thyroid patients have in regard to their... More > hypothyroid or hyperthyroid disorders. This resource gives great opportunity for patients or anyone interested in thyroid subjects to increase their knowledge, while at the same time, reading general but informative answers that are given from a patient’s perspective. With 87 questions answered, this averages less than 350 words per answer-given. The reader is not weighed-down with each answer but is given a concise, thoughtful answer, so that they can move on to the next Q & A. (NOTE: Definitive diagnoses must come through a licensed medical professional and this e-book is not intended as a substitute for answers or treatments supplied by a qualified physician.)< Less
Thyroid Newsletter -- November/December 2006 By Mary Shomon
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Sticking Out Our Necks: The Thyroid Disease Newsletter (November/December 2006) -- This issue includes the following articles and feature stories: * Subclinical Hypothyroidism and Insulin... More > Resistance, Pre-Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome * There’s Still Time To Protect Yourself Against The Flu * Household Items May Pose Danger During Pregnancy * Should All Pregnant Women Have Thyroid Testing in Early Pregnancy? * Rheumatic Diseases in Patients with Autoimmune Thyroid Disease * Drug Company Assistance for Patients In Need * Subclinical Hypothyroidism Treatment and Body Weight * Thyroid Eye Disease and Radioactive Iodine * Radioactive Iodine Therapy for Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis with Goiter * Pulverized Thyroid Medication: Could It Help Resolve Symptoms and Fluctuating TSH? * Low Impact Aerobic Exercise Reduces Fatigue in Autoimmune Conditions * 10 Tips to Maintain Your Weight Over the Holidays< Less
Medically and Spiritually Treating Chronic Thyroid Disease Anxiety By James Lowrance
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Subtitle: "Treatment Experiences and Informed Medical Advice from a Christian Perspective" While it might seem unusual to see a book title on the subject of offering Christian... More > encouragement to thyroid patients, it really shouldn’t be considered unusual at all. Statistics by reputable polling organizations have shown that 75% of the U.S. population claims to be of the Christian faith and some medical estimates have revealed that over 30-million Americans are experiencing thyroid diseases. Over the past few years, I have corresponded with other patients, who also expressed their Christian faith to me and I have derived much of the information within the chapters of this book, from my responses to their questions and their requests for advice regarding emotional symptoms.< Less