Well, we're officially in to the month of Christmas. How is 2018 already coming to an end?!

From 15th-24th December, I am hosting a Health and Wellbeing Reflection Challenge, to reflect on the last year. Feel free to join me! It costs nothing to take part and aims to promote positive thinking.

I revamped my 'Gift Ideas for Hypothyroid Patients' list, which you may want to share with friends or family, or if you're buying for a thyroid patient in your life, use it for some inspiration.

If you haven't already, it's a good idea to have a thyroid panel retesting at this time of year, as some of us require a dosage adjustment when external temperatures change. To ensure you get to enjoy the holiday season as much as possible, check in with your doctor and make sure your thyroid treatment is optimised.

You can also check out what else you can do to support your thyroid health this winter.

Thyroid love x

Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism

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