In this final newsletter before Christmas and New Year, may I take this opportunity to wish you a warm festive season, whether you celebrate Christmas or have your own way to celebrate and reflect on the end of the year.

Until the 24th December, I am hosting a Health and Wellbeing Reflection Challenge, to reflect on the last year and your mental and physical health. Feel free to join me - it costs nothing to take part and aims to promote positive thinking. It's a great way to end the year on a positive note.

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.

I have also written an article for The Mighty covering my 'tips' for having a great Christmas and New Year with hypothyroidism and Hashimoto's. Let me know if you would add any that work for yourself.

I'll see you in 2019 - thank you for being with me in 2018 and helping to make it the best year for thyroid advocacy and awareness yet.

Thyroid love x

Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism


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Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism