Since the last newsletter, I'm glad to say that my mental health is somewhat on the up. Last week was particularly hard but I'm feeling brighter now. Having low Free T4 levels once more really seems to have messed with my mood but I'm waiting for the increase in my thyroid meds to correct that and hopefully feel the difference.

I've gone for the chop and had a lot of hair cut off (finally!) which was well overdue and I feel much better for it. What do you think?

Adam and I spent our long Easter weekend book writing for You, Me and Hypothyroidism in the garden and enjoying the unusually warm weather for the UK. We're still aiming for an August 1st release date, and will be needing people to read an advanced, free copy soon to provide feedback. As this book is for the loved ones of thyroid patients, please ask any of your friends or family that would be interested in giving it a read, to drop me an email.

If you've read my first book 'Be Your Own Thyroid Advocate', please consider leaving a review on Amazon and Goodreads, as it really helps self-published authors, especially those writing in a niche such as thyroid disease. It lets other thyroid patients know if you found it useful.

I really hope you're all keeping well and if not - reach out to the wonderful thyroid community. We're on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and more.

Thyroid love x

Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism


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