Hello Thyroid Family,

I have been busy working away on writing new blog posts for theinvisiblehypothyroidism.com as well as updating existing ones and focusing on some admin tasks. I can't wait for all the blogs posts I've scheduled to be released so you can read them! If you ever have suggestions for topics, please feel free to let me know.

I have been reading some more thyroid books recently so that I can get some new book reviews on my website. I've just read Tears Behind Closed Doors, which is about the tragedy behind the failure of a thyroid diagnosis in many people who are needlessly suffering. I am currently reading The Thyroid Hormone Breakthrough by Mary Shomon so be sure to keep an eye out for my book reviews in the future. I know many of you find it useful when looking at books to buy yourself, too.

A post I made on Instagram received a surprisingly large reaction this week. I spoke about waking up with sore feet in the morning and how this has been a result of my thyroid condition, and so many of you also chimed in that you've experienced it too. This is a prime example of why I think it's so important to share our experiences - we have a lot to learn from one another.

Last week, on the 10th October, it was World Mental Health Day. I wrote a blog post about the importance of thyroid patients understanding the link between thyroid health and mental health, so I've included that below.

Thyroid love x

Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism


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Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism