The Thyroid Sourcebook for Women
A woman's definitive guide to understanding and coping with thyroid disorders
Millions of women suffer from a thyroid condition; unfortunately, many of them may not know that the cause of their health problems is thyroid disease and so their symptoms often go undiagnosed. The most common thyroid disorders are autoimmune thyroid diseases, such as Hashimoto's disease and Graves' disease. And thyroid cancer is the fastest rising cancer among women. Now M. Sara Rosenthal, Ph.D., the most trusted voice on thyroid disorders, is helping women take charge of their health with a new, up-to-date edition of The Thyroid Sourcebook for Women.
This revised and updated second edition includes the latest research and corrects misinformation in other thyroid books. It addresses women's specific concerns about thyroid disease symptoms and treatment, including thyroid hormone therapy and how thyroid disease interacts with other women's health issues, such as pregnancy, menopause, emotional health, diet and weight gain, and other autoimmune disorders.
It answers your most urgent questions, including:
- Are my panic attacks actually a symptom of too much thyroid hormone?
- Is my fatigue related to hypothyroidism?
- Is hormone replacement therapy an option for me?
The ultimate resource for any woman with a thyroid condition, The Thyroid Sourcebook for Women will help you make informed decision about your health in language you can understand.
304 pages; ISBN 9780071460644
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Title: The Thyroid Sourcebook for Women
Author: M. Sara Rosenthal