THIS Book review HAS BEEN SPONSORED BY THE BOOK’S AUTHOR. ALTHOUGH AS ALWAYS, ALL THOUGHTS AND OPINIONS ARE MY OWN.
The book Seven Steps to Heal Your Thyroid: A proven plan to Increase Energy, Elevate Mood & Optimize Weight has been on my radar for quite a while. As someone that has hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s, and has recovered from the effects of these thanks to a holistic approach to my health, I appreciate books that guide others on how to do the same.
This book really is fully holistic.
Dr. Thacker believes in every patient being unique and that because of this, treatment really must be individualised too.
I may reference back to this book and what I’ve learnt from it throughout my blog posts.
There has been a reason why I waited several months before writing another general update blog to share how I was getting on with Armour Thyroid medication – you may have seen in my announcement blog post last week – I’m currently pregnant and expecting my first child.
These past few months have been filled with excitement, anxiety and finally: relief, now I reach a time I can comfortably share this news with you all. My husband and I are expecting our first baby next year!
This book review completes the set I’ve done of Fearne Cotton books, Happy, Calm and now Quiet, which promote better mental health and well-being.
I benefitted quite a bit from reading these books as it gave me more perspective when living with thyroid disease and anxiety specifically, as I learnt some mechanisms for feeling more fulfilled, calm and reassured.
The focus of Quiet is to look at the voices we speak to ourselves with, such as those that are negative, lead to low-self esteem and more, and silencing them so we feel more comfortable, confident and happy being ourselves.