Have you ever thought to yourself, "I think I might have a thyroid problem. I'm tired all the time, no matter how much I exercise, I can't seem to lose weight, my hair's falling out, and overall I just feel blah." If so, it is essential that you explore the very real possibility that indeed, you do have hypothyroidism.
In Hypothyroidism, Health & Happiness, Dr. Steven Hotze reveals how commonly hypothyroidism is overlooked, misdiagnosed, and mistreated in women and men, and gives you just the information you need to prepare yourself to obtain help. Too often, individuals with all the signs of low thyroid are prevented from accessing the simple, inexpensive and effective treatment for hypothyroidism. Instead, they are told their blood work is "normal." Find out why they owe it to themselves to believe what their bodies are telling them, rather than the results of their blood tests.
Dr. Hotze has been on a mission to get this message into the hands of women and men, particularly those in midlife, for more than 20 years. The answers you will find in this audiobook about the signs, symptoms and treatment of low thyroid conditions are no longer a part of the conventional medical approach to hypothyroidism.
Inside, you will learn:
Dr. Hotze has a saying, "If you are sick and tired of being sick and tired, then you owe it to yourself to take charge of your health and get your life back." By arming yourself with the information in this audiobook you can take the first step towards restoring your health, transforming your life and improving your world.
©2013 Dr. Steven Hotze (P)2013 Dr. Steven Hotze
From the audio sample, this book sounded promising, so I purchased it. However, by the time you get through the first few chapters, you hear the same general statements repeated over and over and over again. No groundbreaking information here either -- I didn't learn anything new. Just a big waste of time. The bad guys (conventional medicine) vs. the good guys (this doctor's clinic). Very disappointing. I tried to return it but it's "not eligible for return". Thanks, Audible...
Yes. In fact, this seems a common problem with a lot of audio books in this genre.
Bloated content -- endless repeating of the same general statements. We got it the first 30 times!
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