Re WDDTY vol 14 no 8 (p 10), women with PMS [premenstrual syndrome] may suffer not only from low thyroid function, but often from a hyperactive thyroid. One 40-year-old woman with PMS admitted that she nearly killed her little girl before a period,
One of the greatest and most far-reaching scandals of modern medicine has to do with the appalling ignorance of doctors about the workings of the thyroid gland.
Are you sensitive to cold, and do you feel depressed and lethargic? Do you also have headaches, and perhaps menstrual problems and recurrent infections? You could have an underfunctioning or underactive thyroid. Known as ‘hypothyroidism’, its...
Hypothyroidism: common symptoms
* Weakness; fatigue; cold intolerance; constipation; weight change; depression; menorrhagia; hoarseness
* Dry, cold, yellow, puffy skin; scanty eyebrows;
At least two highly toxic substances are known to severely impair normal thyroid functioning - one is fluoride, the other is mercury. These facts are consistently ignored by orthodox medicine.
I would like to tell you that I admire the work of WDDTY enormously. With regard to the article by Doris Jones (‘The scandal of thyroid care’) and the suspension of Dr Barry Durrant-Peatfield (WDDTY, vol 12 no 5), it may interest your readers to...
It can also affect the heart An underactive thyroid can lead to heart problems over time. In fact, hypothyroidism can be damaging even at subclinical levels - when it is either undetected or thought to be too insignificant to treat.