The Invisible Hypothyroidism

Patient Leader

From Struggling Thyroid Patient To Thriving Thyroid Patient Advocate, Author, Speaker and Blogger Rachel Hill AKA The Invisible Hypothyroidism is a highly ranked and award-winning thyroid patient advocate, writer, blogger, speaker and author. Appearing on podcasts, in interviews and writing for many well known websites, she has worked with The National Academy of Hypothyroidism, The BBC, The Mighty, Yahoo and MSN, to name just a few. She began her thyroid advocacy journey in 2015 following the diagnosis of autoimmune thyroid disease after many years of frustration and missed opportunities. She is well-recognised as a valuable contributor to the thyroid community, having published her first book, Be Your Own Thyroid Advocate, an Amazon Top 10 Bestseller and #1 New Release in 2018 and second book, You, Me and Hypothyroidism, in 2019. She has also co-authored two books, produces a regular newsletter, runs an online support forum of over 50,000 thyroid patients and is creating online courses for thyroid patients, in order to empower more people to understand their thyroid health. She is constantly working with others who advocate in the thyroid disease community, to change and improve the lives of thyroid patients across the world, as well as spread awareness of thyroid conditions.

Location

Nottingham, ENG

I have been advocating for thyroid patients for over two and a half years now, working tirelessly to make change and encourage others to become their own advocate too. I have built a FB page of over 12,000 followers but even better, a Facebook group of over 30,000+. The Thyroid Family https://www.facebook.com/groups/449586315231741/

Rachel i individual who shows true courage and strength through times of hardship. An adovocate for a condition (conditions) which isn’t talked about enough. As well as managing her own health, she always replies to support the health of her followers too. Her topics are current and relatable and show you that there is life beyond thyroid disease.  — Rachel-Ann

Puts together the best information Ive seen online from all thyroid blogs and websites, as its much easier to understand. She cuts a lot of the jargon while still giving us the very important information that we need to get better. Her blogs vary widely too, which is what makes reading every new blog so exciting and fulfilling. She's an inspiration

The Invisible Hypothyroidism

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