The Advanced Thyroid Series
Circadian T3 Method & Pituitary Dysfunction with Paul Robinson
Paul is a thyroid patient who became ill with hypothyroidism in his late 20s. At first, Paul, was put on the most common thyroid treatment – Levothyroxine (also known as Synthroid or T4). However, the majority of his symptoms remained, much like they do for many on T4-therapy. Over time he became even more ill, with both low cortisol and low thyroid symptoms. His scientific background enabled him to fight through the morass of misinformation and recover his health. He has accumulated a wealth of knowledge on thyroid and adrenal dysfunction. He was eventually able to recover using T3-only replacement therapy. He has written 3 books: The Thyroid Patient’s Manual, Recovering with T3 and The CT3M Handbook.
In this episode:
- Paul’s own story of recovering from Hashimotos.
- The ripple effect of having hypothyroidism to not just your own health but also to the people around you.
- The downfall of our own medical system and taking matters into your own hands.
- T3 versus T4
- Why some people need T3 only
- How your labs can look normal but you are still hypothyroid
- Reasons for Reverse T3
- The importance of paying attention to patients response to medication not just labs.
- The relationship between cortisol and thyroid within the cells
- How Paul developed the CT3 method
- How the Ct3 method works
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