Issue # 149 November 4, 2013
Welcome to KnowYourThyroid.
I hope everyone is doing great.
Today, Tom Brimeyer is asking you a question?  Is it really possible to regain your thyroid health?
Do you believe this is impossible‚Äč?
I love the reactions I get from clients sometimes.
After listening to their story and reviewing their health history, oftentimes they begin to show certain hypothyroid patterns.
For example, they might tell me things that suggest that particular stress hormones are elevated. This almost always leads to sleep issues and specific night waking patterns and symptoms.
I’ll tell you more about this later.
But telling a client what their sleep habits are without them even mentioning having sleep problems tends to get some interesting reactions.
Trust me, I understand a lot more about you than you might think.
But I love helping people connect the dots.
Making sense of hypothyroidism and actually understanding why you feel the way you do makes overcoming it so much easier.
Your mind plays a critical role in what you can accomplish and what you can’t…
If you believe that something is impossible…
It will be impossible.
But once you believe that you can accomplish something…
You will accomplish it.
Take for example the story of Roger Bannister.
In 1944 a new world record for running the mile was set at 4 minutes and 1 second.
Around this time, the experts began calling this pursuit of running a mile in under four minutes dangerous.
Not only dangerous, but impossible.
They believed that the human body was not capable of accomplishing this goal.
For the next nine years, this record stood unbeaten only reinforcing the idea of how impossible it was.
Then came Roger Bannister, who made it his mission to prove them wrong.
In 1954 Roger Bannister broke the world record with a time of 3 minutes and 59.4 seconds.
Once he accomplished the impossible, and everyone’s beliefs changed, his record didn’t last long.
From that moment on, athletes from all over the world began breaking this once seemingly impossible goal of the 4 minute mile that had eluded them for more than 100 years.
Just 46 days later, his record was beaten.
The seemingly impossible became possible…
That’s what I do for my clients and that what I want to do for you… Make overcoming hypothyroidism and taking control of your life not only possible, but your reality.
Here’s how to do it:
Talk soon,
Tom Brimeyer