Recovering With T3

How the T3 thyroid hormone may be used effectively, safely and systematically in the treatment of hypothyroidism.

The Thyroid Patients Manual

A practical, easy-to-read book. It will help thyroid patients understand and recover from hypothyroidism as fast as possible.

The CT3M Handbook

Explaining the Circadian T3 Method for improving cortisol levels using thyroid medications that contain T3.

The ‘Recovering from Hypothyroidism series’ is a set of thyroid books written by thyroid patient advocate Paul Robinson. The books are written to help thyroid patients understand and recover from hypothyroidism as quickly as possible.

Do you think that you might have a thyroid problem?

Are you already on thyroid medication but feel that it is not resolving your symptoms? Have you been taking L-thyroxine (T4) for a long time, yet still don't feel as you did before thyroid problems? Have you been told that your thyroid blood tests are normal and that your thyroid hormones are no longer a problem? You may have been told that you are going to have to accept the remaining symptoms or problems. You may even have been told that your symptoms now are being caused by something other than thyroid hormones.

There are solutions. Paul Robinson's three books on hypothyroidism form a complete, practical set, that will help thyroid patients understand and recover from hypothyroidism. Here's how they fit together...

Recovering with T3

Still the best book for understanding, and using T3 treatment safely and effectively. Recovering with T3 contains a detailed protocol for using T3-Only to recover from hypothyroidism when other treatments have failed.

The Thyroid Patient’s Manual

A very practical book that will help thyroid patients from the point of learning about thyroid problems, through diagnosis, and then treatment with all types of thyroid medication and with recent thyroid research studies.

The CT3M Handbook

A companion book to Recovering with T3. It has more in-depth information on the Circadian T3 Method (CT3M) part of the protocol in Recovering with T3. CT3M can help many patients improve their cortisol levels.

Together, the books form the 'Recovering from Hypothyroidism series'.

There is no need to be condemned to permanent ill health - there are solutions and quick recovery is possible. All the books are available from Internet booksellers.

Previews of selected pages, including the list of chapters, are also available to be viewed on all Amazon sites using 'Look Inside'.

Paul Robinson

About Paul Robinson

Paul Robinson is a British author and thyroid patient advocate (not a medical practitioner). Paul became ill with hypothyroidism in his late twenties and was eventually able to recover using T3 medication. Over the next thirty-plus years, he accumulated a wealth of knowledge on thyroid and adrenal dysfunction and then wrote about this in his three books. The books now form the 'Recovering from Hypothyroidism series’ and are available from Amazon and other Internet booksellers. The books provide thyroid patients with the knowledge to recover from hypothyroidism as fast as possible. Any information you gain from Paul's books or this website should be discussed with your own doctor.

Reasons to invest in the 'Recovering from Hypothyroidism series'.

  • Paul Robinson is a thyroid patient advocate (not a medical practitioner).
  • He has been helping thyroid patients to recover from hypothyroidism for many years.
  • Paul has put all his knowledge and experience into the 'Recovering from Hypothyroidism series'.
  • Together, the hypothyroidism books cover how to assess your thyroid hormones, and how to use all the main types of thyroid medications (T4, T4/T3, NDT, and T3-Only), as well as how to troubleshoot the issues that you might have to deal with along the way.
  • He has developed a safe and effective protocol for using the T3 (Liothyronine) thyroid medication.
  • Paul invented the ground-breaking Circadian T3 Method (CT3M) for raising low cortisol.
  • The 'Recovering from Hypothyroidism series' gives thyroid patients the information that they need in order to recover from hypothyroidism as fast as possible.
  • Any information you gain from Paul's books, website or other work should be discussed with your own physician.

Contacting Us

Paul Robinson is known for his writings on the use of T3-Only. However, his work also helps thyroid patients who are on all types of thyroid treatment (T4, NDT, T4/T3 as well as T3-Only). In particular, 'The Thyroid Patient's Manual' book covers the use of all the main thyroid hormones. Any information you gain from Paul's books, website or other work should be discussed with your own physician.

Paul Robinson still does a few online 1-1 Coaching sessions for thyroid patients who need extra help.

Please use the contact button below if you wish to message Paul, inquire about 1-1 Coaching with Paul, or provide feedback on the website.

Paul's Blog

Not only has Paul produced the ‘Recovering from Hypothyroidism series’, but his blog posts also provide a wealth of information and insights for thyroid patients.

Paul's Latest Article

Autoimmune Protocols (AIPs) for Lowering Autoantibodies – May Not Be Right for Every Thyroid Patient

These days, there is a lot of focus on diet and supplements as a solution to autoimmune thyroid problems. The basic idea behind these approaches ...

Janet’s Story

Recovering from Severe Hypothyroidism Symptoms and Low Cortisol Using T3 (Liothyronine) Like many people I have been on a long journey trying to get my health back on track. When I was finally able to get a diagnosis of Hashimoto's I was put on Diotroxin (synthetic T4 and a little ...

Vicki’s Story

Here is My Short Successful Journey on CT3M My CT3M journey. I was waking with a high heart rate and generally feeling awful. After taking a saliva cortisol test it turns out my morning levels were low. September 30th: Morning 7.8 (3.7-9.5) Noon 1.4 (1.2-3.0) Evening 1.2 (0.6-1.9) Night 0.5 ...

Jean’s Story

I Used T3 (Liothyronine) and The Circadian T3 Method (CT3M) to Get Well and Control My Health I am a 50 year old woman and I was placed on Synthroid (T4) for hypothyroidism at age 36 because I was having difficulty conceiving. I had suspected I was hypothyroid since I ...

Anna’s Story

T3 Thyroid Treatment and The Circadian T3 Method  Has Fixed My Hypothyroidism and High rT3 After 9 years of antidepressant treatment for a depression and anxiety that would not go away, I was finally diagnosed by a thyroid specialist with hypothyroidism and adrenal fatigue. My four sample adrenal saliva test ...

Alysse’s Story

Switching to NDT has Literally Changed and Possibly Saved  My Life I am a 46 year old woman, diagnosed with Hashi's at age 15.   Like many thyroid patients, I was simply put on Synthroid and told to have my TSH tested every 6 months.   I never felt well on Synthroid.  When I ...

Jenny F’s Story

Some Thyroid Patients Need T4 in Combination with T3 in Order to Get Well I was born hypothyroid, the condition having been confirmed around the age of 18 months (in 1952). From that time until I was in my late 20's or 30's I was treated with natural desiccated thyroid ...

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