Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome can sometimes lead to feelings of anxiety and even panic attacks. Some patients present to my office being treated with tranquilizers and antianxiety medications. These medicines are often extremely helpful to control the symptoms, but do not treat the problem, when the problem is impaired T4 to T3 conversion with resulting low body temperature patterns. One such patient had developed anxious feelings and quite severe panic attacks that would greatly hinder her normal daily functioning. Her symptoms, characteristically, came on together with a group of other related symptoms after a major physical and emotional stress. She had been plagued with these attacks for years and within two weeks of proper thyroid hormone therapy, her panic attacks resolved completely to her astonishment and delight.