As mentioned previously, asthma may be due to changes in histamine physiology. Regardless of the mechanism, asthma has been seen to follow the pattern of presentation of Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome symptoms and frequently responds well to proper liothyronine treatment. Many patients that I have seen who have been less than adequately controlled on even several asthma medicines at a time, have been able to wean off their asthma medicine, while enjoying resolution of their asthma symptoms with normalization of their body temperature patterns If the asthma symptoms, come on later in life (as opposed to childhood asthma) especially after a major physical, mental, or emotional stress, together with other classic symptoms of Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome and low body temperature patterns, then it is quite possible that the patient’s asthma will respond to proper T3 therapy.