The itching associated with Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome can be quite severe, annoying, and even maddening. It may be worse after a shower, associated with dry skin, worse in the evening or in the morning (when body temperatures are usually lower), and associated with the other patterns and characteristics of Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome. Sometimes the itchiness is so severe that it leads people to scratch enough to break the skin with their nails, thereby developing sores. The scratching can also prevent wounds from healing.