With Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome there is a very good physiological reason for feelings of being overwhelmed and of not having the levels of resources, energy, or enjoyment of life that many of us take for granted. Many times these patients turn to caffeine consumption for energy and an increased feeling of well-being. They will often pick up cigarettes as a habit because the nicotine seems to provide them with just a little more energy. Chocolate is a commonly used substance especially prior to the menstrual cycle. These patients also sometimes turn to alcohol and drug use. Inappropriate weight gain is common after one quits smoking, as many smokers are well aware. Many times patients will return to cigarette smoking, even after having successfully quit the habit, because of their weight gain. With proper thyroid treatment, some Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome sufferers have noticed being less susceptible to substance abuse such as smoking, caffeine, chocolate and alcohol.