Who are most likely to be able to remain normal after the WT3 protocol has been discontinued? Those who have more sturdy metabolisms, and who enter the conservation mode less easily. Those who enter into the conservation mode more easily, earlier in life, and with less provocation (especially common in certain nationalities) generally have a more difficult time maintaining more normal body temperature patterns after therapy has been discontinued. And they may relapse more easily when they are able to maintain normal temperature patterns for a time. The closer a person is able to return to a normal or ideal level of functioning and physical condition, the more likely they are to be able to maintain naturally body temperature patterns. “The further in bed you are the harder it is to fall out.” And, of course, those who are under conditions of stress and/or starvation might more easily relapse and have more difficulty maintaining body temperature patterns naturally.