Your “Low Thyroid Symptoms” Might Go Away When You Get Your Body Temperature to Normal (98.6).

Do you feel so bad that you know something’s wrong with your health? Do you feel that you need to fix it so you can live a normal life? Are you fed up with hearing:

  • “Your blood tests are normal.”
  • “It’s all in your head.”
  • “This is just thyroid disease, you’ll have to live with it.”

If blood tests are normal, then why do you feel overwhelmed? There’s nothing normal about problems with energy, stress, weight and mood. And the impact on fitness, family and career can be all too real.

We believe you. We know it may not be “all in your head.”  Your symptoms might be attributed to your low body temperature.  If they are, there’s a good chance that the information on this site will help you get your health and your life back. Welcome to WilsonsTemperatureSyndrome.com.

We have found that a low body temperature can cause life-promoting enzymes to tighten and malfunction – slowing metabolism and triggering a cascade of “low thyroid-like” symptoms. Blood tests come back normal, so treatment stalls out.

We’re here to get your treatment back on track. The medical protocol presented on this website is being used by hundreds doctors and has given thousands of low body temperature patients their lives back. The protocol is Wilson’s T3 Protocol (WT3).

Discovered by Denis Wilson, M.D., this breakthrough sustained-release T3 therapy may optimize body temperature, restore healthy enzyme function, and reverse your elusive low thyroid symptoms. In many cases, the symptoms do not return for many months, if at all, even after the treatment is stopped.


“I have seen some 500+ patients, all self-referred, for this condition in the last 8 years. Around 85 to 90% of the patients that I treat for Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome respond to the treatment, to some degree. Of those about 50 percent seem to recover fully with only one cycle of T3 therapy and are able to wean off and be done.”

- Stephen Leighton, MD, Winston-Salem, NC


Low thyroid symptoms don’t improve until temperatures improve.

Classically, Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome is:

  • a persistent but reversible slowing of the metabolism
  • often brought on by the stress of illness, injury, or emotional trauma.
  • often worsened in stages with subsequent stress.
  • characterized by a low body temperature and classic low-thyroid-like symptoms.
  • often corrected with a special thyroid treatment even though thyroid blood tests are often normal.

In addition, there are people who seem much more prone to developing Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome than others. Their symptoms tend to:

  • Come on earlier in life, so early that some patients may not even know what it feels like to be normal.
  • Worsen more gradually over time.

About 80% of Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome sufferers are women.


Low Body Temperature and Symptoms

It’s easy to see if your metabolism has slowed down and might be contributing to your health problems. You can simply check your body temperature.

In fact, low body temperature and low-thyroid-like symptoms are so closely related that it appears that the low body temperature is actually what causes the symptoms.

A low body temperature is a very reliable indicator of poor health that can often be corrected with restorative medical techniques.


How Can A Low Body Temperature Cause So Many Symptoms?

Virtually all of the chemical reactions that take place in our bodies are catalyzed by enzymes. Enzymes are proteins that are dependent upon their shape, or conformation, for their activity. When enzymes are too hot they are too loose, when they are too cold they are too tight, and in either extreme the enzymes are not the right shape and cannot function optimally. When the body temperature is too low, nearly all of the enzymes in the body function less effectively. This can cause a very wide variety of complaints.

It’s well known that high fevers (107 degrees F) can cause brain damage and even death, and that very low body temperatures (< 90 degrees F) can also be life-threatening.

And just like it can feel really bad (and reason enough to be excused from school or work), it can also feel really bad to have a body temperature that’s a degree, or two, or three BELOW normal. Of course low body temperatures can easily explain a classic set of symptoms. It is obvious that we are looking at a continuum, and in order to function optimally, the body must be at the optimal temperature.