The debilitating symptoms include fatigue, depression, headaches, migraines, PMS, anxiety panic attacks, irritability, hair loss, decreased motivation and ambition, inappropriate weight gain, decreased memory and concentration, insomnia, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, decreased healing after surgery, dry skin, dry hair, fluid retention, itching, acne, bruising, heat and cold intolerance, asthma, and others. Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome can cause all these things, and be easily recognized and treated.
What if Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome (WS) is so common that each of us know someone who is greatly affected by it personally, or impacted by it through others (spouses, bosses, coworkers, employees, friends, parents, children, etc.). Let’s suppose that Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome is not the only cause of migraine headaches, but let’s suppose for a minute that it is the most common cause (which it is). This also holds true for persistent fatigue, inappropriate depression, PreMenstrual Syndrome, decreased memory and concentration, decreased motivation and ambition, mood swings, insomnia, and many of the symptoms that have been listed.
It would be confounding if an underlying factor leading to most cases of migraines, fatigue, premenstrual syndrome and depression were identified and turned out to be easily treated. But what if the underlying factor and the easy treatments uncovered turned out to be the same for all these symptoms? How do you think most people would react to being told such a story? What do you think would be most people’s first impulse upon hearing of even the speculation or suggestion of such a condition?