Non-Medical Treatment of Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome
If left untreated, Wilson’s Thryoid Syndrome can:
- Sometimes correct itself over a period of months to years
- Often persist and worsen in stages over a period of decades
If left untreated, Wilson’s Thryoid Syndrome can:
The symptoms of Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome are classic symptoms of slow metabolism as in hypothyroidism. A patient doesn’t have to have all the symptoms to respond well to T3 therapy. In fact, they may only have one. Low body temperatures can affect people differently, and can be the cause of many different symptoms, as shown in the chart below. (Physicians can learn more about treating Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome HERE)
(You can click here for a more complete, printable checklist you can use to track your progress before, during, and after treatment. You may need to
Many doctors are not aware that low body temperatures can cause severe problems or that they can be corrected. Therefore, they rarely check patients for low temperatures. In fact, the body temperature is probably the most important reading doctors rarely check!
Absolutely, a low body temperature is more than enough to explain many debilitating symptoms such as:
You probably know, or can easily imagine, that people often lose excessive amounts of hair within months of severe illness, accident, or major surgery. This is one of the ways our bodies cope with stress. It only makes sense that the body would conserve energy on less vital functions (like skin, fingernail, and hair production) in order to be able to expend more energy on more vital functions (like healing and surviving).
You probably also know, or can easily imagine, that after the stress has passed, normal body function (like hair growth) is supposed to come back up to normal again.
Have you ever thought that there has to be a REASON that you are suffering from anxiety when others do not? Are you looking for answers?
Here’s a really good answer for a lot of people that suffer needlessly from anxiety and panic attacks: Low body temperatures are more than enough to explain anxiety and panic attacks. Low temperatures are often reversible, and when corrected, people often remain improved on their own (without drugs) free of anxiety and panic attacks.
The connection between thyroid and anxiety is that low thyroid can lead to low temperatures and low temperatures can lead to anxiety.
One of the most common causes of fluid retention (if not the most common) is low body temperature. Low body temperature is the common denominator between thyroid and fluid retention. Low thyroid function can lead to low temperatures and low temperatures can cause fluid retention or bloating, tight rings, swollen ankles, and puffy face and eyes.
When low temperatures are normalized symptoms of fluid retention often disappear.
Doctors have known for a long time that thyroid and fluid retention can be related. That’s why when patients come in complaining of fluid retention, fatigue, depression, easy weight gain and other complaints, doctors often
Yes, low thyroid and depression can be related, doctors have known that for decades. What isn’t so well known is that patients can have normal thyroid blood tests and still have low body temperatures and the associated symptoms such as depression, weight gain, and fatigue.
The great news is that low body temperatures can often be corrected such that the depression lifts. The body temperature and depression can often remain improved on their own once recovery is complete!
You see, virtually all the functions of our bodies take place by virtue of chemical reactions. The sum of all the chemical reactions that
Some people can gain weight on less than 600 calories per day because their metabolisms are so slow. Weight gain occurs when people take in more calories than they burn. So it’s not just a matter of what people eat, it’s also a matter of how much they’re burning and that can vary tremendously between different people in different circumstances.
Doctors have known for years the connection between thyroid and weight gain, and they have known the connection between thyroid and low body temperature. Unfortunately, few doctors make the obvious and critical connection between temperature and weight gain. The body temperature
The connection between thyroid and PMS (premenstrual syndrome) is low body temperature.
Low thyroid function results in low body temperatures which result in many classic symptoms as listed on the right side of this page.
Many of the symptoms of low temperatures such as irritability, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, depression, fluid retention, and headaches are typical of PMS as well.
The thyroid system is critical in maintaining normal body temperatures, and female hormones affect body temperatures as well (that’s why women measure their temperatures when they’re trying to get pregnant).
The thyroid system exerts a more constant influence over body temperature patterns while the
Everything’s easy when you know how.
In many instances it’s easy to cure migraines so they don’t come back.
The secret is very often in normalizing low body temperatures. This is the connection between thyroid and migraines.
The thyroid system is supposed to maintain normal body temperatures. Low body temperatures can result in recurrent migraines, though it’s not clear how. It may be that the low temperatures lead to relaxation and dilation of the blood vessels which results in more fluid leaking into the tissues. The swelling brain tissues inside the closed space of the cranium would explain the characteristic throbbing pain