Anything we can do to reduce physical, mental and emotional stress in our bodies can help us recover from WTS. This can include improved nutrition, exercise, rest, perspective, as well as medical treatment with T3. When we feel better we might have more energy to exercise and eat right, and this might help us feel better too. In this way, the Wilson’s T3 protocol (or WT3 protocol for short) might result in an upward spiral of restored health. Results of the WT3 protocol have been published in the medical literature. The protocol is an excellent treatment approach for a slow metabolism due to Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome and is administered under a healthcare practitioner’s care.
Our entire approach to restoring your health is fundamentally different than most other approaches. This means it will likely be quite different than what you’ve tried or heard of before, but it may also finally restore your health when nothing else has. For more information about how we focus on helping the body correct the problem rather than just treating the symptoms, you can click here: Nature of Restorative Medicine
Many people are able to tolerate the WT3 protocol quite well without any side effects. When people do get side effects they are typically short-term, not long-term. Since T3 is a natural hormone found in everyone’s body since birth, it doesn’t directly damage any of the body’s tissues. It is possible that existing health problems could be aggravated by short-term side effects of T3 therapy so WT3 therapy should be done according to the WT3 protocol and according to your healthcare practitioner’s instructions.
The side effects of the WT3 protocol may include fluid retention, achiness, jitteriness, irritability, increased awareness of heart beat and increased heart rate.
People can sometimes notice a difference within hours or days of taking the WT3 protocol. And sometimes, people’s complaints can sometimes get a little worse before they get better.