Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome
Identifying the Symptoms
You may have Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome, also known as low body temperature syndrome, if you have one or more of the following low thyroid symptoms:
- Fluid Retention
- Anxiety & Panic Attacks
- Hair Loss
- Decreased Memory & Concentration
- Heat and/or Cold Intolerance
- Abnormal Swallowing Sensations
- Easy Weight Gain
- Low Motivation & Ambition
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Muscle and Joint Aches
- Dry Skin & Hair
- Low Sex Drive
- And Others
An Undiagnosed Epidemic
Many people with one or more of these symptoms of low thyroid function are going undiagnosed and untreated by conventional medical doctors because they have normal thyroid blood tests. Other people diagnosed with and treated for hypothyroidism continue to experience low thyroid symptoms, even after conventional treatment returns their thyroid blood tests to normal.
The Link: Low Body Temperature
In 1988, Dr. Denis Wilson observed that virtually all people with classic symptoms of low thyroid function have one thing in common: low body temperature. That is because our thyroid is responsible for maintaining our body temperature at 98.6 degrees. So when our oral temperature drops below a daily average of 98.6, this signals that our thyroid function and our metabolism have decreased, and we develop low thyroid symptoms. When people with normal thyroid blood tests have low thyroid symptoms and low body temperature, they have Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome.
What Is Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome?
- A persistent but reversible slowing of the metabolism often brought on by the stress of illness, injury, or emotional trauma
- Often worsened in stages by subsequent stress
- Characterized by a low body temperature and classic low-thyroid-like symptoms
- Often corrected with a special thyroid treatment protocol even though thyroid blood tests are often in the normal range
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Dr. Kowalski trained with Dr. Wilson and is certified in the treatment of Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome. He has been successfully treating patients with this condition since 2002. Dr. Kowalski offers three methods for treating Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome, depending on the needs of each individual patient:
- Herbal treatment: The herbal treatment protocol for Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome is safe and effective in improving low thyroid symptoms. Dr. Kowalski is certified to prescribe herbal formulas specifically designed for this condition. The herbal medicines are typically taken for 3 months, after which time most patients feel continued improvement without needing to continue the herbs.
- Supervised medical treatment: Dr. Kowalski works with the prescribing medical doctor to guide patients through the medical treatment protocol for Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome. Dr. Kowalski is certified in this protocol that is designed to normalize body temperature with compounded T3 medication (without T4). Once our body temperature is restored to 98.6, most or all of the low thyroid symptoms typically improve. Patients’ temperature and symptoms often remained improved even after the treatment is discontinued.
- Combined herbal and medical treatment: This approach combines the best of both the herbal medicine and T3 medication protocols.