Wilson's Temperature Syndrome Treatment in Portsmouth, NH
Wilson's syndrome—sometimes known as Wilson's thyroid syndrome or Wilson's temperature syndrome—is a condition many believe stems from imbalanced thyroid levels and low body temperature. Some providers believe that Wilson's syndrome can cause a variety of difficult symptoms and side effects.
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Symptoms of Wilson's Syndrome
Wilson's temperature syndrome manifests itself in a number of ways. According to doctors who treat Wilson's syndrome, patients suffering from the condition may notice:
- Low body temperature (hypothermia)
- Chronic pain
- Hair loss
- Weight gain
- Poor fluid retention
- Panic attacks
In addition to these broad symptoms, some health providers beleive that Wilson's syndrome also affects a number of other health conditions. These issues include:
- Low libido
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Hashimoto's disease
Wilson's syndrome manifests itself with either some or all of these symptoms. Wilson's syndrome, according to some providers, often goes undiagnosed because it can mask itself in any number of symptoms.
Causes of Wilson's Syndrome
There is no one cause of Wilson's temperature syndrome. Body temperature decreasing is normal under some circumstances, but when the body's temperature remains low for an extended period of time, that can cause Wilson's syndrome. According to many providers, Wilson's temperature syndrome cannot be diagnosed by a regular thyroid level test. When Wilson's syndrome is present, levels of key thyroid hormones may appear normal.
Consistent low body temperature is the way most providers diagnose Wilson's syndrome. For a case to be considered, body temperature is typically below 97.8 degrees for a sustained period of time. Wilson's syndrome is much more common in women than in men.
Wilson's Syndrome Treatment
Providers who treat Wilson's thyroid syndrome typically do so with targeted thyroid supplements. Those providers believe that using consistent levels of T3 hormone supplements can help combat the effects of Wilson's syndrome. These T3 supplements are typically combined with a number of other treatments, including:
- Lifestyle adjustments
- Vitamin supplements
- Adaptogen supplements
The T3 used in Wilson's syndrome treatment is sustained release, meaning that it is delivered consistently over a long period of time. This makes it different from normal T3 supplements, which are instant release.
Request Wilson's Syndrome Information Today
Many providers believe Wilson's syndrome to cause many debilitating and chronic symptoms. If you would like to learn more about Wilson's syndrome, call (207) 536-9661 or contact Dr. Nicole Schertell online.
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