Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome was first identified and defined by Dr Denis Wilson. Essentially subclinical hypothyroidism, this is defined by all the symptoms of hypothyroidism, including chronically low body temperatures (below 97.8 orally). Other symptoms include a slower metabolism, hair loss, constipation, fatigue, weight gain, and sometimes depression and heavy periods for women.
Wilson’s Syndrome: Treating a Slow Metabolism
About the Author: Dr. Lauren
Dr. Lauren Deville is board-certified to practice medicine in the State of Arizona. She received her NMD from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ, and she holds a BS in Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics from the University of Arizona, with minors in Spanish and Creative Writing. She also writes fiction under a pen name in her spare time. Visit her author website at www.authorcagray.com.