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HISTAMINE H


istamine is a chemical involved in your immune system, digestive tract, and your central nervous system. As a neurotransmitter, it communicates important messages


from your body to your brain. Histamine also has an important role in the production of stomach acid, which is what helps you break down food in your stomach. You might be most familiar with histamine as it relates to the immune system. If you’ve suffered from seasonal allergies or food allergies, you may have noticed that antihistamine medications like Zytrec, Allegra or Benedryl provide quick relief of your symptoms. This is because histamine’s role in the body is to cause an immediate inflammatory response, which serves as a red flag for your immune system. Histamine causes your blood vessels to swell, or dilate, so


that your white blood cells can quickly find and attack the infec- tion or problem. The histamine buildup is what gives you a headache and leaves you feeling flushed, itchy and miserable. This is part of the body’s natural immune response, but if you don’t break down histamine properly, you could develop what we call histamine intolerance/overload. Because it travels throughout your bloodstream, histamine


can affect your gut, lungs, skin, brain, and entire cardiovascular system, contributing to a wide range of problems and often mak- ing it difficult to pinpoint and diagnose.


Common Symptoms of Histamine Overload/Intolerance • Headaches/migraines


• Difficulty falling asleep, easily arousal • Hypertension • Vertigo or dizziness • Arrhythmia, or accelerated heart rate • Difficulty regulating body temperature • Anxiety • Nausea, vomiting • Abdominal cramps • Flushing


• Nasal congestion, sneezing, difficulty breathing • Abnormal menstrual cycle • Hives • Fatigue • Tissue swelling


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