HISTAMINE – FROM ALLERGIES TO DISEASE
Histamine not only produces common environmental allergy symptoms, but is also involved in the aging process, disease and tissue re-building.
WHERE HISTAMINE IS MADE & HOW DOES IT BREAK DOWN YOUR BODY?
Histamine is produced predominantly from two cells of the immune system when responding to allergies like pollen and dust – mast cells, eosinophils and basophils. Mast cells are especially numerous at sites of potential injury — the nose, mouth, feet, internal body surfaces, and blood vessels. Histamine plays an important role in the body and is known to be involved in 23 different physiological functions. Due to this, it can have both positive and negative effects on many cells, tissues and organ systems in the body. Just the right amount of histamine reduces inflammation and promotes tissue healing. Too much histamine, or histamine that stays around too long, breaks down tissue leading to chronic health problems including allergies, joint pain, brain fog, memory issues, sleep problems, erection and sexual arousal issues and even cancer.
HOW HISTAMINE CAN CAUSE DISEASE – ANYWHERE!
Histamine can cause destructive changes virtually anywhere in the body because it is found in the connective tissues of the organs and tissues. When histamine levels increase, whether from an increase in environmental or food allergens, or within the body as a response to aging and disease, tissue destruction and inflammation ensues. Reducing your exposure to knownRead More