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This happens to me as well. Dry air makes me react. You’ll need a humidifier or turn the heat off when you sleep.
Re: the diet, it is hard but honestly you get used to it. It’s ok if you mess up because you just need to lower your histamine bucket so messing up once in awhile is ok.
Hi. it’s very common apparently for histamine intolerance to arise from SIBO. I have a friend who has been diagnosed with both and it’s one of the main causes. The good news is that you’ve identified your root cause so if you can manage the SIBO your histamine intolerance should also be under control!
I am pretty sure I have SIBO as well but I haven’t gotten tested.
I’ve tried acupressure and also other natural allergy treatments for 2 years. They did not work on me and I don’t think they made any difference. I got 2-3 allergy shots weekly for over a year. My allergist did not once mention histamine intolerance or mcas. I wouldn’t waste money on this if I were you. We don’t have allergies.
If you’re a high stress person, it may help with that though.
The Gut Health Protocol
I use essential oils too to reduce my stress. Meditation also helps me. When it’s spring, nothing seems to help.
I’m never able to eat avocados. So sad 🙁
never tried it but recently listened to a podcast (Dr. Ruscio Radio) recommending it.
my doctor doesn’t rely on blood tests. he says that histamine levels fluctuate too much for it to be accurate. i think you need someone who understand the condition and can give you a diagnosis based on experience.
this happens to me too. I think your histamine levels build up and accumulate during the day so you react to things more when you eat in the evening.