Heat is a Histamine Trigger, Stay Cool
Whether you’re in the midst of the summer season, living closer to the Equator, or traveling to warm tropical places, you may notice that when the temperature spikes, so do your symptoms. For the histamine intolerant, heat can act as a trigger, setting off symptoms. And if you get too much sun or overdo certain foods, you may find yourself in trouble. One of the best things you can do in especially warm environments is to stay cool. Here some ideas –including some quite unconventional– for “taking the heat” and staying cool this summer.