Why your allergies are worse around “that” time of the month
And I’ve never looked back. Nowadays if I’m good (and I know when I’m bad!) and I still feel like the doggy poop on the bottom of my shoe, I’ll have a little think (and usually run some searches) to figure it out. There’s usually an explanation. And now that I have them, I don’t sweat them. Information is power. It’s helped loosen histamine’s kung fu grip on my life to the point where I am able to just live, and be, rather than stress over the why. My body is a histamine glutton, no matter whether I help it along with hazelnut frosted cupcakes. The best I can do is help it through the rough patches, ease the stress on it, and give it the love and support it needs. My days of hating my body for what it’s doing to me are way over.
So, now that we have this info, what are we gonna do about it? Knowing that things are going to get rocky around that time of the month means that I’m not indulging in any naughtiness for at least a week running up to that joyous time. Why a week? It takes a while for histamine to properly go up (at least when your overall histamine is low like mine) and (seemingly) even longer to come down. I’m extra good to myself – adding a even more green smoothies/juices to the mix. I add more fluids in general as I know that the act of digestion itself causes histamine release, and Dr Fuhrman says that liquids use less enzymes (i.e. less histamine lowering diamine oxidase required).
Need some inspiration on the low histamine diet? Want to know how I went from bed bound washed up medical mystery to running two companies? Here’s how…