Histamine is the connection Feb 23, 2011 4:11:41 GMT -5
Post by lilsissy on Feb 23, 2011 4:11:41 GMT -5
My sister Karen who suffered from Lyme and Morgellons had nine bees sting her ........setting off a gall bladder stone attack followed by surgery to remove her gall bladder when it was discovered she had a bad Pancreas.
Karen is now diagonised with Cancer of the Pancreas but the Cancer has not grown in a year but she has attacks of the pancreas, painfull ones!
Maybe the alternative treatment is helping her (D.C.A.+Rife ) or maybe she does not have cancer .
In 2009 there was the first case of puesdogout of the pancreas being mistaken for P.Cancer.
Crystals are now being found in soft tissue like the heart and pancreas that here never found before in soft tissue. I know I read it as a new disease. I need to find that article but anyway that has put me on a hunt to find the cause of the crystal build-up
I felt what was happening to Karen was possibly connected to her Vagus nerve which is the nerve my son is having problems with also.
I diagnosied him correctly but that was easy to do as he is passing out when he laughs.
Both Karen and Rodney have an intolerance (allergy reaction) to orange juice
I have not pulled it all together yet but I hope to finally have a glimpse of the picture to focus in on.
Acute pancreatitis - an enzymatic lesion of pancreas.
This process has autocatalytic character and frequently comes to an end with an organ self-digestion.
The lesion of pancreas as consequence of influence of unfavorable factors can clinically show from insignificant painful sensations to the hardest enzymatic shock.
Among patients women prevail: it, apparently, is bound to higher frequency of occurrence at them a cloelithiasis and lipometabolism disturbances.
Now causative factors strictly a pancreatitis can be divided on two basic bunches:
Causing difficulty of outflow of pancreatic juice and an intraduct hypertensia
leading to a primary lesion of acinar cells
In this connection distinguish a pancreatitis hypertension-ductal and initially-acinar forms
The most serious forms of an acute pancreatitis at the human educe at a combination of 3 factors:
An acute intraduct hypertensia
Intracanalicular activation of pancreatic enzymes
The acute is cholic-pancreatic ductal hypertensia and bile reflux in pancreat ducts easily arise at subitaneous blockage of an ostium major duodenal papilla, educing at a spastic stricture and an Oddi's sphincter dyskinesia, a choledocholithiasis, inflammatory and cicatrical narrowings of a papilla, hit in ducts of ascarides, papillomas of the big duodenal papilla, etc. the Oddi's sphincter
Spastic stricture can be a consequence as various is excitatory-reflex influences from receptors of gepato-duodenogastric region, and an immediate boring of sympathetic and parasympathetic parts of NANOSECOND.
Vagus nerve excitation causes a hypersecretion of pancreatic juice and a spastic stricture of an Oddi's sphincter and a stasis in system of pancreatic ducts.
Region the big duodenal papilla is especially sensitive.
The trauma of this region during operative measures on bile-excreting pathes, a stomach, 12-tiperstnoj to an intestine, a pancreas head quite often comes to an end with occurrence of an acute postoperative pancreatitis.
is a hormone/chemical transmitter and important protein that is involved in local immune responses, regulates stomach acid production and acts as a mediator in allergic reactions.
It plays an important role as it is released as a neurotransmitter, necessary for our brain cells to "communicate" properly. ...Neurotransmitters
Histamine is necessary to modulate sleep.
..... schizophrenia patients often have low blood levels of histamine. This can be a side effect of their antipsychotic medication.
When this seemed to be the case, as histamine levels were increased, their health improved.
What causes allergies?
Allergies are caused by an immune response to a normally harmless substance, i.e. pollen or dust.
When these come into contact with specific antigens in our blood (part of the white blood cells, so-called mast cells) this triggers a response and histamine is released.
The release of histamine causes several allergic symptoms, for it contributes to an inflammatory response and causes constrictions of smooth muscle.
The allergic reaction causes blood fluids to enter the area, causing swelling. (Vasoactive).
The constrictions of the smooth muscle are seen during an asthma attack. The muscles surrounding the airway constrict, causing shortness of breath.
An allergic reaction is a response that should not be happening because the substance that triggers is should not be dangerous to us.
Sometimes we have the "luxury" to allow our immune system to run its course, but then we have to sniffle our way through the pollen seasons.
Sometimes a harmless looking allergic reaction may develop into a potentially life threatening situation. Take for example, a bee sting.
****Anti-histamines are widely available nowadays, and help the body to overcome its immunological "mistakes".
People can be allergic to almost everything from dust to bee-stings, to certain types of food.
Histamine and amines (histamine-like substances) can be found in foods, but also develop after cooking and storage.
This happens especially with fermented foods, but sometimes during normal cooking procedures.
Amines are formed from........August 08, 2007
specific amino acids that are present (to a certain agree) in all foods.
The most common food amines are:
Allergic reactions to these amines can be:
* Vaso-active affects the width of blood vessels
* Vaso-dilating widens the blood vessels
* Vaso-constricting narrows the blood vessels
Even foods that don't contain histamine can trigger an allergic reactions, but often additives are the culprits.
Food products that are known to cause allergies are:
Raw egg white, shellfish, strawberries, citrus fruit and pineapple, chocolate, tomatoes, alcohol, fish and pork.
An allergic food reaction (in connection to histamine) can have the following symptoms:
* Flushing of the face
* Sweating profusely
* Increased heart rate, palpitations
* Fainting (drop in blood pressure)
* Asthma attack
* Rash, hives, urticaria
* Nausea, vomiting
* Abdominal cramps
* Headaches, migraine attack
People usually react pretty soon, during or after the meal, and untreated, the reaction may last 24-48 hours.
When people react e.g. because of tyramine causes, the symptoms are different.
Alcohol consumption can provide histamine, trigger its release, and prevent a histamine breakdown.
Histamine and alcohol share the alcohol dehydrogenase enzyme during the metabolism stage.
We've seen the important part histamine plays in the functioning of our body - we can't live without it.
But the moment an allergic reaction sets in, it seems to create havoc.
We do well to pay attention, and ask the advice of a specialist if we become allergic, either to food, dust or "unknown" things.
Every new allergic reaction may be stronger than the previous one, and potentially more dangerous.
as I understand it....
***Anti-histamines can be dangerous because they relax the membranes and allow foreign material to be in corporated there in ... seratonin also does this.