Do you think you are living the healthiest life in the world? However, you seem delusional. We tend to think that we have very good habits and live with healthy habits. But you don’t know if those habits are having a bad effect on your health.
Consuming more types of histamine food
We have heard the word histamine through antihistamine drugs. Many people use these antihistamines as an antidote to allergies. Histamine, a chemical produced in the body, plays an important role in modulating the immune system and controlling allergies and inflammation. Histamine production, storage, release, and synthesis all have to be handled very efficiently by the body. But if the body’s ability to control this decreases, a condition called histamine intolerance occurs. Here the histamine levels increase and the body is unable to control it. Hence symptoms like diarrhoea, abdominal pain, menstrual pain in women, hayfever, difficulty in breathing, rash, reddened skin, BP fluctuation, headache are seen. Although histamine is produced within the body, the food and drugs we consume also contribute to histamine production. In such cases, more histamine may be released into the blood.
Allergies are aggravated when people with histamine intolerance eat foods high in histamine that are said to be healthy foods. Hence allergy symptoms appear. Foods that are high in histamine include fish, tomatoes, spinach, eggplant, avocado, vinegar, yeast, soy sauce, alcohol, and any other fermented foods. It will be understood if you take the ingredients and then test if you don’t take some histamine-rich ingredients.
Use of supplements
Using supplements can correct malnutrition. The body can only use as many nutrients as it needs. Some people may be allergic to vitamin C. When using supplements, if any medicine does not seem to be enough for you or if you feel a difference, you should immediately consult a doctor.
Consumption of more vegetables
It is not necessary to consume more than 30 grams of fiber per day. Certain types of fiber can cause allergies. People with digestive system allergies such as irritable bowel syndrome may suffer from bloating, indigestion, diarrhea or constipation when eating vegetables such as broccoli and cabbage. The sugars and fiber in vegetables can cause you histemic allergy.
Consuming too much bottled water can also have a negative effect on the body. Bottled water may not always be pure. It is better to filter tap water at home and drink it. You should also make it a habit to carry water with you when you go out.
Exercising more, brushing more than twice a day, eating high-fat food, and using hand sanitizer too much can also cause allergies to aggravate. Experts suggest that it is better to stay within limits.
Note: Information collected from various studies, researches and health journals has been provided here as usual for your understanding. This information is not a substitute for medical care or treatment. If you have any doubts regarding health, you should definitely consult a doctor. For the items mentioned in this article, “ABP Country”, ‘ABP Network’ Note that no liability is assumed.
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