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SYMPTOMS OF TOO MUCH HISTAMINE
Histamine def:
“Histamine is an organic nitrogenous compound involved in local immune responses as well as regulating physiological function in the gut and acting as a neurotransmitter. Histamine is involved in the inflammatory response.” [wiki]

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After eating certain histamine aggravating foods or when there is an excessive quantity of released HISTAMINE in the body symptoms may include:
Arrhythmia
Asthma
Depression
Dizziness
Dry nose
Gastrointestinal complaints
Hypotension
Itchy skin
Menstrual pain [worse]
Migraine headache
Red skin
Rhinitis [vasomotor rhinitis]
Soft stools
Tachycardia
DIAMINE OXIDASE [DAO]
Reduced function of the enzyme Diamine ... ..more

Acetylcholine is known as the inhibitory #Neurotransmitter System
The first #neurotransmitter to be discovered in 1921. Its’ importance lies in the fact that it stimulates muscles to contract. This NT alters heart muscle contractions and impacts muscle function throughout the body. It’s also strategic in vocalizations/ #speech and #swallowing . Acetylcholine is critical for #attention , #alertness , and #memory . People with #Alzheimer’s , #Parkinson’s , #ALS , and #Myasthenia Gravis have substantial #dysfunction within acetylcholine activity or breakdown.

Low levels are associated with #depression , and a lack of #concentration & #emotion as well as poor #muscle tone, #forgetfulness , and poor #sleep “light sleepers ... ..more

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