Treatments for Lowering Histamine and Reducing MCAS Symptoms

Treatments for Lowering Histamine and Reducing MCAS Symptoms Now, you might be thinking, “Why can’t I just take an antihistamine?” Antihistamines don’t actually reduce histamine release. They only block histamine receptors, preventing you from feeling the symptoms. You may need a round-the-clock blockade of the H1 and H2 receptors, every 12 hours. If you want…

Mold Illness

Frequently Asked Mold Questions

Frequently Asked Mold Questions Do I literally have to clean everything in my house? Q: Do I literally have to clean everything in my house (i.e. plastic storage containers, books, toiletries, candles, knickknacks, canned food etc) or just the major things like clothing and furniture? A: Yes, everything. Is it possible to clean electronic devices that…

Major Piece of the Puzzle in Overcoming Chronic Lyme Disease

Kryptopyrroluria (aka Hemopyrrollactamuria) 2017: A Major Piece of the Puzzle in Overcoming Chronic Lyme Disease

Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD, is a practicing physician in Woodinville, Washington with a focus on the treatment of chronic neurological conditions such as Lyme disease, autism, and CFIDS. In the years that he has treated patients with chronic infections, he has observed that, for many, recovery is often elusive.

Limitations of Traditional Medicine - Observation Two: It distorts the doctor/patient relationship

Limitations of Traditional Medicine – Observation Two: It distorts the doctor/patient relationship

In our last post, we discussed how most diagnoses don’t just fall innocently out the sky at some point in life’s trajectory and how easy it is, once a diagnosis has been made, for patients to objectify the diagnosis as something separate from themselves, the choices they have made and the life they have lived.