Aug 01

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Seasonal Allergies: In Full Bloom
by Steve Solomon

Clearing the air about histamines
More and more people are experiencing allergies and suffering with related symptoms. What causes allergies? They typically develop when histamine receptors trigger inflammation in the four tissues they populate our:


Digestive-reproductive tracts


Immune system

Histamines are triggers for runaway inflammation. How are histamines produced? What effect do they have on the four receptor sites?

The four sites
We are all familiar with H-1 site (airways) symptoms: watery, itchy, inflamed eyes and nose, throat and lungs. Inflammatory symptoms occur in the three other sites:

H-2 sites (digestive-reproductive tracts) inflame and we experience: acid indigestion, gastric reflux, dyspepsia, irritable bowel syndrome, colitis and inflammation of the reproductive tract.

H-3 sites (the brain) inflame and we experience: anxiety, agitation, insomnia, depression, attention deficit-hyperactivity, autism, schizophrenia and Alzheimers disease.

H-4 sites (the immune system) inflame and we experience: autoimmune symptoms associated with chronic fatigue, body aches and pains, rapid aging and hormone disruption.

The root of the tree may be the same (histamines) but the fruit on the tree (symptoms) depends on our genetics, environmental factors and lifestyle choices. It also depends on timing. For example, an explosion of histamines in the brain may produce hyperactivity in the young and anxiety in the elderly (and insomnia in everyone).

Important for growth
Histamines are not bad chemicals, just misunderstood. We sometimes need histamines to protect us from poisons. When we have hay fever, our body misidentifies a harmless pollen grain as a toxic poison. Histamines actually flood the area to remove the pollen. Our ability to stay awake and alert is dependent upon histamines as well. However, when these become imbalanced we may experience symptoms such as pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) and hyperactivity.

Relief from Vitamin B-12
The body needs Vitamin B-12 to maintain proper histamine balance. The amount of B-12 in the bloodstream is not important in deciding how much B-12 you can use. Vitamin B-12 exits the blood system quickly and we may get a false impression of our actual need for nutrient balance by viewing B-12 this way. It is better to look at the end results if we are to truly determine the benefit of taking B-12.

TriVitas Super Sublingual B-12 helps restore balance to people troubled by signs of high histamines. Regardless of your specific symptoms, Super Sublingual B-12 may offer the relief you need from the inflammation of elevated histamines.

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