Description: The following passage is designed to talk about mast cell activation syndrome. It is a complex condition. It’s becoming more well known. It involves many different body symptoms which can cause many different symptoms.
Here’s Dr. Becky Campbell. I want to talk about mass cell activation syndrome which is a complex condition. It’s one that’s becoming more well known. It involves many different body symptoms which can cause many different symptoms. If you have random unexplained symptoms and no one can figure out, you need to listen to this.
Mass cells are in most of our body tissues and their job is to help protect the body from injury. They’re involved in our body’s allergic response. When the body responds to threats or foreign invaders, these cells secrete things like histamine, prostaglandins and cytokines among others which will increase inflammation.
It will cause an increase in heart rate and it even causes congestion. These don’t sound like pleasant symptoms but they are highly productive. When our body is responding to a foreign invader, they help our body to heal.
Mass cell plays an important role in the response to things like allergic reactions. It can sound that these health are closely linked to the development of autoimmune diseases and many other disorders. We need that cell to survive but overactive muscles can cause muscle activation syndrome and can lead to a handful of symptoms.
More and more people are being diagnosed with mast cells. Part of the problem has to do with a number of environmental and food chemicals that were exposed to on the daily basis. That grows these mast cells into overdrive and can lead to some serious problems.
The symptoms associated with Mass Observation syndrome are due to the large amount of hiss to me in the body as a result of the activated mass cells. There are other diseases associated with mast cells. Some of the conditions go hand-in-hand with mast cell.
It means that if you have one, you may be more likely to develop another. These are things like allergies, asthma, autoimmune disease, anxiety, chronic fatigue, GERD and palpitations or heart racing. They don’t understand why.
There are a lot of different symptoms to look for when looking for mast cell. Those are things like hives, swelling, flushing, gastrointestinal complaints, wheezing, shortness of breath, heart palpitations, low blood pressure, anxiety, headaches, brain fatigue and so many different random symptoms.
The diagnosis is a little bit tough. Some people do while some people don’t. The things I look for are those symptoms. If I see someone who has all these random symptoms that nobody can figure out, I think that it’s masked all. That can require some medication or natural supplements such as quercetin and to help stabilize and mast cells.
It goes based on how people respond to things because people with mass cells are so sensitive. They can’t handle supplements. A lot of things are needed to be used to help them get better. We’ve got something that we have to figure out. The most important part is finding out what your triggers are. Those are things like heavy metal toxicities, gut infections, adrenal issues and food sensitivities.
We have to do some investigating to find out what triggers you and get everything stable in the body. You need to try to get help for your random symptoms. This is something that I do a lot of work. There is a contact button at the bottom of this article.
Go ahead and fill out that form. We’ll get on the phone and talk about what’s going on with you. I’ll come up with a plan for you so that we can figure this out and get you feel better. Thank you for reading this. See you soon.