Brain Fog and Allergies to Mast Cell Activation

Alchemy of Health Webinar Series – Brain Fog and Allergies to Mast Cell Activation


Why is it important?

Tired of feeling tired, allergic to smells and foods and living with a foggy brain? Sensitive to foods, smell and fatigued all the time? You could you have a histamine issue or mast cell activation syndrome.

You may have MCAS if you are fatigued, short of breath, experience hives or allergies, cannot focus or feel weak and dizzy.

Mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS) is a condition in which the defence mechanism in your blood, particularly the mast cells release too much of Histamine and other vasoactive molecules, which cause allergies.

Mast cells are part of your immune system.

Often, a Dr will refer you to a lung specialist for shortness of breath or an allergist for allergies, but the correct diagnosis is paramount to identifying allergies, histamine tolerance, fatigue and brain fog.

Learning Outcomes

  • What is the impact of allergies on the body
  • What is Mast cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS) and what causes it
  • How to diagnose and manage allergies, sensitivities, Histamine and MCAS with pharmaceutical and natural treatments

This offering provides CPD continuing professional development credits for CMA and ATMS

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