Mast Cells Don’t Go Crazy for No Reason! 5 Things You Must Address if You Have Acquired Mast Cell Activation Disorder

This is a great starter article for those delving down further into histamine and inflammation. I wish I could get my head around this stuff and come up with a treatment plan! If anyone knows a professional in Brisbane who can put all these pieces together for me that would be fantastic!

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Preface: All of the information in this article is based on my own research and experience with Mast Cell Activation Disorder. I am not addressing Mastocytosis or genetic disorders that cause mast cell activation, such as EDS. I have my B.S. in Biomedical Science and a very firm grasp of scientific concepts, including immunology, so I believe it is perfectly reasonable for me to be able to form some thoughts on Mast Cell Activation Disorder, and share them as I see fit.

An alarming trend that I have personally noticed amongst people who are struggling with chronic illness is that diagnoses of Mast Cell Activation Disorder (MCAD) are becoming quite common, adding yet another disease to the heavy “diagnosis-load” that many of these people already bear. As far as I am aware, due to my own past experience with MCAD and my discussions with other people who have been diagnosed, doctors are…

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