Histamine Intolerance and a positive look on life

5 Sep

Seems a bit hard no? The many struggles we go through, the misunderstandings, the strange looks, fatigues, skinissues and so on and so forth.. We lack sleep, can’t go out for dinner, and often feel like life is battling against us. If you explain people about HIT, they will say ‘well, you’ve gotta do it, you’ve got no choice..’

But we always have choice. We have choice in how we deal with this. We have choice how we feel about it every day, and how we deal with it. I know from experience it is soo hard to keep a good spirit, when people say its all in your head, you’ve had your so manieth reaction and feel too dead tired to do anything. It’s so very easy to fall in this downward spiral of thoughts. But we have to take care of ourselves. And I don’t mean that just physically, but also mentally.

Try not to battle this condition you have, because it will only cause more conflict inside you. Once you embrace your HIT, accept it as a part of you, you’ll feel so much more confident learning about it. Not only will you feel stronger mentally, you’ll have more strength continuing your search or diet, and in the end feel better as a person, bith mentally and physically.

I know its all easy talk… but be honest, the only ones telling us how bad or situation is, and how little we can eat and such..well, thats us right?  We are strong, we have to love inside us to accept us in every way, and to deal with it in the best way possible! We do things other popele never thought possible, and we do it with a smile! Why? Because a smile always smiles back at us!

For everyone attling something out there, never loose hope..hope and love always reside in your hearts!

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2 Responses to “Histamine Intolerance and a positive look on life”

  1. lars November 25, 2010 at 7:09 pm #

    Hello Nele,

    i havent been diagnosed with HIT (yet). BUT…

    Almost all the symptoms that are refered to as Indicators for HIT are also strongly indicated when suffering from Candida Albicans. Even worse so, people who suffer from Candida can simualtanesly develop a Histamin Intolerance too .

    I myself have been dealing with this issue for the past 4-5 years (without knowing) and have been positivly diagnosed with Candida.

    So, even though I havent been diagnosed with HIT I experience almost the exact symptoms that you do! There are times were I can eat everything without developing “allergic rhinitis and sinusitis, aching joints and muscles, constant low blood pressure, tiredness, rash, chestpains” etc. I could add cardiac arrhythmias and arthritis.

    Right now, whilst trying to eliminate the Candidasis, I am hypersensitive to HIT once again.

    What I am trying to say is that the HIT CAN act like a “stowaway” and people like me, who suffer from a Candidasis, become HITs within Weeks or even DAYS! And, it is an interesting coincidence that many HIT-diets are VERY similar to those of the anti-candidal therapy.

    It might be a good idea to go and check out this link:
    http://www.thefinchleyclinic.com/shop/conquering-candida-detailed-article-a-421.html

    Right now I eat mostly raw food, adding yoghurt every now and then, sprouts, beans, quinoa. Meat is ok, but only in small dosis. NO fish.

    Thank you for your blog!
    Regards
    Lars

    • histamine intolerance December 5, 2010 at 4:53 pm #

      My dietician and doctor checked for candida as well. I’m very gratefull to have a dietician who is well aware of the link. Stay strong love! Thanks for the link!!

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