Interesting article on histamine intolerance causing panic and anxiety today for you.
That’s helpful in itself, isn’t it, but whilst I was reading it, I picked up the fact that histamine intolerance is commonly triggered at peri-menopause, right when the hormone levels are changing yet again. This does fit in with my clinical experience that it is mostly women over about 50 who have it, but I have also seen it happen after having babies and breast-feeding as well as during puberty. Of course, men’s hormones also change at puberty and during so-called andropause, which might also explain the timing of their own developing histamine issues.
So why, two years ago, did these symptoms suddenly appear, apparently out of the blue? The answer lies in the information you provided in response to my further question: you are now 50 years of age. Two years ago you likely entered peri-menopause, or menopause, and your hormone levels, especially oestrogen and progesterone, changed dramatically. As a result, the histamine controls in your body were affected, and you developed histamine intolerance.
Does that fit in with the start of your symptoms maybe? Might be worth a think, then, if so, check your hormone levels and correct them, not forgetting your adrenals, which start to have a lot more influence on hormone production after about 40.
A clue? Hope it helps for you.