Millions are bothered with this complaint, and it seems to affect many more each year. Consider this when you complain of allergies. You probably have at least one neighbor that has cats, dogs, cuts their lawn twice a week, does landscaping for a living and is exposed to dust, pollen, weeds and countless other so called “allergens.” Why is it that in many cases that neighbor never so much as sneezes! They are unaffected while you and countless others stay inside, unable to breathe, feeling miserable, sleepless and perhaps walking around in a stupor because of an “anti-histamine” drug of some type. That just doesn't seem fair, or even right. The root cause is likely a condition within your own body that causes those terrible reactions when some wild piece of pollen or cat dander invades your space.
The adrenal glands are two walnut sized glands that sit on top of the kidneys. Histamine is produced by the adrenal glands. The adrenals also produce hormones, such as cortisone. Cortisone reduces inflammation and “buffers” the production of histamine, so that your allergic reaction does not go wild and cause you all of that suffering. When there is a balance between histamine, and cortisone, allergies are usually non-existent. Disrupt this balance, and your grief appears. If your adrenal glands are not working correctly, you will have allergic reactions to many things that go in through your nose. You must get the adrenal glands back in shape to solve your allergic problems. This chapter will tell you how to determine if your adrenal glands are in poor condition and give you suggestions to bring them back into a normal state.
Details, step-by-step recommendations and in-depth suggestions are available in the full ALLERGIES chapter of the Regaining and Maintaining Your Health e-book.