Overmethylation

Histapenia (overmethylation) is a shortage of histamine in the body. Histamine is a major brain neurotransmitter, but is known popularly for its role in allergic symptoms. Patients with low blood histamine tend to have depressed metabolism, a pear shaped body and some may have certain psychological conditions such as anxiety and classic schizophrenic symptoms (paranoia, grandiosity, hallucinations).

OVERMETHYLATION (HISTAPENIA):
Clinical Characteristics
Poor achiever - Poor motivation - Artistic/musical ability - High anxiety/panic - Low libido - Overweight - Easily frustrated - Sleep disorder - Paranoia - Depression - Self mutilation - Self isolation - Nervousness - Tinnitis  - Food/chemical sensitivities - High pain threshold - Past Hx ADHD - Hyperactive psychosis - Religiosity - Grandiosity - Nil family history - Hirsutism - Eczema/dry skin

BIOCHEMISTRY OF OVERMETHYLATION
    Low histamine
    Low Zinc
    Low basophil count
    Copper overload

OVERMETHYLATION: Medication Reactions
    Adverse reaction anti-histamines
    Good response benzodiazepines
    Adverse reaction SSRIs
    Improvement on Lithium
    Adverse reaction oestrogen therapy
    Adverse reaction Methionine/ SAMe

OVERMETHYLATION: Supplements & Improvements
SUPPLEMENTS:
    Vitamin C, vitamin B6, P5P, Zinc, Niacinamide, Folate, vitamin B12, vitamin E
    IMPROVEMENT EXPECTATION
    3 to 6 months

 

Histapenia

Hirsutism

Dental Cavities

Normal toes

Pear shaped