MCAS can wreak havoc on the female reproductive system, making periods and the hormonal shifts around them a complete nightmare for the woman affected by MCAS, including severe cramping, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, back pain, migraine, dramatic mood swings and even infertility. Join us for this exclusive look into the effects of MCAS on the female reproductive system as we expand Mast Cell Disease Day to the whole month of October.
Learn about the benefits of sound machines for sleep, avoiding distractions while working or meditating and how to use them so they're most effective in this product review post.
With fall comes the onset of the flu and cold season, making it the perfect time to learn about the immune boosting properties of Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid. Find out the many other ways it can help, from fighting infections to managing MCAS and autoimmune disorders.
"What I didn’t realize is that my life was going to take a drastic change that night. I wish I could go back and change that day but I can’t. That night I awoke with my spine and neck burning hot and they felt inflamed. I was vomiting, my whole body felt feverish and I was chilling."
Pictured above: a portion of the Mackinac Bridge taken by David Curtis from St. Ignace. We had to travel it twice. It's 5 miles long and the world's 5th longest suspension bridge. Have I mentioned I have a bridge phobia? As I write this, I’m waiting for the alarm clock beside my husband to tell … Continue reading The Vacation Aftermath