My review of Vogmasks including their benefits, why you should consider wearing one if you have a mast cell or autoimmune disorder and what features work best to protect you most when choosing a respirator mask.
Mast Cell Activation Disorders can be quite complex to treat. Able to attack any system in the body, there’s a wide range of symptoms one must account for when treating these disorders. In my previous posts, we discussed how eating a low histamine diet can help you avoid flares, along with other ways to avoid … Continue reading MCAD: Medications and Treatments
Like most disorders and syndromes that fall into the spoonie category, mast cell activation disorders (MCAD) are incurable. MCADs are often caused by genetic mutations, whether they’re primary like systemic mastocytosis, or secondary (comorbid), which is often the case in mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS). In my last article, Are Most Spoonies Suffering from MCAD, … Continue reading MCAD: Prevention & Avoiding Triggers
This is me and Mr. Lestrange (if I’m Capricious, let's call him Steadfast Lestrange), showing off our rainbow colors at Cincinnati Pride yesterday. Yes, that’s me, without a mask, outdoors in June! How did I get away with that? Why, with careful planning, some success and a little failure, of course. Sexuality and Gender as … Continue reading Capricious’ Big Gay Day Out
Learn how the low histamine and low mold diets can help you get your mast cell symptoms under control. Include great resources, charts and links to help you get started.