Clinical Mastery – Histaminosis and Oestrogen: Breaking the Cycle (2 x 60-minute sessions) – 2022

Clinical Mastery – Histaminosis and Oestrogen: Breaking the Cycle (2 x 60-minute sessions) – 2022

Session 1 Histaminosis and Oestrogen: Breaking the Cycle

Histamine and oestrogen have an intimate relationship physiologically; this inter-relationship is often responsible for a raft of seemingly unrelated symptoms – from hives and headaches to anxiety and insomnia. Many common and clinically challenging patient presentations have histaminosis as a complicating factor, including PMS and PMDD.

Clinically, the key strategies to breaking this cycle lie in the practitioner’s ability to first identify those at risk, confidently test and interpret the relevance of pathology results, and then, using this information, action the most effective prescription for the individual.

Over two clinical masterclasses, Rhiannon outlines the key clinical steps involved in identifying, assessing, and managing women affected by the complicated relationship between histamine and oestrogen. With a special focus on menstrual symptom management, including physical and mental health presentations.

During the session Rhiannon Hardingham covers:
• Causes of histaminosis
• Pathways responsible for histamine metabolism
• DAO deficiency and its causes
• The involvement of the methylation pathway
• The interplay of histamine and the female reproductive tract
• The link between histaminosis and female reproductive pathologies
• Indicators of histaminosis and oestrogen excess on pathology
• Detailed therapeutic overview including clinical considerations for the usage of SAMe and quercetin

Presented by Rhiannon Hardingham

Session 2 Balancing Histamine for PMDD Relief

Women’s health specialists Rhiannon Hardingham and Kate O’Flynn translate the research highlights and patient management insights from Session 1 Histaminosis and Oestrogen: Breaking the Cycle into actionable insights that you can effortlessly integrate into your clinical practice. This masterclass draws on a real-life clinical case study and features the combined experience of two renowned clinical Naturopaths to ensure you return to your clinic with greater confidence in supporting female patients with histaminosis.

During this session, Rhiannon Hardingham shares her practice pearls including:
• Detailed pathology analysis to understand markers of oestrogen excess and histaminosis, repeated at every consult to gauge patient progress and ensure precision prescribing
• Identifying the histamine metabolism pathway at play
• Supporting methylation to bring down homocysteine
• When to introduce SAMe – with an easy-to-follow homocysteine indicator clinical guide
• Optimising oestrogen clearance and recognising excess aromatase activity
• Knowing when quercetin is and is not clinically indicated

This online 75-minute masterclass is Rhiannon Hardingham’s real-life clinical case study. This webinar will ensure you return to your clinic with greater confidence in treating your female patients who have histaminosis complicating their presentation.

Presented By: Rhiannon Hardingham and Kate O’Flynn

CPD information:
ANTA/ATMS/CMA/NHAA – Each session is 1 hour of learning.

* The content of Clinical Mastery is intended to provide high level information for healthcare professionals and may not include all relevant information in relation to medications/drug interactions/product ingredients. Specific and tailored advice is required for each patient.

** Please note that this webinar is only open to Australian healthcare professionals and/or students who meet the BioCeuticals account application requirements.

Presented By: BioCeuticals
Category: Webinars


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