Antidiuretic Hormone

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Antidiuretic Hormone (ADH)

The hypothalamus makes antidiuretic hormone (vasopressin) which is transported to the pituitary gland. A message from the hypothalamus will tell the pituitary to release it into the blood stream. Antidiuretic hormone will then tell the kidneys to conserve fluid by reducing the amount of water in the urine. A deficiency of antidiuretic hormone causes excess loss of urine and a condition called diabetes insipidus. Some people can urinate almost 8 gallons in a day. They are very thirsty and have to constantly drink to avoid dehydration.

Some mold folks are low on ADH. They report being thirsty, peeing a lot,  dry mouth, dry skin, static shocks. Some of them notice that being in saunas, hot tubs or using diuretic food/herbs will make it worse.

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