One of the most common allergies is urticaria, the condition in which we chop some areas of the body (or all). When you scratch, the skin becomes red and welts begin to appear, which will remain there for 10 or 15 minutes, and then disappear. Sometimes these bumps are red, or skin color.
This unique allergy caused by many things: food such as fish fats, dairy. Also by mites, dust or dirt, for certain drinks, changes in the environment, the use of detergents in the laundry, bath soaps or laundry, pollen, hair of some animals. In short, there are multiple causes, which reacted to the body.
What happens in our body? Normally, the body releases a substance called histamine, which is responsible for attacking elements that the body sees invaders like germs or antigens.
When the body is over stimulated by something, is played as an invader and releases histamine dose in excess, which causes itching or stinging and consequent inflammation of the skin or hives. In more severe cases have been reported inflammation of the skin for hours, as well as headaches or fevers, however, these are not common.
What to do? The doctor who will detect what is causing this reaction. Once detected, we prescribe antihistamines, which are drugs that regulate the production of histamine is what causes hives.
Meanwhile, we can take some precautions such as not wearing tight clothing, because it causes an allergic itching, mild and non-allergenic material used. Avoid eating shellfish because they contain histamine, maintain a clean and avoid sudden changes in body temperature. Also using glycerin soaps.
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