A few days back I blogged about cold induced Urticaria . Some people think they are safe when it comes to higher temperatures. Unfortunately, you are not safe from urticaria when it comes to heat. There is a type called heat induced urticaria that can be caused when skin is exposed to heat above 43 degrees Celsius.
In most cases with heat urticaria, the exposed area of the skin becomes burned, stinging, turning red and swollen. It can cause immense itching and a burning sensation. Cooling down the affected area and exposing it to fresh air can help a great deal.
To learn the symptoms, causes and cures of heat induced urticaria, click here to read my complete article.