Urticaria - Understanding it's Causes and Cures

What is Urticaria?

Urticaria, commonly referred to as hives, is a dermatological disorder that appears as red, raised eruptions on skin. It is also characterized by itching. The eruptions are of various sizes.

Symptoms of Urticaria

Red and white eruptions appear on the skin. These patches can appear on any part of the body. The eruptions may disappear after some time and reappear on another part. They will be characterized by itching, burning, and stinging. The symptoms may also include problems with digestion, fever, and weakness. Sometimes, changes in voice may also occur.

Causes of Urticaria

Urticaria can manifest due to food allergies, such as fish, eggs, tomatoes, chocolate, strawberries, cow's milk, and spinach. Drugs such as penicillin, codeine, NSAIDs, and aspirin can also lead to this condition. Respiratory infections, fungal infections, hepatitis, malaria, and HIV can also cause urticaria. The bites of insects, such as bees, bedbugs, mosquitoes, and caterpillars can also trigger outbreaks. Stress, exposing the skin to extreme heat or cold, latex exposure, and environmental factors, such as dust, chemicals, and pollen may also be responsible for urticaria outbreaks. Exercising and pregnancy may cause this condition as well. It can occur in any age group. Contact with metals, such as nickel, using gloves, rubber materials, silk, or wool can lead to this condition. Insect repellents, dyes, hair sprays, nail polish, hand cream, perfumes, and toothpaste represent many of the things that we use daily, which can also cause an outbreak. Inhaling house dust, aerosols, animal dander, and mold spores can trigger urticaria. Some preservatives used in food may also be responsible.

Consuming a fruit-only diet for five days may be helpful in the treatment of this painful condition. After five days, it is important to eat a well balanced diet containing fruits, nuts, vegetables, grains, and plenty of water to treat Urticaria. Treatment using turmeric, rosewater, vinegar, and salt can be used to cure the eruptions. Oral antihistamines can be used to control the itching. Avoid using substances that may cause an allergic reaction, which could provoke an outbreak.


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