Urticaria or hives is a relatively common form of allergic reaction that causes raised red skin-welts. Urticaria is also known as nettle rash or uredo. These welts may be 5 mm (0.2 inches) in diameter or more, they itch severely, and often have a pale border. It is generally caused by direct contact with an allergenic substance, or an immune response to food or some other allergen. Hives can also be caused by stress.
Allopathic treatments for Urticaria includes anti histamines like cetirizine, levocetrizine and Benadryl etc and steroids.
Types of Urticaria
1. Acute Urticaria
2. Chronic Urticaria
3. Drug induced Urticaria
4. Physical Urticaria
Diagnosis of Urticaria
The presence of wheals is diagnostic of urticaria. The history is important in an attempt to identify the cause, which is different in different people.
Investigations should include identification of any focus of infection, or provocation and withdrawal of the suspected agent.
The resonance homeopathic remedies and advanced biotechnology Urticaria therapies like Skin Itch 30, C4 Anti-hive Formula, C49 Poison Ivy Dermatosis Formula and T31 Allergy Liquescence are designed to give you quick relief from the symptoms of urticaria. This remedies contains resonance homeopathic urticaria remedies and sarcodes, which is traditionally believed to correct and restore normal functions within your affected systems.These remedies help you by Purifying your blood and eliminating toxins and building up your immune system and reducing your tendency for hypersensitive responses.
The herbal combination like Cap Urtilpex,Tab Alklearant and Tab Alclearize are combination of Ayurvedic remedies that has anti allergic and anti pruritic properties with cooling and refrigerant action on your skin and reduces your burning sensation.
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