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Natural TreatmentUrticaria is a raised, itchy rash that appears on the skin. The rash can be limited to one part of the body or spread across large areas of the body.Urticaria can develop gradually or suddenly, and can be widespread throughout the body, or be centralized in a particular area.The appearance of urticaria is usually due to an allergic reaction and can be caused by direct contact with an irritant. Urticaria can also develop among those with autoimmune disorders such as lupus. Urticaria is not contagious, and it cannot be passed along from skin to skin contact.There are many food allergens which trigger urticaria, which is why it’s especially critical to pinpoint whether one may be allergic to a specific food. Some of the most common food allergies include nuts, peanut butter, fish, eggs, milk, dairy, citrus and wheat products.Other common causes of urticaria can include pet dander, pollen, dust, outdoor allergens, mites, insect bites, chemicals and latex products. Additionally, an individual may develop urticaria when exposed to stressful situations. Usually, in these instances, the rash will disappear once the stressful event is over.These substances cause the blood vessels in the affected area of skin to open up (often causing redness or pinkness) and become leaky. This extra fluid in the tissues causes swelling and sometimes itchiness.In most cases of long-term urticaria, there is no obvious cause. However, most experts think it’s often caused by the immune system mistakenly attacking healthy tissue. Certain triggers make the symptoms worse, such as:
drinking alcohol or caffeine

emotional stress

warm temperatureNatural Treatment for UrticariaBaking Soda Make a paste out of water and baking soda and apply to the affected area. This recipe helps relieve itching and inflammation caused by urticaria.Fish Oil Use the liquid from a 1,000mg fish oil capsule to apply to the hives. The oil contains fatty acids, which promote healthy skin and decrease inflammation.IceIf you aren’t sensitive to cold temperatures, ice compressions may be the best choice for getting rid of hives. The ice reduces inflammation, itching, and relieves itchy.VinegarMix vinegar and warm water on a 1:1 ration; use a cotton ball to gently apply the solution to your skin.OatmealTake a bath in pre-soaked oatmeal water; the oatmeal contains anti-inflammatory properties that will help soothe your skin.

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