Getting rid of hives at home is actually easier than you might think. Of course, we are not going to talk about over-hyped ‘natural’ solutions, which don’t work at all, we’ll simply look at an easy to apply and completely natural process, which anyone who wants can easily apply. That process is described in detail
Hives are one of the most controversial and misunderstood conditions. Even some doctors are still not in touch with the newest research and developments in this field. Before 2009, everyone thought that hives are a simple skin allergy and therefore – has to be treated with anti-allergens. Now we know that this is not true. However, anti-allergens do seem to work because of their mechanism of action – they simply stop blood plasma from escaping in-between tissue cells. However, there is a problem with this approach. Let’s look at some of them.
First of all, by their mechanism of action, anti-allergy medication actually makes the outbreaks worse. That’s because of the ‘repetition effect’, which happens in the cellular wall and makes each hives outbreak worse than the previous one. That’s why you must be careful if you decide to use medications to treat hives. It’s not that medication is bad. It’s that it doesn’t cure the problem, only treats it. This brings us to the next problem. What most people who suffer from hives do is the following: they continuously apply the anti-allergy medications, which get rid of the problem temporarily. But then, the outbreaks happen again and they must use the drugs continuously in order to cope with the outbreaks. Of course, if you suffer from hives only once a month that is okay, but the frequency of the symptoms tends to increase over time.
That’s why we must use a smarter way of dealing with hives. One of the best ways to do that is to look at the underlying condition, which actually causes the hives. There always is an underlying problem which does that. Once you identify it and eliminate it, you will permanently stop suffering from hives outbreaks and will no longer need any medications.
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