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5 Ways to Treat Exercise-Induced Hives

Exercising might bring on hives because of a rise in core body temperature. An allergic response known as exercise-induced anaphylaxis might include hives in very rare instances. Extreme itching and the appearance of raised lumps or welts are common signs of hives. In addition to hives, other symptoms of anaphylaxis include swelling of the face, tongue, or hands and trouble breathing.

It is important to determine the reason while treating exercise-induced hives. However, a combination of cooling down, anti-itch lotion, allergy medicine, and an oatmeal bath may alleviate the rash. Dermatologist Amy Huang, MD, who is board-certified, states that the exact causes of exercise-induced anaphylaxis are currently unknown. Read the article.