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You’re probably tired (really tired!) of these hives that attack you suddenly when walking on the street. How can we describe the attack? Bees huge attack? Maybe that’s the closest description.
Does this sound familiar: Itchy red skin, extra sensitivity to sun and elevated temperature, you probably left the gym, and you feel very often really awkward, and these hives prevented you from enjoying the summer and the beach. In this article, I’m going to give you some advice, and tell you how my hives decreased nearly 95% , especially since every doctor you visit stands helpless and clueless, which has disappointed hundreds of sufferers.
Follow this guide to get rid of this Undefined Allergy: [Editor’s note: Always check with a doctor before trying any medications or exercise/sweat therapy]
1-Talk to your doctor about AERIUS tablets; it contains Desloratadine 5mg and Hydroxyzine, and take them regularly. Don’t miss any dose.
2-Stay warm. Yes, you read it right: keep your body temperature elevated, and don’t cool it down.
2-Expose your whole body to direct heavy strong sunlight for 20-30 minutes daily. Your skin should start feeling itchy, but just resist, resist, resist. When the situation gets TERRIBLE (it will!), cool down your body, and then go again to the sunlight. Your body should start sweating, especially your back and your chest. This is hard, because this allergy happens because the body can’t sweat properly–that’s what the doctors have recently said, after the latest experiences.
3-After doing this, run for 15 minutes, your skin will feel itchy in 3 to 7 minutes, resist , and decrease your speed until you finish the 15 minutes, we are trying here to make you sweat.
4-We’re at night now: go to your bed, wear heavy clothes, and get a hair dryer. Turn it on and set the temperature of air to medium, put it under your bed cover and get yourself under your cover. The hives should come back, but resist until your back becomes wet, because the most affected area from the hives is your forehead and your back.
5-You won’t smell good, so take a hot bath. You’ll feel itchy again, but just resist. Always resist (it’s hard, I know).
6-Within 2 to 3 weeks, your body should start sweating nearly properly like before. This is a good sign.
**Before following this guide, please DECREASE the sodium level in your body, which means to basically AVOID eating salt and olive.
**You’ll get disappointed the first week. Keep this in mind, and you’ll think you are no better, things will get better over time.
How do you know you’re getting better?
**Hives attack will become shorter, and you will notice that your body now supports higher temperatures that used to cause you hives before. This is a good sign, and you’ll be able to sleep, at least.
Hope you all feel better! Doctors gave us no help at all. God bless.