Hi there. For sweat therapy purposes, or even just going on holiday – is dry heat worse or humid heat for cholinergic urticaria? I suppose it’s like comparing a sauna to a steam room.
Are there any types of heat which might be difficult with cholinergic urticaria? I know someone on the forum mentioned they planned to go to SE Asia but weren’t sure on the heat/humidity and level of reaction.
I’ve heard humid air makes you sweat more but then, as it sticks to the skin, you can’t really cool off.