What are the causes of chronic hives? Before I go any further, I want to explain what is meant by the term “chronic hives.” Some people apply this term to new or persistent symptoms, but in this blog, we’re going to be talking about long-standing symptoms that have been present for quite some time. Chronic hives can affect many areas of your life, and it’s important to understand them so you can get on with your life.
Chronic hives are a problem that affects many people. One of the most effective ways to get rid of chronic hives is to control the cause of hives. But it may not easy for everyone. The following content will talk about hives and chronic hives and how you can cure them.
Some common causes of Chronic Hives
Chronic hives are usually caused by allergies, but the causes can vary. They can also be caused by infections and other medical conditions.
There are a variety of causes of chronic hives, but some of the most common are:
* Food allergies
* Medication reactions
* Stress and anxiety
* Drugs or alcohol
* Infections like Mono or HIV/AIDS
Chronic hives are a skin condition that causes itchy, red bumps to appear on the skin. These bumps can last for weeks or months and can be extremely uncomfortable.
The most common cause of chronic hives is an allergic reaction to something in your environment. For example, if you’re allergic to pollen, you may get hives when you go outside in the spring and summer.
Other possible causes include:
- Infection with viruses such as hepatitis C or HIV (the virus that causes AIDS)
- Injury to the nerve that sends messages from your skin to your brain (this injury could be caused by something like a vaccination)
- Insect bites: These can include bees, mosquitoes, and ticks.
- Job-related stress: People who work in jobs like nursing or teaching may experience stress at work that leads to chronic hives. In these cases, hives are usually triggered by stress rather than any specific irritant at work (like a chemical).