What is Chronic Hives?

You’ve probably read plenty of articles on chronic hives and their cause but you still cannot overcome them or cure yourself completely. This happens to most people. You feel like you’re reading the same information repeated over and over again. That’s why I decided to write this article and give you my own two cents on how to combat chronic hives in the shortest period possible. Having chronic hives is like having the worst flu of your life all the time without any relief periods whatsoever.

What are Chronic Hives?

It can be hard to live with chronic hives, but they are not fatal.

Chronic hives are characterized by the presence of symptoms for more than six weeks. Chronic hives can be treated with antihistamines, corticosteroids and other medications.

Chronic Hives are also known as Chronic Urticaria (CU). It is a condition that causes people to have an itchy rash that comes and goes over time.

A person with chronic hives will have an itchy rash that lasts for more than six weeks or longer than four times per year.

The rash may appear in different areas at different times and may come back over time even after treatment for it has started to work. The rash usually gets worse when exposed to heat or cold weather conditions like air conditioning or heating systems in your home or workplace; after eating certain foods such as spicy foods; after exercising strenuously.

During stressful situations like exams at school or work meetings where you have to give presentations; after drinking alcohol or caffeine products containing caffeine such as coffee or soda drinks; during hot baths/showers; when taking medication that contains aspirin or ibuprofen (NSAIDs);


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