Have you ever asked yourself, “why do I awaken with hives?” or “how do I stop getting hives?”. Many people write to me and ask why they have hives and what they can do about them. Hives are something that a lot of people suffer from and need help with, so in this blog, I will explain the different kinds of hives and what causes them.
Waking up with hives is a truly horrifying experience. It’s not fun and it’ll ruin your day. I’ve been suffering from this since I was seven years old and last week, I finally felt brave enough the find out what was causing them and how to get rid of them for good.
Why Do I Wake up with Hives?
Have you ever noticed that you wake up with hives? It’s not simply you and it is not simply a coincidence.
It turns out, there are several reasons why your skin may break out in hives. The most common cause is stress. If your body is under a lot of stress, it can release histamines, which causes blood vessels to dilate and capillaries to leak fluid into the surrounding tissue. This leakage causes redness and swelling in other words: hives!
Other common triggers include allergies and medications, such as antihistamines or birth control pills.
If you’re concerned about waking up with hives, talk to your doctor about what might be causing them. They’ll be able to help guide you toward an appropriate treatment plan so that you can get on with your life without worrying about waking up with hives all the time!
So here’s what we’re going to do: first, we’re going to talk about what hives are and what causes them (because you’ll want to know). Then we’ll go through some tips and tricks for making sure your body doesn’t go into allergic shock when you go to bed at night. And lastly, we’ll discuss how you can prevent hives from happening again in the future.
If you wake up with hives, you might be worried that your body is trying to tell you something.
But don’t worry! Hives are a very common skin condition. They’re also not a symptom of anything serious—so they’re nothing to stress over too much.
Here are three things that can cause hives:
In most cases, hives are temporary and will go away on their own without treatment within one to three days after exposure to an allergen. However, if you have recurrent episodes of hives or they last longer than three days at a time, you may want to seek medical attention as it could be a sign of another underlying condition such as allergies or a more serious illness