A Permanent Approach To Treat Hives Fast [UPDATED]

If you suffer from chronic urticaria, maybe this is your first search. Maybe you’ve had enough of ineffective treatments and are tired of drugs, steroids and the same approaches that you find on mainstream health websites.

If that is the case, then frankly, this will be the most life-saving post you’ll ever read.

You’re about to discover some of the most powerful, safe and proven methods  for getting rid of all types of urticaria and angioedema permanently and never getting them again.

When Sarah, a normal, 21-year-old girl had hives for the first time, she thought that she could take a shower and sleep to wake up the next day hives-free. Well, Santa isn’t real!

After a few visits to the doctor’s office, it turned that out she had chronic hives. You know, those rashes that ruin your life, those welts that won’t stop itching. Trust me There is no point in trying to suppress that urge to scratch. You can’t really help it.

Itching isn’t as much of a problem as hiding at home for days so that nobody sees you in that way.

Sarah took every medication possible, from the casual antihistamines to steroids, passing through vitamin supplements and epinephrine shots.

What’s the matter with that girl?

To get a better understanding, let’s delve deeper into the anatomy of hives.

Hives form when your body releases a chemical called histamine. Histamine causes your blood vessels to leak, causing swelling (edema) under the skin. It’s a perfect 5-star hotel for bacteria. So, a logical treatment would be an anti-histamine agent to cease histamine production. Is that silly or what?

It’s the same as taking fever pills  when you actually suffer from tonsillitis.

It is not easy to know what really causes hives. Dermatologists find it hard to treat this situation precisely. Don’t believe me? Look at what the doctors had to say:

I think I made a point, so move on.

Now, let’s scrutinize every possible reason why you get hives. There are allergies, but what else? We’ve got autoimmunity.

These are the main reasons behind urticaria in the scenario of allergy. Your body doesn’t tolerate specific ingredients in food, mainly wheat and some amino-acids in protein.

But how could you be allergic to bananas or avocados?

Well, it depends on the type of amino-acids that forms the protein each fruit contains; bodybuilders know that egg protein is different from milk protein.

We call being allergic to flour, wheat and barley celiac disease or gluten intolerance. And we call being allergic to avocados a latex allergy; latex can be found in its natural form (fruits) or modified (balloons, condoms, gloves, etc.).

The majority of cases, especially the ones doctors find difficulties with, are due to autoimmunity.

Autoimmunity simply means that whenever something is wrong with your body, your defense system freaks out and tries to solve the problem by releasing anti-bodies. In your case, this is histamines.

There are some other types of urticaria which are chronic but can be handled by taking simple actions:

Cold urticaria: Take a hot bath.

Heat urticaria: Ice bag, cold shower

Cholinergic urticaria: see cause and treatment here.

Now, to get rid of chronic urticaria, you may try some anti-inflammatory solutions or anti-bacterial gel. You can apply:

Anti-Bacterial products: There are plenty of them, and they might work for you. They’re tested, and they worked for many, although they won’t solve the problem permanently.

Aloe vera gel: Aloe vera is such a magical plant. It’s what that high-priced, nicely labeled cream contains. Apply aloe vera gel on your skin and enjoy the feeling of its instant soothing effect.

Castor oil: This one is very effective as an anti-bacterial solution because castor seeds contain toxic chemicals, and it’s very fatal if castor leaves are eaten. The oil, however, isn’t dangerous. However, precaution is required. Don’t swallow it, and keep it away from the reach of children.

Quercetin: Quercetin is a polyphenol compound in the flavonoid family of antioxidants. In simpler words, it’s a natural antihistamine, anti-inflammatory and immunity enhancer.

Quercetin’s antihistamine properties are now well-established.  It has been found to stabilize mast cells in a way that helps lower stress-induced anxiety and allergic reactions.

Drink a lot of water and stay away from alcohol. That is not some cheesy advice; I strongly suspect that alcohol is the indirect reason behind autoimmune urticaria because hives are not common in non-drinking societies.

The eBook, Urticaria No More, (which is the main source for our information) reveals how to deal with severe delayed pressure urticaria and how hives during pregnancy or during you period can be very serious. In the book, you can discover the one program you should take to isolate the possible triggers for your allergies and the permanent cure to get rid of chronic, idiopathic urticaria for good.

How To Get Rid of Hives Fast  is not a complicated medical website nor a boring online encyclopedia, but rather a place where you will find simple, to-the-point and effective information that is backed by research and presented in a simple way that you can understand and apply. The blueprint, Urticaria No More, was released by Yassin Madwin; the book will dramatically increase your chance of getting rid of all types of urticaria and angioedema.


 

The One Simple Cause and Cure for Cholinergic Urticaria

Medical Disclaimer: This post is written for informational purposes only. A part of this post discusses some medicine used to treat cholinergic urticaria which only your doctor has the authority to prescribe. Please, before you take any medication, talk to your healthcare supervisor.

 
Cholinergic urticaria is one of the physical types of urticaria brought on by a physical stimulus. It is clinically characterized by pinpoint-sized, highly pruritic wheals. However, the symptoms diminish quickly, usually within one hour.

Cholinergic urticaria affects both men and women alike, and unlike all the other types of hives, cholinergic urticaria seems to be more common in men than in women.

In comparison to other chronic urticaria types, cholinergic is uncommon and constitutes 5.1% of all chronic urticaria diagnoses.

 

What causes Cholinergic Urticaria?

CU is typically provoked by stimulation such as heat, prolonged exposure to sun, and emotional stress, which elevates the body’s core temperature and promotes sweating. Although warmth, sunlight or exercise can induce cholinergic urticaria, the actual cause is sweating.

 

Here is a picture explaining scientifically how cholinergic urticaria occurs.
Choniergic-urticaria-pathology
 

Don’t worry, in the next few moments we’ll demystify the puzzle. By understanding how cholinergic urticaria is caused, you will understand what can be done to easily get rid of it. Sound fair enough?

There are two types of causes of cholinergic urticaria – one can be called “direct” and the second can be called “peripheral”. The direct cause is sweating hypersensitivity. The peripheral cause takes a longer cycle to end up releasing histamine, which Yassin Madwin mentioned in his book.  The fact of the matter is that this “indirect” cause is another type of urticaria. In this post I’m going to focus on the direct cause: sweating hypersensitivity.

 

You are aware that your sweat, your hormones, whatever is inside you is there to do a certain job, and that job does not include breaking you out in hives. Thus, you must be doing something wrong, right?

What causes cholinergic urticaria is the stimulation of a chemical called acetylcholine. Acetylcholine is proven to induce both sweating and wheals when injected underneath your skin. And you wouldn’t believe why you break out in cholinergic urticaria: it’s simply because you eat too much salt. Yes, that is the actual cause of your mysterious hives.

 

Table salt or any other food rich in sodium can trigger and aggravate your cholinergic urticaria. Sodium stimulates acetylcholine release. You can see how this mechanism works here.

 

How to treat Cholinergic Urticaria.

Cholinergic urticaria can be treated permanently by avoiding salt and sodium-rich foods in general.

Canned foods, sauces, French fries, soup packets – all of these contain way more than the amount of sodium your body needs, which is set at 1500 mg/day.

Reducing or avoiding those types of food is for the long term. Quick treatments for cholinergic urticaria include: Nonsedating H1 receptor antagonists, such as Cetirizine, Danazol,  and beta-blockers, such as Propranolol.

Your doctor may prescribe medication:

  • 4 mg of chlorpheniramine maleate (histidine), 3 times daily.
  • 200 mg of cimetidine (tagadine), 3 times daily.

 

Antihistamines won’t do much because histamine plays a very minor role in cholinergic urticaria.

The most effective treatment for cholinergic urticaria according to Yassin Madwin is through desensitization using partially purified sweat antigen. You can call it diluting your sweat. This technique succeeded in 5 out of 6 patients (83%). Note that and give it to your dermatologist – he will know what to do next.

 
Urticaria no more is not a complicated scientific book, but rather a simple and to the point blueprint anyone can follow. In this book you’re going to discover the one link between all types of urticaria, how you can easily get rid of chronic idiopathic urticaria, how hives during pregnancy and menstruation can be very serious, and much more….