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How To Treat Hives And Get Relief

Updated on December 20, 2011

How To Treat Hives

Learning how to treat hives safely and naturally is the best way of getting fast relief from this condition. When you have hives you usually experience rashes on the skin which can become very itchy. Although this condition is not harmful, it can become very uncomfortable and treatment should be applied straight away to reduce the symptoms.

Hives are often caused by allergies and also too much stress, which is why it is important to boost your immune system to help with any symptoms of hives. Individuals who suffer from this condition usually have very sensitive skin and it is important that they use natural treatments which is safe for your skin.

You can also get hives if you are allergic to a particular type of food, so it is important that you find out what foods that you are allergic too. This can be done by seeing your doctor and getting an allergy test.

Once you find out what foods you are allergic to, this will reduce the risk of you or your children from getting hives. You should also reduce the amount of processed foods in your diet as this can also trigger an allergic reaction.

Natural Treatment For Hives

Here are a few tips on how to treat hives safely and naturally. By using these ingredients, they will be safe and gentle to the skin and body.

Aloe Vera Gel : Aloe Vera is effective in treating hives as it is very soothing when placed on the skin. It can also help reduce the itchiness of the skin as well.

Vitamin C : To boost your immune system, you should try and take 1000 mg of Vitamin C daily. You may also want to take a multi vitamin which can also help boost your immune system.

Cool Compresses : If your skin becomes very itchy, place cool compresses with a face towel on your skin. This should be done until you get relief.

Herbs: Consuming herbs such as echinacea, ginseng and licorice have been shown to help reduce your symptoms and treat hives effectively.

By using these natural ingredients daily, you should find relief from this condition and also reduce the itchiness of the skin. If you experience trouble breathing or wheeziness at any time, it is important that you go see a doctor straight away.

How To Treat Hives
How To Treat Hives

Your diet also plays a big role especially if you have allergies. Today our food contains so many preservatives that it can ruin our health. By eating only fresh produce, you will gain better health and also have a stronger immune system.

By including more fresh fruit and vegetables in your diet, you should see an improvement in your skin and also your health.

There are more products today in the market that use natural and organic ingredients, which makes it a lot easier to find the right products for you and your skin.

Once you learn How To Get Rid Of Hives correctly, you will know how to get effective treatment straight away and help reduce your symptoms.

Other resources you may find useful:

Hives Treatment For Adults


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    • Eleanor Candy profile imageAUTHOR

      Eleanor Candy 

      7 years ago from Australia

      Thanks May for visiting my hub. Aloe Vera is very effective for any type of skin condition.

    • May PL profile image

      May PL 

      7 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      Thank you, I find this hub very useful as my husband is currently experiencing hives that just won't go away. I will get him to give the Aloe Vera Gel a try!


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