Numerous hives treatments available for the infection have to be appropriately applied to the affected body parts to deal with the infection.
Scientifically called as urticaria, hives rash is a skin allergy that affects throat, legs, arms and trunk region in humans.
It appears in circular forms that are usually seen as raised welts on the skin surface.
Frequent scratching over such body surfaces turns the hives sore.
To deal with such painful hives, well-timed identification of the symptoms and appropriate treatment helps.
What are the Common Reasons of Hives Infection? • Allergy of foodstuffs like tomatoes, nuts, shellfish, soy, chocolate and berries.
• Pollen or cat dander or contact with certain species of plants • Insect bites of bees and wasp stings • Particular kind of viral or fungus infection • Irritation caused due to constant wearing of tight fitting clothes • Infection due to parasites or bacteria How to Treat and Manage Hives? To treat and manage hives infection, using primary medications like antihistamines like Benedryl, Atarax, Seldane and Tagamet prove helpful.
In severe cases, corticosteroids are used while injections of epinephrine are used in life threatening cases.
For initial stages of hives rash, home remedies like maintaining the body temperature, avoiding heat, staying away from alcohol and wearing loose clothes can be practiced.
At times, diphenhydramine dose is advised along with chlorpheniramine in slight milligram quantity that can be consumed thrice a day.
These doses are likely to bring drowsiness in patients.
Hence, immediately after the intake, it is suggested not to drive or involve in such other activities.
Besides, a person can choose other available medicines that do not lead to weariness.
Hives treatment can also be treated with topical therapies that prove advantageous in many cases.
A topical therapy includes use of creams and lotions that lend a hand to cure the insensitive hives rash, nerve ends and to reduce the burning sensation.
The hives patients can also take advantage of camphor, menthol, diphenhydramine and pramoxine with the advice of medical practitioners.