Causes And Ways To Overcome Biduran After Exercise?
Mmm, I want to ask, I have to exercise suddenly my body feels hot and continues to bump like many hives, then my stomach feels chest pain too tight. That’s why?
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The various conditions that you experience may indicate cholinergic urticaria (cholinergic urticaria). This condition arises because the skin reacts excessively to heat and sweat that forms when body temperature rises, not only when you have finished exercising, but can also when bathing in warm water, in a hot environment, wearing tight clothing or being bandaged, and excessive sweating because panic, anxiety, nervousness, and so on. This reaction arises because it is modulated by the activity of nerve fibers in the sweat glands or also immune reactions that arise due to exposure to antibodies (immunoglobulin G) to sweat produced by the body.
As with other cases of urticaria, patients with cholinergic urticaria will find that their skin feels itchy, hot, accompanied by bumps, swelling, and redness. Not infrequently, sufferers will also experience other complaints, such as chest pain, shortness of breath, palpitations, diarrhea, excessive salivation, headaches, dizziness, wheezing, stomach cramps, or various other complaints. Often, this condition will subside itself within 30 to 60 minutes without the need for special handling.
Not only that, your complaints may also arise due to other causes, such as allergies to other substances (for example cold, food, dust mites, pollen, drugs, etc.), viral or bacterial infections, excessive mental stress, side effects of drugs, kidney disorders, liver disorders, dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), and so on. Differentiating each of these conditions can be done by direct examination or assisted by a number of supporting tests, for example allergy tests, x-rays, and so on. Therefore, if complaints are often repeated or very disturbing, try to check yourself directly to the doctor or dermatologist huh ..
Here are our initial suggestions:
When exercising, wear comfortable clothes, not tight, absorb sweat, rest when tired
Exercise indoors, not outdoors that is too hot
Don't over-scratch the itchy skin
To reduce itching, it is safer if you first apply calamine lotion to the itchy skin
Diligent shower, use cold water or room temperature, and mild soap
No excessive stress, increase relaxation, do not think too much
Keep your body clean
Compress chest pain and tightness with warm water
Do not carelessly take medicine without doctor's advice
Hope this helps ...