How to treat sun allergy naturally?

Cure sun allergy

Cure sun allergy naturally

I am glad to welcome you. 🙂 Today we can talk a little about how to treat sun allergy naturally. So, unfortunately, many people in the world are dealing with various allergies today. The immunity of many people is declining and various allergies caused by unhealthy lifestyles and unhealthy diets are appearing more and more.

We all know that the sun is one of the main sources of life and energy, but unfortunately, even the bright rays of the sun can be dangerous to our health and cause unwanted allergic reactions and unpleasant itching on the skin, but there is always prevention to prevent it naturally. 

The most common symptoms of sun allergy

When someone is too sensitive to the sun, it manifests itself in skin rashes and itching, burning, and so on. It appears after a few hours of being in the sun

Photo allergy

This type of allergy occurs due to the action of some photosensitizing drugs. These include antibiotics, diuretics, cytostatics, or some chemicals such as various creams (Lotion, tonic, and various creams) this type of cream can be the cause of various phenomena on the skin such as rashes, itching, redness, burns, and so on.

sun allergy hives

Before this type of allergy appears we must not ignore the symptoms 

The symptoms of this type of allergy must not be ignored in the beginning, it can be mildly itchy and cause great nervousness in people. Unfortunately, many do not know what the consequences of this allergic phenomenon are.

We must not neglect that the red and white dots appear at the very beginning when these hives symptoms appear these symptoms usually last for a short time and may go away in a few hours.

We must know that they can also appear in other places such as hands, legs, and back. we must know that there are two types of reactions here, acute and chronic, which we must not neglect. Relieve cramps naturally

In the very beginning, when we notice these reactions, we must consult a doctor.

The acute form of this allergy

The acute onset of this allergy often occurs in children and subsides quickly, but a visit to a dermatologist is necessary. So now we know that children would be the most sensitive group where this acute allergy occurs.

Chronic allergy

Chronic allergy often appears in adults. The skin rash of this chronic allergy can last from six to seven weeks. it is absolutely necessary to go immediately to a dermatologist, or an expert doctor.

A medical examination is necessary to avoid major complications. It is better to prevent in time than to cure. 🙂

Sunburn natural remedies

Tips and recommendations

If you decided to travel with children for example 🙂 The best trip is with your little ones.

Of course, we must know that traveling with children requires great caution. With a baby under one year old, it is not at all advisable to travel for a long time, especially not by plane because of the high pressure in the ears.

we have to stop the sunburn in time

Dermatologists do not recommend exposing children under one year to the sun.

So, when we go sunbathing, we should apply the cream before leaving the house, although some creams say that they work immediately, this may not always be true.

We must also know that when we apply the cream we must apply it to all parts of the body ultraviolet rays are very harmful regardless of whether the sun is visible or not, ultraviolet rays also work through clouds.

Regardless of which protective factor we use for sun protection, all protective factors work the same and must be applied every hour.

People with lighter white skin need to apply more sunscreen than people with darker skin. Many people forget to protect body parts such as the ears and feet. Healthy food for the skin

The skin of the scalp, ears, and feet are very thin, so it is especially important to emphasize that we must not neglect these parts of the body. 

These parts of the body need to be lubricated often, especially the feet because we are often on the move. Dust collects and the layer we applied peels off and falls off, so we have to keep repeating it.

The best natural remedies for sunburn.

– tomato juice

Keep tomato juice for about 10:15 min on the irritating place on the skin. After that wash, the skin with water but do not dry it and leave the skin hydrated.

– Cucumber juice

Repeat this procedure with the cucumber as well as with the tomato juice, rinse the skin with water, and leave it hydrated

– Apricots

Mash the apricots and apply to the irritated area, hold for about 10-15 minutes, rinse with water and repeat this procedure daily until you see positive results.

– Honey

It is well known that honey has a beneficial effect on our skin, and honey face masks are especially good. So feel free to rub honey on the irritated area of the skin. Repeat this procedure two or three times a week.

– Aloe vera

It is a well-known fact that this amazing plant has a beneficial effect on our skin as well as on our overall health. Aloe vera juice and gel clean and remove all unnecessary toxins from our bodies.

Dehydrated organism

Symptoms of dehydration

Symptoms of a dehydrated organism are elevated temperature, fever, headache due to lack of water

I mentioned above in the text how to treat sun allergy naturally. We must never ignore a dehydrated body, this often happens in the summer, especially when we are a little more physically active, so the fact is that a dehydrated body can permanently damage and weaken our immunity Beyond body

Symptoms of dehydration

– Dry mouth, difficult speech, dry tongue

– Headache arising from great thirst

– Blurred vision with twinkling stars

– Strong cramps in arms and legs

– loss of consciousness and balance center

So these are just some of the known symptoms of dehydration. How can we prevent these symptoms?

The best prevention against the symptoms of dehydration is to take in as much liquid as possible every day, the best option is pure natural water, to two or three liters minimum.

Unsweetened herbal teas are also a great option. And freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juices are also a very good option

The best food against sun allergy

Recommended food

– Sea ​​fish

It is known that omega-3 fatty acids are very beneficial for our body and the defensive immune system

The recommendation is at least two or three servings of fish during the week.

Trout, mackerel, and sardines, this type of fish will effectively alleviate allergic reactions and of course, improve the overall state of health 🙂

– Orange and red fruits and vegetables

Speaking of which, how to treat sun allergy naturally experts advise three to four tomatoes or juice from this vegetable per day.

If you already have an allergy to the sun, this juice will relieve the irritation and itching of the skin that annoys you. Besides this sweet juicy delicious fruit, watermelon and red grapefruit are good.

These precious substances include alpha beta carotene, which is most abundant in carrots, pumpkins, and apricots. oranges, red peppers, and red and green vegetables, in general, should not be neglected either.

Be sure to include vegetables in your diet

Cauliflower, broccoli, and cabbage contain valuable compounds that are a good prevention against sun allergies. Their action strengthens the immune system due to its composition and vitamin C, which is an excellent antioxidant.

In addition to the fact that I have emphasized the best menu for the prevention of sun allergies, it should also be noted that cabbage is very effective for external use as a poultice for burns and skin damage.

Green leaves of various plants

We all know that the green leaves of basil and sage are very medicinal because they are full of carotenoids and polyphenols. These are antioxidants that strengthen our immunity and have a very beneficial effect on our skin.

They also reduce damage caused by harmful ultraviolet rays and calm violent reactions caused by the sun. 

Green tea

It is known how strong and powerful a weapon polyphenol is against allergic reactions from the sun. 

Foods to avoid

It is necessary to exclude sweeteners such as saccharin, sugar, and alcohol, in particular, should be thrown out of use completely.

Some scientific studies have shown that certain vegetables cause and intensify sun allergy, namely Artichoke and Parsnip. It is especially advised not to consume certain plants as spices if we have an allergy to the sun.

Lemon, lemongrass, fig, St. John’s wort, calendula, dandelion, and arnica. these are very well-known medicinal plants for the skin, but when it comes to sun allergy, then you should avoid consuming these foods. Click here

I hope you like this little article of mine on how to cure sun allergy naturally 🙂

And I also hope that someone will be able to find themselves in this article and improve their overall health 🙂 I must emphasize that I am not a doctor or quack and that everyone should contact their doctor or nutritionist.

If anyone wants to contact me, they can leave me a comment and I will do my best to answer as soon as possible until then I wish you success and good health 🙂 Zveki…

4 thoughts on “How to treat sun allergy naturally?”

  1. Sadly, I have been a victim of the sun allergy hives. I struggle with psoriasis which has spread across my whole body and being outside, under the sun, for way too much time, often results in my psoriatic plaques to flourish in more painful ways. Aloe Vera has been a huge source of relief in my case. 

    • Aloe vera is an amazing plant, but in your case calcium, and magnesium is also good. Certain herbs and nuts as well as supplements. Thanks for the comment.

  2. These are actually one of the best methods for treating sun allergy which I have never really looked at. I enjoyed seeing the best food for this and this will help you to be able to help me more without putting something on my skin. I eat a lot of fish like salmon.

    • Yes of course omega-3 fatty acids are very healthy and an excellent defense mechanism against harmful ultraviolet radiation thank you for your comment and I wish you good health 🙂


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