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Sun Allergy: Signs and Symptoms - Allergy Results
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Sun Allergy: Signs and Symptoms

Almost everybody exhibit some physical form of some sort due to sun allergy. Some have relatively minor symptomatic reactions like prickly heat whereas there are those who suffer from severe symptoms that can affect their way of life. There are people with extreme sensitivity who develop hives that can turn to blisters and spread to areas that are not directly exposed to the sun.

The reason is uncertain as to what causes sun allergy and why some people react differently than others. Most vulnerable are young children and infants who can be afflicted with welts that cover an entire area by forming a ring around the arms or legs. Simple skin irritation can quickly puff out to startling proportions.

Some children are also affected by a syndrome known as sun drunk, especially those who are prone to suffer from a sun allergy. A young child may go indoors after spending some time outside and stumble, lose balance, or otherwise display drunken behavior, hence, the term drunk. Some come in with glazed eyes and fall asleep quickly. The effects however are quickly gone once they are inside and have had enough time to recover, and there are no noticeable lasting effects.

There are various types of conditions under the title of sun allergy.
Some of these are the polymorphous light eruption (PMLE), actinic prurigo (hereditary PMLE), and photo allergic eruption. A rare form sun allergy is solar urticaria that usually affects women; its manifestations are large, itchy, red bumps or hives on the skin.

PMLE is a sun allergy that produces itchy skin rashes, and is relatively very common; on the other hand, hereditary PMLE normally occurs in people having an American Indian ancestry. The affliction of photo allergic eruption is a sun allergy that takes some time to diagnose; it is triggered when sunlight reacts with a chemical on or in the body such as sunscreen, lipstick, or medication. It is essential to be aware whether any medication you are taking can have an unfavorable reaction when exposed to the sun. If in unsure, it is always best to consult and ask your pharmacist for guidelines.

To prevent or possibly lessen sun allergy symptoms and reactions, it is compulsory to use a sunscreen with a rating of SPF 15 or greater. For children or those who suffer from solar urticaria, it is more advisable to use SPF 45+. In addition, sunscreen must be applied liberally on the skin and often. Whether or not someone has a known sun allergy, the application of a sunscreen should be dutifully and applied all over the body including the lips.

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