Urticaria is a skin disease that causes the appearance of spots of different sizes on the skin, while their location keeps changing constantly. These spots cause itching and tingling and harm the physical appearance of the patient.
Urticaria is caused, among other factors, by exposure to allergens or a dysfunction of the immune system or a delicate emotional state.
Dietary supplements and catalysts created by “Tivoni” company improve the abilities of the body to deal with the causes of urticaria.
Treatment by Tivoni
|Urticaria||Direction for use||Monthly|
|BeauTiv||2 capsules, twice a day, with meal.||2 Boxes|
|Cell Oxygen 2||1 tablespoon, 3 times a day, with meal (start gradually).||2 Bottles|
|CareTiv||Infants: Consult with the Training Division of TIVONI by email@example.com|
|Children: Consult with the Training Division of TIVONI by firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Adults: 2-3 capsules, twice a day, about 30 minutes far from meal.||2-3 Boxes|
|*For the most comprehensive and precise treatment, and in severe cases, please contact the Training Division of TIVONI by email@example.com|
Did you know?
The incidence of urticaria in the general population is about 20%, which means that every fifth person experiences urticaria at least once during lifetime.
- Red, hot and convex areas on the skin
- The infected areas disappear and reappear in different places over the body every few hours
- The infected area is hot to touch
- The infected area is burning and itching
Types of disease
Usually, the urticaria is divided into types based on the length of the sickness:
- Acute urticaria – lasts up to six weeks
- Chronic urticaria – lasts over six weeks in a row, including periods of relief and exacerbations.
The chronic urticaria is divided into two types, due to the cause of the disease:
- Autoimmune chronic urticaria – the illness is being developed due to disturbances in the activity of the immune system.
- Physical urticaria – the illness is being caused by trauma, exposure to various components or other physical reasons.
Urticaria may be diagnosed by a comprehensive series of tests, including blood test, urine test, feces test and others, as requested by the doctors. The patient may also be advised to check for allergies in order to rule out the possibility or to treat the patient accordingly to the allergens he was exposed to in his surroundings.