4 replies, 5 voices Last updated by  Michael Perry 4 years ago
  • Charla

    I recently started getting stress hives. Painful. Want to positively stop getting them. Any idea?

  • DebS56

    I had them when I was about 11. They were horrible. I have had other anxiety issues over the years. If you have some alone time, it might help. Also, if you have time to work on a project(I sew). Walking and deep breathing help. Spending some time around animals can be fun and relaxing. Good luck.

  • Anonymous @

    Watch out for some foods, especially peanuts, eggs, nuts, shellfish, and some food additives. Certain pain medications, such as aspirin and ibuprofen
    Physical stimuli such as pressure, temperature, exercise, and sun exposure. Bacterial infections, including urinary tract infections Viral infections, such as the common cold and hepatitis, Pet dander, and even Pollen. See more at: https://www.healthline.com/health/signs-of-stress#brittle-nails

  • Michael Smith

    Dealing with stress is tough…it could be this, it could be that and you put yourself into a no-escape vicious circle which can actually cause more stress and degenerates into affections like teeth grinding(if you’re facing it, here’s how to fight it https://uvhero.com/how-to-stop-clenching-your-teeth/ ).

    I’ve recently discovered that the source of everything, good or bad, is the environment you’re in and the way to deal with an issue is to change the environment – simple but quite powerful…There’s this thing called epigenetics and Bruce Lipton says everything in The Biology of Belief – https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/140195247X/ – this book literally changed the way I see things and how I deal with day-to-day problems. Give it a try!

  • Michael Perry

    Hi! From my friend’s experience, I could say that a healthy lifestyle works best in this case: engaging in regular exercise, following a healthful, balanced diet. He also used mindfulness meditation to relieve stress. Moreover, it is said here https://addictionresource.com/drugs/marijuana/liquids-and-drinks/ that cannabis-infused drinks relieve stress. So if you cannot manage your stress level you could consult a doctor about using medical marijuana drinks because the most important in this case is to reduce anxiety and stay positive.

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