4You break out in hives

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Splash cold wa­ter on your skin fre­quently or switch to ac­tiv­i­ties in air-con­di­tioned lo­ca­tions. The flush usu­ally dis­ap­pears about 30 min­utes af­ter you stop ex­er­cis­ing, but if you have per­sis­tent red­ness, you may have rosacea, a skin dis­ease that causes flush­ing, red­ness, bumps, and pim­ples. It can be treated with oral and top­i­cal med­i­ca­tions.

Yes, you re­ally could be al­ler­gic to ex­er­cise. Ur­ti­caria is of­ten trig­gered by sweat­ing and an el­e­vated body tem­per­a­ture.

See a spe­cial­ist to rule out other con­di­tions. If it is ur­ti­caria, your doc­tor may rec­om­mend tak­ing an an­ti­his­tamine treat­ment

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