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heat rash
    #4585490 - 08/26/05 11:03 PM (11 years, 7 months ago)

I've been getting heat rash on the back of my neck here lately in the humid, hot days. Usually it's in the morning when I wake up then I just rush around until I get to work. It lasts about 2 hours after I get to work. It seems once I've cooled off at work I'm fine.

is there anything I can do to stop this? It's very painful and itchy, and I can't see the back of my neck, but people say it looks pretty bad... but it looks perfectly fine once I'm cooled down.


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Re: heat rash [Re: StonedShroom]
    #4585515 - 08/26/05 11:12 PM (11 years, 7 months ago)

Is it usually after you take a shower? Sometimes the minerals can cause a rash to your skin if your skin is very sensitive in certain area's..

If that's not it then it's probably the stress and the humidity together...Stress can cause many side effects...try and pace yourself and if you can't remember something for work write it down...


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Re: heat rash [Re: ManicDelirium]
    #4585544 - 08/26/05 11:28 PM (11 years, 7 months ago)

it's before and after my shower.

I usually use realitively cool water for a shower, and at the end I always run almost completely cold water, and stand where the stream hits the back of my neck.

I'm almost always steaming hot when I wake up, but I have the AC down and an oscilating fan and a ceiling fan... usually my room is the coldest room in the apt.


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Re: heat rash [Re: StonedShroom]
    #4585552 - 08/26/05 11:31 PM (11 years, 7 months ago)

Have you tried Aloe Vera?

Could probably be the heat also...Has it done this before during hot humid days? Not just in the morning...

O ya I also forgot to ask is what material is your pillow made of and stuffed with?


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Re: heat rash [Re: ManicDelirium]
    #4585567 - 08/26/05 11:36 PM (11 years, 7 months ago)

use sunburn relief- it's aloe vera, lidocaine, ibprofren, and minty menthol stuff

it seems to sooth it, and so far it's just been mornings the past few days. I've never had this before in my life that i can remember


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Re: heat rash [Re: StonedShroom]
    #4585591 - 08/26/05 11:44 PM (11 years, 7 months ago)

Strange...Rub the aloe vera on at night before you go to sleep and in the morning if the rash is still visible... Also try and wash your pillow case and sheets with a laundry detergent with no perfumes in it and don't use dryer sheets...

I'd just give it some time if it continues to happen over a course of a week or more try and go see a doctor to give you some anti-inflammatory medicine ...


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