ALCOHOL RASH ON CHEST
A red alcohol rash on the chest is one of the more common symptoms of allergy to alcohol. A red rash on your chest from alcohol allergy may either look like a sunburn over a large area of your chest or in blotches or patches.
The alcohol rash may also look more like poison ivy with bumps.
Sometimes the alcohol rash on chest is accompanied by itching. If your alcohol rash on your chest is itchy or tingly you can apply an anti itch cream. Although this will help to soothe the itching is not a recommended long-term solution to your alcohol rash on chest.
This is because the root cause of your alcohol rash as well as any other alcohol allergy symptoms you may have when you drink alcohol isn’t being dealt with. The root cause of your alcohol allergy rash, Acetaldehyde buildup, is actually cancer-causing. So although your short-term reaction to your alcohol allergy is a red rash on your chest long-term health implications are much more dire.
It is suggested you read alcohol allergy cancer risks.
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