How to distinguish an allergic reaction to frost from normal?
Recognizing a cold allergy is not easy – as a rule, its symptoms are very similar to the body’s natural reaction to frost and the symptoms of other allergic reactions.
At first, small itchy rashes or redness appear – cold urticaria, which can “bloom” in open areas of the body during walks.
Then the rash can spread throughout the body. Most often, cold allergies occur at temperatures below -10, but sometimes it also occurs at zero. High humidity and strong winds can aggravate itching and redness.