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Excessive saliva build up in throat, rashes on arms and legs. Due to stress?

Whenever i am stressed, i feel that my saliva is building up just in my esophagus and my throat . It bothers me a lot. And then, i am not sure if it is related, i develop some kind of a hives-like rashes in my body especially in the arms and legs. I dont take any medication. I just sleep the night and when i wake up, the rashes are gone. How can i get rid of these?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Thanks for coming to HCM. Stress causes cortisol and some other hormones to increase in body. It makes sebaceous glands increase production and hence skin becomes more oily. If you already have rosacea, psoriasis or eczema, that can get worsened with stress. Stress can also cause hives and other type of skin rash.
You should follow a regualar skin-care regimen even if you are stressed or tired. Exercise regularly and do things that you enjoy to keep stress to minimum, take good night sleep. You can contact a counsel or psychiatrist who can help you with stress management.
Wish you good health!
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