(EIA) exercise-induced Anaphylaxis is a form of chronic urticaria caused by movement. Serious people call experience, but also the symptoms of an allergic reaction, anaphylaxis. Like hives, people with EIA can be breathing (shortness of breath, wheezing), cardiovascular problems (dizziness, low blood pressure) and gastrointestinal symptoms (nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea). As its name suggests, EIA is produced as a result of the exercise. Each form can exercise such as jogging, tennis, swimming, hiking or even strenuous tasks, chronic urticaria exercise such as shoveling snow. Symptoms may begin to fatigue, heat, itching and redness, usually within a few minutes after the beginning of the year. Start exercising more hives and swelling of the face, lips, eyes and throat (angioedema) and ultimately include anaphylaxis. Cholinergic urticaria is similar to the EIA in this exercise, or anything that increases raises the temperature of the body, urticaria. However in the MSRP, exercise only solve the symptoms, while another increase in body temperature, z. B. hot shower, no. Like other types of chronic urticaria, EIA ' cause is unknown. However, many people have a different trigger that causes the symptoms along with the exercise. These triggers are different medications, a variety of food, alcohol, cold and menstruation. Usually symptoms will not cause exercise or the specific trigger only. But if the person, the triggers and exercise then the EIA, is exposed, they may have symptoms. Drugs. .