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Unformatted text preview: typically returns shortly after treatment is suspended. Long-term treatment, usually one to two years, may result in permanent control of the condition for some patients. Lifelong treatment is often necessary, although some cases resolve after a while and go into a permanent remission. Prevention Prevention is about avoiding the risk factors which can include (% of suffers listing this as a trigger): Sun exposure 81% Emotional stress 79% Hot weather 75% Wind 57% Heavy exercise 56% Alcohol consumption 52% Hot baths 51% Cold weather 46% Spicy foods 45% Humidity 44% Indoor heat 41% Certain skin-care products 41% Heated beverages 36% Certain cosmetics 27% Medications (specifically stimulants) 15% Medical conditions 15% Certain fruits 13% Marinated meats 10% Certain vegetables 9% Dairy products 8%...
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