You may think of hot spots as acute. But most of the time they’re a symptom of a more serious condition … like chronic stress, food sensitivities, energy stagnation or liver imbalances.
Known as acute moist dermatitis or pyoderma, the dreaded hot spot should be called the “red, gooey, inflamed, hairless spot varying in symptoms, size and severity” spot.
More commonly known causes of hot spots include:
Fleas and other bug bites
But they can also be caused by imbalances in the liver, immune system … or some type of injury or instability in the body.
Hot spots are damp and bring heat and inflammation to the skin. Most hot spots are a result of too much heat produced in the body … blocking the movement of energy.
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