Living With Rosacea

Living With Rosacea

Learning that you have rosacea can be difficult, but there are many treatments for rosacea that make the condition manageable. However, living with rosacea involves a lot more than treating the symptoms when you have flare-ups. What it really comes down to is a lifestyle change. Rosacea flare-ups are not always foreseeable, but there are some definite triggers that can aggravate the condition. By learning what these are and avoiding them, it is entirely possible to live a happy, fairly breakout-free life. The primary triggers for rosacea are exposure to intense heat and sunlight, and conditions of extreme or constant stress. Taking simple steps to prevent sun exposure can help, and tactics like yoga and light meditation can help to reduce your stress levels, thereby lowering your risk for a flare-up. Other lifestyle changes could include curtailing your alcohol consumption and avoiding spicy foods. Your dermatologist can help you determine what your personal triggers are and how best to neutralize them.

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