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Rosacea – A Chronic Skin Problem

 

 

 

Rosacea (pronounced roh-Zay-sha) is a frequently mistaken chronic skin disease usually surfacing on the face. Millions of people have been affected by this condition particularly women between the ages of 30 and 50 without even being aware of its existence. The similarity to other skin complaints makes it very hard to diagnose with it easily being wrongly identified as sun burn or an acne related problem. As there are no specific remedies related to rosacea you can take some measures to control this problem.

There are four subtypes of rosacea:

• Erythematotelangiectatic rosacea: reflected by flushing and enduring redness including visible blood vessels.

• Papulopustular rosacea: is determined by persistent redness with short-lived bumps and pimples

• Phymatous rosacea: thickens the epidermis which usually brings about increasing nose size due to excess tissue

• Ocular rosacea: impacts the eye resulting in problems such as dry eye,tearing and burning sensation, inflamed or puffy eyelids, persistent sty’s, endangerment for your eyes producing loss of vision from cornea deterioration.

 

Causes of Rosacea

As the cause of rosacea is unclear, some theories have been drawn to shed some light on this chronic skin condition.

• Blood Vessel Malfunction: Some problem with the blood vessel that may cause blood vessels to swell which leads to flushing and blushing.

• Hereditary and Natural factors: A genetic predisposition with the combination of natural or environmental component to create this skin tone condition.

• Specific Skin color: It can be stated that this condition affects lighter-complexioned skin more than other skin types.

 

Aggravating Rosacea

Rosacea can get severe due to sunlight, physical or mental stress, headaches, sinus, pre-dominant allergic conditions, spicy food, extreme temperatures and alcohol. The aggravation may differ from person to person and sometimes may not even need a triggering factor.

 

Signs and symptoms of Rosacea

• Flushing: This will cause recurrent blushing in addition to flushing which can be seen as the first indication of this skin problem

• Persistent Redness: This is a regular occurrencewith people suffering from this problem. Your face turns red which is mainly mistaken as sunburn.

• Bumps and Pimples: Sometimes your face is covered with pus-filled pimples or small bumps. These may look like acne accompanied with burning and stinging sensation..

• Visible Blood Vessels: Many small blood vessels appear on your face.

• Other frequent signs usually are eye soreness or maybe watery eyes, redness, dry skin, skin thickens, face swelling or maybe swollen eyelids.

 

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