Rosacea Support Group

Rosacea is a common but often misunderstood condition that is estimated to affect over 45 million people worldwide. It begins as flushing and redness on the central face and across the cheeks, nose, or forehead but can also affect the neck, chest, scalp or ears.

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  • JennAdeleK

    Memorial Day Tips To Prevent Flare Ups

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    The National Rosacea Society just posted their recommendations on how rosacea folks can safely enjoy the upcoming holiday weekend. Passing it along and wishing everyone the very best!!!https://www.rosacea.org/weblog/safeguard-memorial-day-weekend-unwanted-flare-ups
  • JennAdeleK

    Food, Beverages & Rosacea

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    Something to think about:https://www.rosacea.org/patients/itworksforme/food-beveragesI, personally, found that avoiding high histamine options, as well as histamine liberators, made a huge difference in my rosacea symptoms...http://www.histamineintolerance.org.uk/about/the-food-diary/the-food-list/Wishing everyone the very best!
  • Living with rosacea is sort of like having to learn a very exotic and rigorous dance, where one misstep at any point in time can mess up the whole rhythm and send you right back to a painful starting point. There are things I know now that I wish someone had told me when I was first diagnosed, aspects that if I had been aware of them then would've made learning the dance a whole lot easier.1....
  • JennAdeleK

    Neuropathic Itch

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    It is now understood that certain forms of rosacea can have neurological origins and/or concerns. As someone who lives with neurogenic rosacea, I am all too familiar with neuropathic itch and nerve pains. Below is a link to a short read on neuropathic itching:http://patients.aan.com/news/?event=read&article_id=9356Hopefully, it provides some insight for sufferers who may need neurological...
  • JennAdeleK

    Psychological Impact Of Rosacea

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    Often overlooked, the psycholgical impacts of having such a volatile and unpredictable disease as rosacea can be extensive. The article linked to below touches a bit on that aspect and advises finding support and understanding through various means...http://www.the-dermatologist.com/content/look-psychosocial-impact-rosaceaBlessings!!!
  • I resonated with so many of the shares in this article... especially the burning, stinging, and pain. For me, it's not just a blush, bumps, or heat. As someone living with neurogenic rosacea, there is a lot of nerve pain that can occur with a flare, and a lot of general sensitivity even on the good days...https://themighty.com/2015/09/17-things-people-with-rosacea-wish-you-understood/
  • Knowledge is power! And, if there is one thing I've learned from living with rosacea, it's that staying informed is key to proper treatments and future preventions...http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/309658.php
  • JennAdeleK

    PTSD & Rosacea

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    Yup, there is not surprisingly a link. My moods and stress have always affected my rosacea, and now science is catching up to that fact...https://www.rosacea.org/weblog/scientists-identify-connection-between-ptsd-and-rosacea
  • deleted_user

    Is this rosacea??

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    I have a dermatologist appointment in about a month, but I'm afraid I already know he's going to tell me it's rosacea. My face looks like it is sunburned in the middle of winter. Everywhere is red except for around my eyes. I have a very pale skin tone, so it looks very out of place on me. Its not very red when I'm in cold temperatures, but as soon as I get hot, or embarrassed, or even eat...
  • JennAdeleK

    5 Benefits of Having Rosacea

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    Since my diagnosis almost three months ago, it has been a challenge trying to find the silver lining in my situation of having a chronic condition - rosacea. However, being almost three months into therapy, as well, and feeling my body begin to heal and balance back out, I now have the time and energy to consider the light within the darkness.Here are five distinct benefits I've personally...
  • JennAdeleK

    The Benefits Of Rosacea

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    Rosacea can be a hard condition to live with even on the best of days, but in this forum thread folks with rosacea actually discuss some of the positive things this condition has brought into their lives. Very uplifting!!!https://rosaceagroup.org/The_Rosacea_Forum/showthread.php?30030-Benefits-of-RosaceaBlessings to all!!!
  • JennAdeleK

    New Comorbidity Study Out Of Denmark

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    The news isn't great, but it's still good to be aware of the latest findings...https://www.rosacea.org/weblog/study-investigates-link-between-rosacea-and-certain-types-cancer
  • JennAdeleK

    New Study on Alcohol's Link to Rosacea

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    The information here I have yet to see anywhere else, so I definitely wanted to share...https://www.rosacea.org/weblog/new-study-finds-alcohol-raises-risk-rosacea-womenIt also makes me a little regretful that I partied as much as I did in my 20's.
  • Matika

    Duobrazja

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    Z pewnością każda z Pań wie co to peeling co więcej stosuje go w domu. Tymczasem naturalnie dla przypomnienia peeling to nic innego jak mechaniczne lub enzymatyczne złuszczanie naskórka. Współcześnie mamy do wyboru mnóstwo metod takich zabiegów, natomiast ja pragnęłabym zaprezentować zabieg duobrazji, jaki robiłam w salonie Depilart w Olsztynie. Duobrazja to zabieg dwojakiego...
  • Matika

    Depilart

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    Od jekiegoś już czasu w gabinetach kosmetycznych czy salonach dermatologii estetycznej pojawiły się usługi depilacji laserowej poszczególnych partii ciała. Tak w istocie po raz pierszy metodę tę rozpoczęto wykorzystywać już w latach 60-tych, wprawdzie z mikrą efektywnością a właściwie z dużą szkodliwością. Urządzenia miały zanadto długą falę lasera nie likwidowały...