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WEDNESDAY, Sept. 9, 2015 (HealthDay News) Millions of Americans may wonder what caused them to develop the chronic skin disease rosacea. New research suggests the reason is half environmental.

WEDNESDAY, Sept. 9, 2015 (HealthDay News) Millions of Americans may wonder what caused them to develop the chronic skin disease rosacea. New research suggests the reason is half environmental and half genetic.

On the environmental side, sun exposure is the key contributor. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 9, 2015 (HealthDay News) Millions of Americans may wonder what caused them to develop the chronic skin disease rosacea. New research suggests the reason is half environmental and half genetic.

On the environmental side, sun exposure is the key contributor. Rosacea caused half by nature, half by lifestyle: study by Alan Mozes, Healthday Reporter If you have a family history of the skin condition, limit sun exposure, doctors say. (HealthDay)—Millions. what caused them to develop the chronic skin disease rosacea.

New research suggests the reason is half environmental and half genetic. On the environmental side, sun exposure is. Rosacea caused half by nature, half by lifestyle Health Day: Daniel Popkin, assistant professor of dermatology, discussed his study, which found that rosacea is caused by both genetics and lifestyle choices. “We now have strong evidence for the first time that there is clearly a genetic contribution,” he said. Ease your rosacea symptoms by increasing your water consumption. For a small inactive person, 8 to 10 glasses of water a day may be adequate, if you are over-weight, lead an active lifestyle, are outdoors a lot, or working in as stressful environment, you needs will be greater.

Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that causes intermittent redness on the checks, chin, nose, or forehead. There are 4 subtypes. Subtype 1 is most common, but an individual may have more than one subtype at the same time or it may evolve from one subtype to another over time. The cause of rosacea isn’t known.

It’s thought to be a response to ongoing inflammation in the body. Immune system changes and gut bacteria imbalance. Investigators concluded roughly half of the contribution to the rosacea score, as determined by the National Rosacea Society, is owing to genetics.3 Some investigators have speculated that a dysregulated immune response likely makes individuals more at risk of reacting to environmental stimuli like ultraviolet exposure and hot beverages.

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In fact, rosacea is probably 3–5 times more common in women, though solid epidemiologic data are lacking.

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Although not a lifethreatening disease, rosacea produces conspicuous facial redness and, in some patients, papules, pustules and rhinophyma that can have a deep impact on a patient’s quality of life.

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by Thomas Krieg, David R. Bickers, Yoshiki Miyachi
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2010

The precise causal pathways of rosacea remain unknown and there is much debate in the literature but no consensus.

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Although women are said to be more frequently affected by rosacea than men, the evidence for this is unclear.

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Doctors do not know exactly what causes rosacea, but most suspect that some people inherit a tendency to develop the disorder.

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by Carol Turkington, Jeffrey S. Dover
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Even more confounding, when rosacea first develops, it may appear, disappear, and then reappear a short time later.

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Pietschke K, Schaller M: Long-term management of distinct facial flushing and persistent erythema of rosacea by treatment with carvedilol.

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The etiology of rosacea, a chronic and often cyclic condition, is unknown.

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by Margaret Schell Frazier, RN, CMA, BS, Jeanette Drzymkowski, RN, BS
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2015

Research suggests a genetic component to rosacea because it tends to run in families, especially those of Celtic and Northern European decent (like me!).

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Rosacea prevalence and pathogenesis.

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  • How do you get the toleriane dermo cleanser to remove makeup or sunscreen? I have to do 2 cleanses and use quite a few damp cotton pads to try to wipe off my tinted sunscreen. That rubbing just flares my sensitive rosacea skin. I was thinking about trying the clinique take the day off balm first but you she mentioned NO cleansing balms. Any advice?!

  • i just love Kiko! She’s very pretty and she’s Kwon Ji-young/GD’s one great love:) She’s friend’s with Bella Hadid and she was in The Weekend’s I Feel It Coming MV

  • Yes I was diagnosed with Roasea June of 2018 then ocular Roasea from ga my eye doctor don’t even believe in ocular Roasea,,he gave me steroid for eyes is it normal to have. Puffy eyes under my eyes

  • Hi, Julie! So do you think it can kill demodex mites? I would prefer trying this than using Soolantra or tea tree oil (think it is little bit hard for my skin). Thank you! ��

  • Hi Julie and others, it’s good to see you and watch this video too. I’m so happy with using the yogurt mask which is very easy to wash off and calms my skin very quickly. Also, it gives my skin a younger look and I’m guessing that could be from the lactic acid in it that acts as a mild exfoliant. It’s good to hear about the honey mask as a potential alternative that works!

  • I have this right now I self diagnosed b4 the doctor told me that was it. Yk the times rn and news sources saying if young adults have this it could be early symptoms of corona and it comes with a fever.

  • I’m getting mine removed tomorrow, I’m super nervous. I got it put in January 2019 and it was excruciating going in and for the week following. But now, I can’t lose weight, I have horrible mood swings and cramps that make me nauseous. I’m excited but nervous, hoping for good changes after removal!

  • I’m sorry you had a bad time. I’m trying to figure what to to, get one of not, so thank you as I want it to be one of those people who like it but appreciate a not happy along with the happy women. ❤

  • I removed my Mirena myself a few hours ago. I had it for 5 years. It was hell. Migraines, constant bloating, depression, moodiness, I had a panic attack at work so bad I was placed on stress leave at my job and had to see a therapist for 2 months, weight gain even though I’m the member of a boot camp style gym and workout 5 times a week, cramping all of the time, weird sound in my ear like my heartbeat, palpitations, joint aches and inflammation, tender breasts, vision issues randomly, tired for no reason and heavier period with huge clots, a feeling like Braxton Hicks contractions which started in the last few months. My doctor couldn’t get me in to see her until November. No mam. I sterilized some tweezers by boiling in water and with 90% isopropyl alcohol, washed my hands for 4 minutes and also splashed some alcohol on them and got that demon out of my body! As soon as I pulled it out I felt a strange sense of relief and normalcy. Like my body said “IT’S ABOUT TIME LADY!”��

  • I am 25 and recently noticed my cheeks are getting burning hot and flushed almost daily now. One thing that has helped is not wearing synthetic fabrics. My polyester top made me sweat and hot and my cotton t-shirt didn’t trigger anything. I think the temp change to winter has made it all start, so I am just careful with what I wear! Thanks for all the other tips!!

  • I have been suffering from eye discomfort from last 6 months! I was prescribed some eye drops, and the condition improved a bit but still I have some discomfort! Apart from this,I have redness in the inner side of lower eyelid, though my eyes are not that red!! I ain’t sure if it is ocular rosacea, may be it’s mild! I have so many question to ask! Does it gets worse over a period of time? Do we need to take antibiotics / treatment if we have mild form of ocular rosacea? If we start taking these treatment, will we get used to it? How long does it take to cause vision impairment? This is the only thing that really scares me! I don’t wanna lose my eyes!!

  • I had my IUD for the whole 5 years, and luckily up until 5 months ago I had no issues with it. These last few months though have been emotionally rough. I kept brushing it under the rug due to the pandemic. “You lost your jobs, you’ll be homeschooling your 5 year old, and don’t let the shit hit the fan”
    But the same day I left my OB office after having it removed, and not having a new one placed, I knew it was linked to my IUD. Like many of you said, it was like a sigh of relief I felt in my body. I didn’t know I needed that “weight” of my shoulders until it was already gone.
    Thank you for sharing this video.

  • Happy to see a group of women questioning the glory of this pregnancy prevention tool as well! Of course the doctors always make us feel like it is a great option with little to no side effects because their job is to prevent pregnancy, if that is your primary wish. I removed my mirena yesterday after 2.5 years. At first I thought it was wonderful but shortly after the insertion I battled infection after infection, which was a new issue for me. I was on about 20 antibiotics in 2 years..countless UTI’s and neverending pH balance issues, BV, staph. I even had a vagina/perineum surgery because we thought that it was an external issue!!! You name it, I had it. I started to lose confidence in myself because I thought something was wrong with me. My partner Even questioned how I could have so many vaginal issues despite constant treatment. Bloating I definitely always had, low back pain, tender breasts. But zero period for the full duration.( The only nice thing) I Had a very hard time losing weight, ate almost nothing and tried diet pills to boot! I’m happy to say it’s out today hoping my body will heal itself in the next coming months. Question for post mirena users, what are the side effects you experienced immediately after removal. Preparing myself for the discomfort, hopefully once and for all!!! Any input is appreciated!

  • My mum suffers and uses Dermalex which is available from Boots, she finds it really helps. I’ve never had a bad flare but I definitely get redness around my cheeks and nose (I’m also fair and prone to blushing) and agree that if it’s looking/feeling particularly bad I go extra simple on my skincare routine. I love Cerave hydrating cleanser and also their moisturiser.

  • I also have pityriasis rosea, to get rid of it stand in the sun before 10 am, I had this for a couple of weeks. If you are seeing this DO NOT scratch them because the WILL spread. They are not contagious, they just comes and goes, the doctor gave me medicine I took it every six hours but I then stopped taking it because I was getting really sleepy. But they appear on your stomach and back and sometimes legs but they did not get on my face.

  • I’ve had the mirena for 5 years got pregnant now I’m on the Kyleena and I’ve never gained so much weight and I’m vegan!!! It’s horrible mines is coming out next month can’t wait to see what’s going on. Your husband is awesome to make that decision with you

  • Rosie / Caroline thank you for this video. Rosie what do you use for anti-aging treatments? Every youtuber is all about the Vit A/ Rentin A/ Rentinol etc, or exfoliants like Lactic/ glycolic acids, and/or Vit C or other antio idants. Presumably, all this stuff is irritating. So, does that mean anti-aging stuff is ‘out’?

  • Telangiectasia, if we reduce inflammation with diet, would ‘existing’ telangiectasia disappear? or still need doxy, ( IPL) etc? Thanks a lot.