I supply my fellow women with information about ourselves, which is regularly the subject of conversations at the various activities I frequent, which are practically female orientated. "No Techies".
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It gives lots of pleasure where I supply my fellow women with information about ourselves, which is regularly the subject of conversations at the various activities I frequent, which are practically female orientated. My purpose is to give women insight to ourselves that are not too "teckie".
Many of my information releases are Free. Others, which are not my own are E-book releases which are available for a small fee as the authors require payment for allowing me to publish their informative E-books, but they are what I consider good value.
Here is another Free release.
Different Ways To Find Out What Triggers Your Rosacea and Foods That May Trigger Rosacea
It has always surprised me how little we are aware of the fascinating wonders that take place in our bodies during our lifetime. We are much more complicated than the functions of our male counterparts, which seem to be mostly generated by their Testosterone levels. (Bless them)
At the present time I am researching a self guide for another of Women's health problems and how to ease the discomforts. I am talking about another unavoidable happening in Women's lives "PMS" stay with me and enjoy it when I release it.
For those who have not seen it yet, you can get
"The Menopause Handbook" @ www.dozierosiepublisher.com
Different Ways To Find Out What Triggers Your Rosacea
Rosacea is one skin disease that has stumped even the best doctors and scientists. Until now, even with more than 16 million people in the United States afflicted with it and a total of 45 million worldwide, nobody knows about this problem. In fact, people who have them don't even know that they have it.
Rosacea can cause redness on the skin. Usually, it targets the face, the chin, the nose and the areas of the forehead. The redness is often patches of redness. In some cases, the eyes can be affected and they become watery. This is why people whose eyes are affected, particularly the eyelids always make sure that the areas are clean and hygienic. Otherwise, there can be an infection, which when left untreated can affect vision.
Rosacea affects Caucasian and has thus been called the "the curse of the Celts." Unlike acne, the skin problem affects people who are older. It is also three times more common in women than in men. What makes Rosacea so unique is the fact that flare ups are triggered by a host of factors and not all people have the same set of triggers. The irregularity of its cause and even the occurrence of its symptoms make this skin problem harder to detect and harder to treat.
Those with only mild symptoms can just simply avoid contact with their triggers, provided that they do know what their triggers are. And herein lies the problem. Because there are so many triggers, it is sometimes hard to recognize which triggers the flare ups. This is especially true if there is more than one trigger. Triggers can be anything from the heat of the sun to an eggplant. Here are some tips to help you hunt down what is causing your flare up.
1. Start with the Common
Although there are many triggers for Rosacea, there are surveys that narrow down the most common. From these surveys check out the triggers and see if any of them are also your triggers. That way, you can already watch out for incidents. Without checking this list, finding what causes the flare ups may be like looking for a needle in a haystack.
2. Be observant
When you have flare ups, check immediately what you have come into contact with or what you have eaten. This is the only way you can determine what your triggering factor is.
3. Test it
Remember also that observing just once is not enough. You have to be sure that it is the trigger by testing it. When you have already narrowed down the possible triggers or you already have your suspicions, check your theory. Deliberately expose yourself to the factor and see if your Rosacea is going to flare up.
4. Record it
Another way to easily see what factors are triggering your Rosacea flare ups is to keep a journal of the foods that you eat and things that you do. As much as you can, try to include the factors that are listed on the most common list
Foods That May Trigger Rosacea
People who are busy with their work are usually the ones who are prone to suffering skin disorders such as Rosacea. This is because the exhaustion and their hectic schedule keep them from maintaining healthy skin on a daily basis. If you are one of those who are having trouble to keep healthy skin due to too much work, it is now time to reflect what might be causing these and address it properly.
Rosacea is a skin disorder that results to flushed skin. If remains undiagnosed, it will result to the appearance of purplish or reddish discoloration on the skin as well as the dark blotches due to permanent enlargements of small blood vessels.
This is considered as among the most common skin disorders in the US. In fact, studies show that 1 out of 20 Americans are diagnosed to suffer from this skin disorder. Experts say that women are most prone to this skin condition and their overall appearance is greatly affected.
Various cases of Rosacea show that people who are suffering from it, aside from extreme skin flushing, will eventually have enlarged and swollen nose which continues to turn red over time.
Don't trigger it
Experts say that up until now, the exact cause or causes of Rosacea have been identified. Some studies show that the skin disorder can be caused by foods and unhealthy lifestyle.
Experts also say that the best way to prevent it is to avoid foods that may trigger it. These are the foods that may trigger Rosacea:
- Foods that contain too much fat. Experts say that people are eating foods that have too much fat are prone to not sleeping well at night because it creates a lot of digesting work for the stomach. Lack of sleep, experts say, is one of the major reasons of developing skin disorder such as Rosacea. If you want to avoid developing any skin disorder, he or she should get better sleep by cutting down on foods that are too rich or fatty so there will be lesser work for the stomach especially at nighttime.
- Too much spicy or acidic foods. These sets of foods can very much trigger Rosacea because if one eats too many sets of spicy foods, it can lead to troubles in the stomach and even prickly skin. (I do love my spicy food. Got to keep my eye on it)
- Too much alcohol intake. Some people say that alcohol may help one to get better sleep or can relieve stress but it greatly affects the skin because it makes it dry. When the skin is dry, it is more prone to wrinkles and other skin conditions. (oop's another of my weaknesses)
- Foods that contain caffeine. These are another set of culprits for people who are having trouble in maintaining their skin care regimen and those who are prone to suffering to skin diseases such as Rosacea. If you are prone to this, it is best to avoid foods as well as drinks that have high caffeine content such as coffee, chocolates, sodas that are caffeinated as well as teas.