7 Ways to Feel Your Best With Rosacea

Can you tell what kind of day you're going to have just by looking in the mirror? Rosacea flare-ups can have a big impact on how we feel. Seize control by taking these seven steps to feel your best. ›

Diet and Exercise Tips to Tame Rosacea

Eating wisely and exercising regularly are keys to good health for everyone. But when you have rosacea, there’s a catch: Certain foods and activities that are harmless or even healthy for most people can make rosacea flare up. With planning, however, you can control your symptoms while still reaping the benefits of a healthy diet and regular exercise.

A zesty bowl of chili, a hot cup of tea, or a chilled glass of wine might seem appetizing. Yet spicy foods, hot drinks, and alcohol are all common rosacea triggers—things that can spark flare-ups in susceptible individuals. Some rosacea sufferers are also affected by specific foods such as liver, cheese, chocolate, vanilla, eggplant, and avocado.

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5 Tips for Dating with Rosacea

Most people will say that dating isn’t easy. If you have rosacea, you might say it’s even harder. But the truth is that a lot of the difficulty comes from a lack of self-confidence.

Overcoming your fears and insecurities about rosacea starts with taking control of your symptoms, but it’s just as important to learn how to talk about your condition and feel positive about your prospects.

Here are 5 tips for wading through the dating pool with rosacea

Reference: Skin, Hair and Nails section on Better Medicine

Did You Know?

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3/4 of people with rosacea say the condition lowers their confidence. More than 40% avoid public contact or cancel social plans.