There are various factors that can cause rosacea flare-ups, factors that can affect rosacea include diet and weather.
London, England -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/30/2014 -- Individuals who suffer with rosacea flare-ups understand just how complicated it is. These flare-ups can show up without any prior warning but the truth is, there are various factors that make rosacea worse. One London clinic has put a tremendous amount of research into the chronic skin condition, Pulse Light Clinic have been treating rosacea for over two decades and publish their findings in a free newsletter.
Everyone who suffers from rosacea has different triggers, it is helpful for sufferers to keep a journal of what they eat and when flare-ups occur. alcohol, weather and exercise can all be responsible for rosacea flare-ups. By keeping a rosacea journal, an individual will be able to determine what makes their rosacea worse. It is important that the individual tells their doctor, dermatologist or other specialist of their findings.
The National Rosacea Society, consisting of 1,066 rosacea patients conducted a study. They found that 81 percent of the patients told them that exposure to the sun was the number one rosacea trigger. Individuals who are dealing with rosacea should always wear UVA and UVB protection if they plan on being in the sun when there is an SPF of 15 of more – even during cooler months.
While exercise is healthy, an intense workout will lead to overheating and this can cause a flare-up. : Stress can cause rosacea flare-ups. Practice simple stress management techniques. Eat healthy and get plenty of rest. Pulse Light Clinic have created a rosacea diet page to help sufferers find the best foods to control their condition.
A survey conducted by the National Rosacea Society found that 70 percent of those dealing with severe rosacea symptoms said rosacea harmed their careers. 41% of those individuals said rosacea made them cancel their plans.
About Pulse Light Clinic
Rosacea has no know cure but Pulse Light Clinic have experienced considerable success in the control of it, the clinic offers all new clients an initial no obligation consultation and is open six days a week from 10am to 8pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 5pm Saturdays.
Pulse Light Clinic
150-152 Fenchurch Street
London, EC3M 6BB
0207 283 8139