How to Get Rid of Rosacea at Home Naturally
Are you concerned about the crimsonish red appearance of your face, especially around the nose, eyes, cheeks and forehead? It appears as if you are blushing, but on closer examination, there are a lot of tiny broken blood vessels which are responsible for the reddishness, which looks much like an outbreak of acne. The description matches that of a persons with rosacea, but you can have it correctly diagnosed by a dermatologist. Once you are sure that it is rosacea, do not worry – it is neither contagious nor infectious and can be quite easily got rid of by treating it with natural substances and methods, as prescribed under Natural Therapy which is best suited to heal this condition.
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This chronic skin condition is basically harmless. It mainly affects those with light skin, in the age group 30-60 years, and appears as a deep reddish tinge, over the central areas of the face, i.e., the forehead, cheeks, nose and eyes. This redness is not totally constant – it comes and goes at frequent intervals, but it is not . Broken blood vessels arising out of frequent blushing are also visible under the skin. Sometimes the face swells near nose and cheeks, and at times, there is irritation in the eyes. If it affects the eyes, and is left untreated, it can lead to serious cornea problems.
There is a multitude of reasons why Rosacea may occur in an individual. Climatic and environmental conditions (extremes of heat and cold indoors and outdoors) are the main triggers, followed by hot beverages, spicy foods and toxic food additives, certain medications including nasal drops, cosmetics and skincare items, bacteria (helicobacter pylori), heavy exertion, alcoholism and stress. Genetics also is known to have a role in the occurrence of rosacea.
Treatment for Rosacea is majorly a cosmetic issue, the appearance of the face being badly disfigured by its occurrence. Natural therapy has several suggestions for ensuring that the skin remains clear for longer and longer periods of time, till the condition finally disappears:
One treatment recommended for this disorder, is to drink 8-10 glasses of alkaline water every day under any circumstances and more if you are living in an arid region. Water is very much essential for bringing the nutrients in one’s food to the skin, and removing all toxic wastes from it at the same time.
Another suggestion is to limit the carbohydrate intake till such time positive results are seen. Intestinal bacteria are known to have a role in the occurrence of rosacea and their proliferation can be curbed with reduced intake of carbs.
Since overexposure to sunlight is one of the causes of Rosacea, it is a good idea to limit one’s exposure to sunlight. Use a natural sunscreen such as aloe vera gel to protect your skin from UV rays outdoors. Stressful exercises and athletics need to be refrained from since these are also triggers for this condition.
Other things to avoid are chocolates, spicy food, red wine, hot beverages, caffeine, soy, yeast, avocados, citrus fruits and bananas, all of which are known triggers for Rosacea. In some cases, even dairy products need to be avoided.
A herb which has proved effective for getting rid of Rosacea symptoms, is Licorice
Taking supplements of white willow bark, or oil of oregano is known to heal Rosacea.
Chrysanthemum indicum extract in the form of cream is available in the market, and is a good remedy for Rosacea, since it also strengthens the capillaries. Creams containing Vitamin B3 or Niacinamide are also considered effective in the treatment of Rosacea. Vitamin B supplementation will also help considerably.
More tips and suggestions for getting rid of Rosacea naturally, are available in plenty, and all you need to do is get in touch with a Professional Natural Therapist for further details.
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