What Does Sweating Have to Do with It?

What Does Sweating Have to Do with It?

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Summertime is coming at full force all over the country and with an increase sun exposure and heat also comes an increase in sweat.

From drenched shirts to clammy hands, sweat may be very unpleasant, but perspiration is the way the body cools off naturally and safeguards it against overheating because sweat coming out of the body pulls away heat.

The association between rosacea and heat-related triggers are yet to be understood entirely, but according to a recent study funded by the National Rosacea Society, it was observed that there is often an increased production of blood flow, nerve and sweating responses by individuals with rosacea than those without it when they come in contact with elevated stress or heat. Additionally, a study previously funded by the NRS also proved that people with rosacea have a warmer facial skin surface temperature than normal skin.

It may be difficult to control the body temperature during summer activities, but making adjustments to some of your routines may aid you in fending off an overactive head and sweating as well as flare-ups as a result of the sun.

 

Stay away from heated beverages and spicy meals

It is recommended that individuals experiencing rosacea avoid these two triggers. They have also been stated to increase the activities of neurotransmitters that have an impact on the sweat glands. If you have ever noticed perspiration on your forehead or cheeks after consumption of something hot, it may be as a result of this. Also Note that when it has to do with coffee, it is not the caffeine but the heat itself that causes flare-ups in rosacea patients and some individuals.

 

Wear special gear for working out

In lots of rosacea patients, flare-ups as a result of exercise are very common, and if you observe you are sweating profusely while working out, you may want to consider buying workout wears designed specially to reduce sweat and heat.

Minimize stress

When you think about sweating, the first thing that might cross your mind may be intense exercise, but a stressful situation, as well as a job interview, can trigger the sweat and overheating response of the body. Being aware of the simulations that can result in stress and learning techniques for reducing stress may aid in keeping you rosacea and sweat free.

Use Ice

One of the fastest methods of cooling off is by using ice, and according to a study, which can be found in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, consumption of cold water can greatly delay the enhancement of the core temperature of the body during a workout session.

Read: Rosacea Free Forever

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