What is the difference between blushing, flushing, and rosacea?Hypnotherapy and Hypnobalancing™ in Berlin
Blushing, flushing, rosacea
What is the difference between blushing, flushing, and rosacea?
What is the difference between Blushing, Flushing and Rosacea?
A common question is: What is the difference between blushing, flushing and rosacea?
1. Facial Blushing
Facial Blushing is a sudden reddening of the face, neck and occasionally, upper chest. People refer Facial Blushing as a sudden redness appearing after a high level of anxiety.
Flushing is refered as a longer lasting redness of the face, neck and occasionally, upper chest caused by alcohol, migraine headaches, fever, sudden temperature changes,cramps, anxiety and more.
Rosacea is a disease affecting the skin of the face. Researchers now believe that there is some link between rosacea and how often (and how strongly) people flush or blush.
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Published: March 12, 2007
Author: Karsten Noack
Revision: January 27, 2022
Translation: August 23, 2019