Vaccines: Arguments For and Against Many people are either strong proponents of vaccinations or are strongly opposed to them. Regardless of your present stance, I encourage you to take the time to examine the information presented here, as well as some of the references included. Vaccines: Top Pro and Con Arguments Although (naturally) I do …
So...warning. I'm kinda ranting here. 🙂 A family member of mine recently got diagnosed with Lyme. Since then, while sharing this recent discovery with her friends/family, many have asked her, "Do you think that's really what it is? Are you sure Lyme is really what you have?" To which my family member's inward response has …
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Very informative piece by Christy B on When Women Inspire on skin redness and possible underlying health conditions.
She hides her face, ashamed of its redness. Photo by Kukuh Himawan Samudro on Unsplash.
For most people, a red face is a sign of one thing and one thing only: embarrassment.
That’s a fair assessment. Embarrassment does indeed cause a flushed appearance to the skin, often a pattern of redness right across the cheekbones. It’s a recognizable reality that most of us are familiar with, but it tends to fade within a few minutes.
So push further into your mind; what else does a red face signify? Exertion is probably the next most common answer – and, again, it’s impossible to disagree. If you’ve been exercising up a storm, then your face will show the effort by flushing red. However, as with embarrassment, the redness is temporary.
However, for certain women, facial redness isn’t caused by embarrassment, exercise, alcohol, or the other most commonly suggested issues. Instead, redness is…
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