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This article is the third in a series featuring Neurogenic Rosacea. The first two articles are here: Neurogenic Rosacea: a new subtype for those with dysfunctional facial nerves and What is Neurogenic Rosacea? Recently a group of doctors from Stanford became the first to publish a call for a new subtype of rosacea, called Neurogenic […]

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A really interesting and honest article where the writer tells us how she has always been very anxious about her health, worrying about many incidences that turned out to be fine. One great fear was leaving her children without a mother. Self diagnosing from the internet certainly didn’t help her anxiety, it would seem. Having […]

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Every so often, when we are able to solicit the help of experts, the Rosacea Support Group assembles questions that we need answered. Recently we put some questions on the psychology of rosacea to Professor Peter Drummond, Ph.D., from the School of Psychology at Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia, and his colleague Daphne Su, […]

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Does coping with rosacea sometimes get you down ? Finding good advice on how to cope with the anxiety of rosacea can be hard to find. Well now you have an opportunity to ask some questions of experts. Psychology Question and Answer session Professor Peter Drummond, Ph.D., from the School of Psychology at Murdoch University […]

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In the past there hasn’t been a lot of research into the relationship between rosacea and mental health. Many rosacea sufferers know that there is a strong relationship between their symptoms and how they feel about themselves. This abstract mentions some research comparing rosacea sufferers with people without any facial lesions. They found that the […]

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