Most common chronic skin diseases


Rosacea is a dermatosis that affects adults, especially those over the age of 30. Typical symptoms are skin redness, papules, spider veins and eczema. They appear mainly on the face, neck and décolleté, very rarely on the scalp. The causes of the disease have not yet been identified, and there are suspicions that they are influenced by genetic factors, hormonal and vasomotor disorders. People with fair complexions and rosacea are more likely to develop rosacea. It also accompanies diseases of the digestive system, especially stomach and duodenal ulcers, and food intolerances. Another risk factor is UV radiation, rapid temperature changes, bacterial and viral infections. Treatment is based on the use of anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and blood circulation drugs.

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