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    Default What time of day is rosacea the worst?

    Is there a generally accepted time of day when rosacea symptoms are the worst? Personally I've noticed that my symptoms are at their worst from 5PM on. But for some reason I only notice this phenomenon during the work week and not on weekends. What time of day are your symptoms worst?

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    Correct me if i am wrong, but i believe that internal body temperature is at its peak during the afternoon hours.

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    Mine is actually worse in the morning when I wake up but yes in a previous thread the afternoons seemed to be the worst for most.

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    Yeah mine is worse between 2-4.30pm. My skin is actually best in the morning

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    Quote Originally Posted by phlika29 View Post
    Mine is actually worse in the morning when I wake up.
    same here, for my blotchiness and p&ps.
    Phlika29, i'd love to hear any theories you may have about what contributes to this worse-in-the-morning deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohsowell07 View Post
    Yeah mine is worse between 2-4.30pm. My skin is actually best in the morning
    Technically speaking, my skin is at its best when sleeping. I once fell asleep with the central heating cranked to the absolute maximum. I woke up during the middle of the night, the room was completely boiling, but my face was as calm as ever. If someone could explain that one to me, i would like to hear it.
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    My face is generally calm in the morning - almost normal - but gets more pink as the day goes on. I find that it's at its worst between 8pm-9pm. I usually experience a bad flush around that time.

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    It totally varies for me. I usually am more susceptible to a flush the more tired I am and that usually occurs late afternoon but if I don't get a good night's sleep my face can be blotchy in the AM when I awake.

    Miki,
    I have no clue what you as to what you experienced as central heating flares me whether I am asleep or awake. Interesting though- I wonder if when your mind is in a state of rest and repair that your rosacea symptoms are shut off. I think my problem is that my brain never seems to relax LOL ;)

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    This randomly varies for me, but it tends to occur in patterns that last months.

    A month where it is red when I first wake up and then gets better. Followed by two months were it gets worse at night.

    Rather odd, never been able to explain it.

    Good nights sleep always helps though.

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    Mine gets worse in the evenings as well. I find after I have eaten it flares up really badly. If I eat a warm soup for lunch my nose actually tingles and goes red at the end!

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