More Relaxed Lifestyle Helps Keep Rosacea at Bay
Brigitte Brocato doesn’t credit one particular lifestyle change with helping her manage her rosacea. Instead, the 66-year-old from Rhode Island cites a virtual laundry list of adjustments she has made through the years that have rendered her condition nearly undetectable.
Diagnosed with mild rosacea in her 40s, Brigitte used topical therapy with good results for a number of years. But when her flushing became more and more frequent, she returned to her doctor. She added oral therapy to Brigitte’s regimen but also determined that she suffered from a number of allergies.