Stay Cool in Bed
I have noticed that changing temperatures quickly causes facial flushing that lasts for around one to two hours. So at night when I get into bed, I don’t cover myself completely with my covers, I try to stay cool and not get too warm. If I do get warm too quickly my nose and cheeks turn red and burn.
196 James St.
Barrington, IL 60010
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