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Adults and Acne – Is it causing social problems? A new site Launched to Help
Is Acne casuing Social Difficulties in Both Adults and Teenages?
According to medical reports recently undertaken in the US, young adults who suffer from Acne are feeling more depressed now in these times than any other times in recorded history. Even though the boys may be less inclined to admit there is a problem they are still worried about the stigma which attaches itself to Acne and skin problems, even though it’s a less known problem in young males than in young females.
“Acne is mainly associated with teenagers but people are having strikes of Acne at all ages and they are worrying about the correct treatments out there in the big wide world” Says Emma Brown the creator of how to get rid of Acne today.com. “One of the main problems with both Young Adults and the older people who suffer from acne is asking for the correct help”
“It seem s that in these days of social media and sites such as Facebook and Twitter, people with Acne are frowned upon as having some sort of illness when in actual fact Acne is completely treatable and does not have to be a problem for anyone” Said Emma who as a youngster and well into her 20s suffered from Acne herself. “The stigma which is attached to acne is just as bad as someone with an infectious illness; most people don’t know what acne is and how it can be treated therefore think there is something coherently wrong with the poor souls who are suffering from Acne”
So what can you do about acne? Emma offers 3 basic tips to make a start.
1 – Drink water and plenty of it, avoid sugary drinks and foods together with junk and fried foods as they are all high in sugar and will aggravate your acne problem.
2 – Exercise “Exercise can really help your acne problem” Emma states “although you really need to get a sweat on as this cleans out the skin pores and uses your skins natural oils to get rid of any bacteria”
3 – See a dermatologist – “If your Acne is so severe, your GP will probably refer you to see a dermatologist, a proper skin expert who will determine what acne you are suffering form and provide advice and necessary treatments
For More information and for a real insight into acne and how to help your problem go to http://www.howtogetridofacne-