Bill Clinton And Donald Trump Have More In Common Than You Think: They Suffer From The Same Condition!
Recently, we wrote an article about Donald Trump’s medications, and found out about a rare disease he has that is called rosacea. However, we were surprised to learn that this condition is not that rare. Do you know who also has it? Bill Clinton and Prince Charles! Apparently, these three have one more thing in common, besides money and power.
What is rosacea?
Typically, rosacea is a mild skin condition that can occur in anybody. This disease causes redness on your face. It also often makes blood vessels in your face visible. Rarely, rosacea can produce red bumps with pus. These signs can be easily mistaken for the similar manifestations of acne or an allergic reaction. Some people can be even accused of having alcohol issues because of rosacea.
Although there is no cure for this condition, with the help of several medications, a person with rosacea can reduce the symptoms. Sometimes, the disease can progress and lead to another condition called rhinophyma. This complication causes your oil glands in your nose and cheeks to enlarge.
What can cause rosacea?
Anyone can get rosacea, and although the exact cause of rosacea is yet to be discovered, it is believed that a number of environmental and hereditary factors can lead to the development of this condition.
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- spicy foods and hot drinks;
- alcohol consumption;
- sun exposure;
- emotions (anger, embarrassment, anxiety, etc.);
- drugs that dilate blood vessels;
- family history of rosacea.
Trump and Clinton have rosacea
According to the White House doctor, Ronny Jackson, M.D., Donald Trump has nearly perfect health. Reportedly, Mr. Trump takes a few preventative medications including Crestor (to lower cholesterol levels in the blood) and Propecia (to prevent hair loss). He also takes low doses of Aspirin to prevent heart disease.
But how Donald Trump takes his rosacea symptoms under control? He uses Soolantra Cream. We bet Prince Charles and Bill Clinton are also treated because the symptoms can worsen and become very noticeable if the disease progresses.
If you think you have rosacea, it is recommended to visit your doctor and discuss the possible options of treatment.
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