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You know how when you wake up in the morning your face is usually a lot less red then usual, is it true that this is because when you are lying down and sleeping all the blood surfaces downward away from your face and then when you awake, and stand up it rushed back within about a half hour of getting up?

I find that my face is never really stingy or inflamed much when I sleep then when I walk around it starts up.

Just wondering...if it is the case, maybe I should sleep longer :confused:

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You know how when you wake up in the morning your face is usually a lot less red then usual, is it true that this is because when you are lying down and sleeping all the blood surfaces downward away from your face and then when you awake, and stand up it rushed back within about a half hour of getting up?

I find that my face is never really stingy or inflamed much when I sleep then when I walk around it starts up.

Just wondering...if it is the case, maybe I should sleep longer :confused:

Well to some extent yes. When we sleep, our blood circulation becomes more relaxed. When you walk around in the morning your circulation speeds up making you look 'redder'. Sleeping longer probably won't help, just get a solid 8 hours minimum

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for me it's actually worse, because while sleeping you get to forget about it at least for a few hours - and then in the morning it all comes back rushing in.

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