Stand outside a Flywheel or CrossFit studio, and a stream of sweaty, red-hued faces will eventually stagger out. You may have noticed the same unsubtle rouging of your own cheeks after a long run or bike ride. But why so red? In an effort to cool you off, your blood vessels and skin pores open, which allow your blood to flow closer to the surface of your skin. This rush of blood to the skin also seems to happen earlier during activity for trained athletes compared to couch potatoes, he says. When your vessels dilate, the influx of blood can cause the cells in your skin to open and release their contents.
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It sure does get old when people constantly point out your red face after a tough workout. But instead of sucking on ice cubes, standing in front of a fan or trying other tricks to de-redden your face, try embracing your vivid hue as a proud sign of your effort. Rob Newton, Edith Cowan University professor of Exercise and Sports Science, says a red face is actually a sign that your body is working efficiently to cool you down. Our faces have a particularly high capacity of blood supply, which is why we go particularly red there.
Does your face look like a red rose after you exercise, even if it only means running for a few minutes? Those flushed cheeks are the sheer result of your body exerting energy and your body responding to that exertion through sweating, skin redness and a higher internal temperature. However, if your hot, flushed face is accompanied by symptoms like higher bodily temperature remaining for more than a half hour, lightheadedness, shortness of breath, or low blood pressure, you should call your doctor right away and make an appointment. The red flushing on your skin after a hard work-out can occur as a result of several factors. Everybody knows that the body releases heat through sweat, but did you know that it also does that through widening your blood vessels and capillaries, even on your face?