Why Do Alcoholics Have Red Noses?

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Alcoholics have red noses because of the reaction that is brought about by putting in too much alcohol in the system. Too much alcohol normally leads to a faster aging process of the skin. Alcoholics also have red noses because of the dilation of the tiny blood vessel in the skin.
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Alcohol use causes dilation of the facial capillaries, especially in the nose, resulting in the nose appearing red.
Alcoholics have a red nose because the alcohol they are drinking helps lower your blood pressure. This causes your blood vessels to open up. You have a lot of small blood vessels in your nose.
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