Why Does My Face Turn Red When I Drink?

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Drinking red face may refer to how your face turns red when you drink.  This is because your body lacks the enzyme that properly breaks down alcohol. When the body lacks that enzyme, the face turns red because there is too much alcohol built up in the system. Other symptoms that can happen with the red face are dizziness and headaches.
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Drinking alcohol thins your blood and this can cause the blood vessels in your face to come to the surface and make your face red. Being indoors and warm further ...
If you do have a facial reaction to alcohol, your cheeks may flush from a pale red to a very intense red. Alcohol makes the blood vessels in your skin dilate. ...
If you do have a facial reaction to alcohol, your cheeks may flush from a pale red to a very intense red. Alcohol makes the blood vessels in your skin dilate. ...
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