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Broken blood vessels can be attributed to a number of causes, most commonly injury, according to Healthline. Physical strain such as that induced by crying, coughing or vomiting may also contribute to broken blood vessel... More »

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Broken blood vessels can occur for a variety of reasons, such as sun damage, heredity, aging, eating hot or spicy foods, exercise, stress, hormones, alcohol use, cortisone medications, rare skin diseases and direct traum... More »

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Broken blood vessels are most often caused by minor trauma, such as bruises and bumps, according to Nutra Legacy. However, Nutra Legacy also notes that broken vessels can occur as a result of the natural aging process. C... More »

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