- Emotional conditioning and learned patterns of behavior
- Emotional response to an outside social stimuli
- The release of adrenaline
- Sensations and physical symptoms of stress. Like rapid breathing, quickening of the heart, tensing of the muscles and the widening of the blood vessels in the face
- Thinking about blushing and worrying about it
- Trying not to blush, trying to stop it and wanting it not to happen
- Not wanting to feel anxious
- Trying to stop thinking anxious thoughts
- Trying to deal with, defeat, stop or suppress your feelings
- I am good enough
- I am worthy enough
- I am smart enough
- I am happy
- I am safe
- I am powerful
- I am equal
- I am feeling great
- I feel calm and composed under pressure
- I can control my body
- The best is yet to come
- All is well
- Everything always works out for me
- Tomorrow is going to be a great day
- Find five things you're grateful for
- Do your five minutes self esteem building in front of the mirror
- Say your positive affirmations
- Do some light stretches or have a quick morning aerobic workout
- Visualize your day going well or visualize yourself calmly handling and feeling calm and cool in any socially challenging situations that you might have to face
- Ignore any negative thoughts and keep the positive momentum going
- "It is OK to blush"
- "It's OK for me to be the center of attention"
- "It's OK for me to feel anxious"
- What ever happen' I'll be OK"
- I could not care less, what he/she/they might say
Feelon your skin
- Getting enough deep and relaxing sleep
- Getting your daily requirements of vitamins and minerals
- Having goals
- Keeping active
- Taking up a hobby, like photography, painting, reading or other relaxing activities
- Positive self talk
- Drinking enough water and staying hydrated (Avoid drinking excessive amounts in one go)
Try not to react badly, to the heat in your face
Another problem for the blusher is, they can start to become too sensitive and too overly aware of any rise in heat or temperature in the face.
This can cause self consciousness in the mind which can result in negative feelings or it can cause you to react with fear and anxiety which can cause you to become tense which will force even more blood into your face.
There are many reasons that can cause a rise in temperature in the face, many are a result of body temperature fluctuations which aren't even visible externally.
You may think you're going bright red, when it is not the case. Try not to become overly sensitive or bothered by a bit of heat in the face.
Because your mind can quickly learn to associate blushing and the people and trigger situations that cause it, as being a threat that needs to be defeated or avoided and it will use anxiety and sensations of fear to alert you to when it might happen.
To make matters worse, you will have also attached fear too, whenever your face starts to warm up, making you panic more as well as making you feel more self conscious.
So try to become less sensitive when you notice your face getting warmer, everybody blushes slightly at times.
Also, try to keep your chore body temperature low, although you don't want to feel cold all the time, try to wear loose fitting clothes that leave you feeling comfortable and not too hot.
Stress, anxiety and tension will raise your body temperature, so try and stay cool and relax, ease your body.
The low confidence emotions that cause the redness in your face
Fear is one emotion that can trigger redness in your
The other emotion that is responsible for the redness in your face is the low confidence emotion.
When you're in a negative and the low confidence state, then the slightest of triggers many which would not trouble you normally can immediately light up your face.
Things that cause low confidence emotions are
- Low self esteem and not feeling worthy
- Low moods or depression
- Tiredness, feeling run down and exhausted
- Negative and pessimistic thinking
- Feelings of hopelessness
- Poor diet
- Slouching, allowing your spine to collapse, your body to become out of alignment or leaning back
- During colds and viruses
- Stress and anxiety
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