How To Stop Blushing And Feel More Relaxed Socially

There is only one reason why you're stuck in a vicious and anxiety and blushing loop. Why you find yourself, uncontrollably blushing excessively and why the heat and redness in your face is intense and long in duration.

The reason why you cannot overcome your blushing is because. 

You do not fully understand why you're blushing frequently and intensively. What is the real root cause of it and what you must do and not do, to overcome it.

Unless you fully understand why and what is causing your excessive blushing, you will not be able to treat the real root cause of it and if you fail to treat the root causes of it, the excessive blushing will continue and it probably get worse.

Most people focus so much on fixation and worrying about their blushing and trying to stop it. 

That they overlook the very critical and fundamental factor thing that is causing their excessive blushing and their daily anxiety problem, cycle, pattern and blushing habit. 

Unless this crucial process is addressed and treated. It is virtually, impossible to overcome your excessive blushing.

Yet, with a few simple changes and understanding. You can start to overcome your blushing and begin to feel better and better, with each passing day.

With a bit of understanding and just knowing that there is a solution. Can give you the confidence and faith to start to start yourself on your journey to become blush free.

Things you need to know

First of all. Blushing is a perfectly natural process which is triggered by the release of adrenaline and the activation of your fight, flight freeze response.

Research has discovered that everybody's face warms up slightly, in specific social situations.

The real problem is the duration and intensity of the heat and redness in your face.

It is important to try not to become too sensitive, when you feel a rise in heat in your face.

As this can make you become too overly aware to any heat in your face which can cause you to tense your body, which will push even more blood into your face. 

Plus, it can leave you feeling self conscious, every time your notice it happening, which will also cause you too attach more anxiety to the heat in your face and any social situation that may trigger a blush.

The first tip that you should do, immediately:

Give up trying to stop blushing and give up the fight. Otherwise, you will have no chance of ever overcoming it.

Accept that it might happen and be OK with it and put all your focus of attention onto learning as much as you can about it and then concentrate on doing the things that will help you to overcome your excessive blushing for good.

Instead of continuing to try and defeat it and making things a whole lot worse. 

Because, why aggravate the blushing and anxiety beast, when you can learn to tame and control it? 

Another important tip is:

Never make it your goal, not to ever blush again. As that will be a unrealistic and disastrous attitude which will lead to more anxiety and more blushing.

If it happens. Do not beat yourself up or do not let it bother you. Otherwise you will create a fear of that situation.

A better attitude and goal to have would be. To stop caring if it happens.

Blushing is also linked to social anxiety. Therefore if you want to truly overcome your blushing. You, will also need to treat your social anxiety.

This means that your blushing is a part of your genetic makeup and it is not something that you can stop, defeat or eliminate. 

But, it is something that you can learn to control and prevent it from happening.

Some other things to consider about bushing:

  1. It cannot stop you from being confident
  2. It cannot stop you from being happy
  3. It cannot stop you from doing or saying what you want
  4. It cannot stop you from enjoying socializing and having fun
Unless, you feel embarrassed about it happening, unless worry about it happening and unless you dread and fear it happening.

Another important fact about blushing, fear and anxiety:

  1. You will go red more, if you fear it and you have a fear of all the social situations where it might happen
  2. You cannot cease blushing if you do not break the fear and anxiety loop that is creating it
  3. It is impossible to end your blushing, your fear and your anxiety, if you dread the next time it might happen
Tension and stress in your body will negatively affect you, cause tension in the mind, increase your anxiety levels, rob of your self confidence and force more blood into your face.

If you have an excessive and frequent blushing problem. Then there is usually a reason for this which can include.

  • Stress
  • Tension
  • Physiology/posture
  • Mindset/attitude
  • Fear and anxiety
  • Low mood and low confidence emotions
  • Low self esteem
  • Bad or embarrassing memories
You can learn and fully understand what a blushing problem is, why it happens and what you can do to overcome it.

By discovering the fundamental mistakes all blushers make, which is preventing them from needlessly suffering and needlessly, blushing excessively as well as teaching yourself, how to end your excessive blushing for good.

In the Blush Free Solution program.

What you focus on you get more of 

It is a well known fact that we create more of the situations and feelings that we fear the most.

This means. The more you worry, dread it, dislike it happening, fight it or try to stop it.

The more you will fear it or dread it happening. 

The more you will worry about it and feel anxious anytime there is a remote possibility it might happen. Which can be, virtually every social situation. 

Therefore, you will be virtually always in a nervous and fearful state of anticipation and stress.

Which will only result in one outcome. 

More, intense and excessive blushing.

It can be hard to accept. That you are creating your own downfall by holding yourself in vicious fear cycle and loop. 

Because the natural thing is to want to try and stop it happening.

It is a bit like trying to stop yourself from sneezing.

The same applies with fear and anxiety which are two of the main reasons why you blush. 

The other emotional state that triggers the heat and redness in your face is the low confidence emotions which is often linked to your posture and physiology.

The best way to stop blushing is not to fear or dread it happening. 

Instead work on to paving the way to prevent it from happening.

And you can do this by learning and teaching yourself, how to remain cool, calm and composed in all those social situations.

Where before you would have reacted with fear and panic which would have triggered the heat and redness in you face.

Because the best anti-dote to blushing and anxiety is the calm and happy emotions.

Have you ever noticed that the more you focus on your blushing, the more you want it to stop and the more you focus on your anxiety. 

The more stressed you feel, the more you worry about it, and the more anxious you feel and even worse. The more easily and frequently your go bright red.

Not exactly, what you want, is it.

So why does this happen, and more importantly, what can you do to break this vicious cycle and give yourself the much needed relief that you need right now. 

Again it is impossible to stop blushing and anxiety if you dread the next time it might happen.

One way to pave the way to prevent all the emotional arousal is to focusing on calming your mind and body and knowing how to quickly change your state and change the way you respond.

Affirming to yourself, when you're feeling anxious, that:

  • It is no big deal 
  • So what if I blush it really doesn't bother me
  • It is not the end of the world
  • I couldn't care less if I blush and I don't care who see's it
  • It Is OK if I blush
  • It is OK if the say that
  • It Is OK for me to be the center of attention
Will help you to shift your attitude about blushing and it will also help to prevent all the anxiety and emotional arousal.

The less you worry and care about it happening the less it will happen.

You will also need to work on reducing your stress and tension as they will increase your anxiety levels and significantly increase your chances of going red, to the point, where it will almost be inevitable.

Manage your state, and control your blushing

What determines whether you blush or you remain cool and calm is the emotional, physical and mindset that you're in when you are put in a blushing inducing social situation.

When your body and mind is calm and balanced and you're in the zone. You are safe from anxiety and blushing.

When you look backwards to analyse over and beat yourself up. Because you have gone red.

Or you look forwards and worry about blushing in the future or being put in a social situation where it could happen and your creative imagination is capable of portraying endless amounts of blushing types scenarios.

Which cause you to react with fear and dread.

You will create an even bigger fear of those types of situations and it will prevent you from relaxing and enjoying the peace and calm of the now.

This is not ideal. Because, most of the time.

The only reason why you go red is because you were previously fearing it happening.

A thing to ponder about is.

You cannot feel anxious and stressed and calm and happy at the same time.

Therefore, the sensible option. Would be, to focus on, and work on. The things that will make you feel calm, balanced and happy.

Especially as you know. Blushing happens much more in the fearful and negative states.

If you carry on focusing on the same self destructive negative thoughts and you do not work on changing the way you feel and react.

It will prevent you from having better feeling thoughts and better feeling emotions.

As a result. Nothing will change. The chances are, things will actually carry on deteriorating and getting worse.

Because you will continue with the same old patterns, behaviors and ways of responding that are responsible for your excessive and frequent blushing and you will hold onto you worries, fears and anxiety.

Another important concept to grasp is.

You cannot change the way you respond until you first accept that you might blush and then you have to be OK with the thought of it happening.

Blushing often happens after, you have already froze, become emotionally overwhelmed and you are stuck in a state of dreaded fear and anticipation.

If this happens.

Embrace, feel and observe your thoughts and feelings. Do not react or try thought suppression tactics.

Instead, smile, relax and breathe deeply. Allow the thoughts and feelings to carry on.

If you freeze and panic. Try to move about or change your physiology. Get up, sit down, make any kind of movement to try and break out of the anxious freeze and fight or flight state.

You can acknowledge how you feel and tell yourself things like.

"I am feel anxious right now, how I want to feel is peaceful and calm".

"I am safe in this present moment, so these feelings are unnecessary"

"All is well, whatever happens I'll be OK"

Distraction techniques, like humming a happy tune and focusing yourself on things external, can also help. 

You can also. Through your senses. Calm down and replace those anxious feelings with feelings of calm. 

By imagining yourself on a tropical beach or at a beautiful tranquil location. You can practice this before hand, when you're feeling more relaxed and when you are on your own.

Involve and engage all your senses.

Everything changes once your feelings change

The heat and redness in your face is a secondary problem and a result of physical, emotional and chemical changes that precede all the redness and heat in your face.

What this means.

Learn how to control and calm your mind, feelings and your bodies response is the solution to ending all that intense redness and heat in your face and the feelings of self consciousness in your mind.

If you're fed up with your seemingly inability to control your blushing, mind, body and emotions, and you have had enough of the daily emotional suffering and stress. 

And you're looking for a proven strategy that will provide you everything you need to know and do to overcome your blushing, your anxiety and the fear of it. 

Then the blush free solution can help you to quickly end your intense and excessive blushing and your anxiety by teaching you how to calm your mind, and calm and control your bodies responses and emotions.

Because when you change from within, you will change on the outside.

The first part of the Blush Free program will help you to end all your excessive and intense heat and redness in your face the second stage will take you to the next level by helping you to eliminate any mild blushing. 

This is not a magic pill, because there isn't one. Anybody who offers you a miracle cure, is not helping you, but it is the next best thing.

It takes a certain amount of time, learning and effort. You have to be prepared and ready to learn and do the action steps, techniques and exercises.

You will have setbacks on your journey to a blush free life.

But never give up and never stop learning and doing.

Each time you go red and each time you feel anxious it is important to learn something and taking a look at the

  • The thoughts you were thinking at the time
  • How you were feeling
  • What was your physiolgy like
It is often said that we should learn from our mistakes and before you can change for the better you have to see if you could have done things differently, find out where you're going wrong or how you could have reacted differently.

And although we should try and learn from our mistakes and what we are doing wrong.

It is also important to learn from other people's mistakes and listen to and copy those what have managed to overcome their blushing and their anxiety.

Because the wiser thing to do is to copy somebody who has already successfully overcome, what you, yourself so desperately wants to overcome.

Gary Ambrosh is one person who has been through the emotional pain and stress that you're currently going through and he managed to workout where he was going wrong and what was exactly needed to do.

To overcome his chronic and once, seemingly uncontrollable excessive blushing.

If you have had enough of going bright red all the time and you are ready to end your blushing and your anxiety. 

Gary's Blush Free Solution will help you tremendously 

Changing your mental programming and habitual responses

Never make it your goal, not to go red again as that is too unrealistic and it will cause to fear blushing even more.

If it does happen. Quickly shrug it off. Because, you do not want to make a fear of that situation. Try not to get disheartened and don't be hard on yourself.

A virtually blush free and anxiety free life is possible and achievable for you. Because there are a lot of natural things that you can do to begin to overcome your facial redness problem.

The reason why you just want to stop your intense and frequent blushing. 

Because it embarrasses you and makes you feel so self conscious, anxious and insecure. Blushing is linked to insecurity.

Your so worried and you're so fixated on stopping the redness in the face that you're overlooking and failing to address the really reasons why your blushing so easily and uncontrollable.

Because if you want to overcome your blushing and anxiety for good.

You must first start to address the root psychological and physiological cause of your excessive and intense blushing.

The root cause of your blushing is your emotional conditioning that is leading to your current emotional patterns, your blushing and your emotional responses and behaviors.

And the way you are feeling. Both. physically and emotionally at the time you're put in the social position and situation that causes a blushing response.

Two things that will be beneficial for you to work on are

  • Changing your past negative and fearful emotional conditioning
  • Teaching yourself how to change a negative and calm an anxious state
Doing this will help you to achieve better emotional self-control.

Because if you're happy you cannot be sad and unhappy. If you're calm you can not feel anxious and stressed.

The body and blushing and anxiety

Most people think anxiety and blushing is all in the mind. But, you feelings and emotions are actually your body.

If you blush easily and often it could be a lot to do with your posture.

Blushing is linked to your fight, flight, freeze response and feelings and thoughts of insecurity. 

Your posture is also directly linked to your fight, flight, freeze response and feelings of insecurity.

  • Allowing your body to collapse  
  • Bend forwards and dropping your head down  
  • Pulling the back of your head down, hunching and allowing your head to protrude forwards
  • Lifting up you chin, lifting up your chest and forcing your shoulder back
  • Stiffening and holding yourself in a tense and rigid posture
The above postures that are linked to your fight, flight freeze response and feelings of low confidence and insecurity.

They also associated with feeling threatened.

If your head drops towards the ground or you hunch up, you pull the back of your head down and you protrude your head forwards.

Then these are linked to the startled and fight, flight freeze response and submissive posture. This is where you will freeze or pain and you feel emotionally overwhelmed, and in this state a blush is almost inevitable.

This state is also linked to low confidence emotions, which also trigger the redness in your face. 

The redness in your face is almost like a subconscious signal to the perceived threat to indicate that you have surrendered.

If you enter this state of submission and insecurity. Changing your physiology can break the state and pattern and save you from going red.

Sensations of stress and tension in your muscles will significantly increase your chances of going red.

Tension in the body leads to tension in the mind. When your muscles are stiff and tense, you will also tend to have more tense and anxious types of thoughts and imaginings.

Stress or tension in the mind and body will switch you over to survival mode, your imagination will go into overdrive and you will have a lot more emotional and tense responses. 

Because your emotional brain uses your body as part of a feedback loop Any tension in the mind and body will be interpreted as.

There must be a threat in your surrounding environment. And your emotional brain and your senses will constantly remain stuck on high alert to danger and they will seek out the perceived threat.

Because, they're aren't any genuine threats. Your blushing and all the social situations and people that might embarrasses you, will be regarded as the threat that needs defeating.

When your muscles are tense and stiff, your confidence levels will drop as you shift into survival mode. Where you will either freeze or react with fear. It will also force more blood into your face.

Many blushers get stuck in a  virtually permanent a tense or stressful state. These fight, flight or freeze responses can become a habitual and normal way of responding, feeling and behaving.

Learning how to stand, sit and move with poise and balance will help to decrease your anxiety levels and leave you feeling more comfortable and relaxed.

When we shorten in stature. Where we hunch our shoulders, pull the back of our head down and push our heads forwards.

We go into the startled pattern mode. This is what is known as the freeze part of our fight our fight or flight response.

You know the feeling.

Lets say. All the attention is suddenly put on you and you just freeze, go inwards, feel emotionally overwhelmed and paralyzed and you just turn bright red.

This shorten in stature response is also linked to the submissive posture.

Many people think that the redness in our face was an evolutionary process that was formed to signal too and let our attackers know, we have surrendered.

Dropping your head down and allowing your body to collapse or curling up, like a hedgehog also trigger feelings of insecurity and low confidence, which again can trigger the redness in your face.

Another thing that is just as bad. Is, the stiffening of your muscles.

Try to avoid, sitting and standing to straight or any form of stiffening your body. Like, lifting up your chin, lifting up your chest and forcing your shoulders back in a stiff and rigid posture or any other tense and rigid posture.

When your body is stiff or tense. It puts you in fearful state of anticipation for danger.

All your joints should be free and you should stand and sit and your natural but relaxed height, with the least amount of tension.

The video below will help you get out of any tense and uncomfortable, fearful and insecure postures.

Worry less, blush less

You only have so much trouble with blushing because you worry about it happening so much.

Worrying about it will not help one little bit. In fact it will reinforce the negative feelings and responses.

How do you stop worrying about blushing?

You don't stop worrying. If you try, you will hold onto to your worry and you will create even more stress and tension.

If you leave your mind alone. Your mind will soon give up and calm itself. 

Learning how to relax and change your feelings. Will also decrease your worries and anxiety. It, will also help you sleep better.

Accepting that you might go red, and being OK with it. Will also help to stop the emotional arousal.

Even better. Teaching yourself, how to prevent a blush and control your mind and body. Will, mean, you will no longer need to worry about blushing, because you will know how to stop a blush in its tracks if it starts to happen.

Believing is the first step

First you must believe that you can overcome your blushing. Otherwise you want do the action work that is required.

Many others have already done it, therefore there is no reason why you can't. 

Second you need to pinpoint the emotions that are triggering your blushing as blushing is triggered by an inward emotion that triggers the release of adrenaline and physical and chemical changes in your body that result in the intense redness and heat in your face.

Now you know you go red because of the way you are feeling at the time. If you want to be blush free, you have to work on calming your mind and body and changing the way you respond.

Because if the reason why you have an excessive and intense blushing problem is down to how you feel at the time it happens.

Then the solution is all about learning to manage your state and knowing how to quickly change your state.

Your fear and anxiety, which is a huge part of your problem. Is being driven by you previous blushing and embarrassing experiences.

What has happened is. You have learned and wired your brain to associate blushing and the social situations that cause it, with your fight or flight response. 

Therefore it is necessary for you to rewire your brain to feel calm and composed in all your socially embarrassing trigger situations and to rewire your brain not to associate your fight or flight response with the blushing itself.

Because. If you want to overcome your excessive and intense blushing, if you want to begin to reduce your anxiety, tension and stress, which again are making your blushing a whole lot worse.

If you want to live a happier, blush, anxiety and stress free life. 

Then you are going to have to make some changes and you are going to have to rewire your brain, change the way you respond learn how to calm your mind and body.

Emotional problems like blushing and social anxiety and the two are closely linked, do not resolve themselves.

Once you start to calm your mind and body and you start to overcome your blushing. Sometimes, your face can still start to feel mildly warm at times, which can cause you to feel a bit self conscious.

But, this does not mean that you're going red, All, it will be is a bit of body temperature rise and fluctuation. If, you look in the mirror, you will notice, that your face has not gone red, even though you think it has.

The real solution to this problem, lies with you and the decisions and actions you decide to take.

The Blush Free Program will help you change your past negative and fearful emotional conditioning. Teach you how to change a negative and anxious state, so you return back to a state of calm, composure and balance.

It will also help you to stop a blush in its tracks and educate your mind to switch off the blushing and anxiety pattern and response.

There is absolutely nothing wrong with you that cannot be put right

You may think that you are alone and the only one who is suffering in silence with an excessive blushing and anxiety problem.

But, you would be wrong. Because there are literally hundreds and hundreds of people who are searching desperately each day for ways to stop blushing and end their anxiety.

You might even think that you are different or that there is something wrong with you.

But, you would be wrong again. Because, there is absolutely nothing wrong with you that cannot be put right.

You are a perfectly normal person, in fact blushing and anxiety is a sign of creative intelligence.

You might have lost hope and you may have convinced yourself that you will have to live and put up with this problem for the rest of your life.

But this is not true. Because you can overcome your excessive blushing and you can prevent all of that intense heat in your face and the feelings of self consciousness in your mind.

But before you can put things right and begin to end all your intense and excessive blushing, you first need to know what is causing it and why you are stuck in a blushing and anxiety trap, loop and cycle.

Then there are three things that you need to do to overcome it.

  • Awareness
  • Change
  • Overcome
There are several things that are causing you to blush easily, frequently and intensively. 

Which is fuelling your blushing and holding you stuck in a vicious blushing and anxiety loop, which is causing you all that daily emotional suffering.

Each time you blush, each you feel anxious or each time you worry about it happening or imagine and anticipate yourself in a blushing inducing situation.

There is always a better way of responding and an alternative way of imaging those types of blushing scenarios.

Blushing is linked to insecurity and it can soon become a self fulfilling prophecy Where because you expect and fear it might happen, it usually does. 

Here is the most important things you need to know. The reason why you go so bright red is because of the way you're feeling at the time it happens.

Because, blushing starts to become a big problem. 

When you begin to attach your fight, flight freeze response to all those situations that make you feel embarrassed or cause you to go red or you become embarrassed about being embarrassed.

Banish your blushing with the Blush Free Cure

Treating the root source of your blushing

The best way to approach your blushing and anxiety problem is by tackling it at its most fundamental, emotional, psychological and physiological root level.

Your blushing problem originates from your brain, your physiology, how you're feeling and the way you have taught yourself to respond.

This means, the root source of your blushing problem has a lot to do with. 

The way that you are thinking, the way that you are approaching this problem, your learned behaviors, the way that you are reacting, your levels of stress, anxiety, tension as well as your happiness levels.

Another thing that has a big impact on your blushing and your anxiety is, all of your past negative and embarrassing experiences that are causing you to react with fear or feelings of discomfort.

How you handled those embarrassing situations at the time and how you reacted to them and how much you allowed your blushing to affect you afterwards, will also determine your levels of fear and anxiety.

Most blushers focus on the problem and trying to think of away to stop the redness in their face.

If you are doing this. 

Then you are making one of the biggest mistakes that you could ever make. It is also preventing you from focusing on working on a solution that will fix the root causes of your facial redness problem.

The one important thing that blushers don't realize is. 

Focusing on your blushing problem is actually part of the problem and it is making your blushing more likely to happen and it is also responsible for a lot of your anxiety, stress and emotional suffering.

There is only one way to fix a problem and that is to treat and fix the root source of it which is learning how to control and change your feelings and emotions.

Understanding the reasons why you blush is the first step to overcoming it

Blushing is a stressful response to an external stimuli. Which is triggered by an inward emotion, such as embarrassment, fear, anxiety and low confidence emotions.

What this means is. If you suffer from an excessive and uncontrollable blushing problem, then you also suffer from anxiety. Most blushers will have some degree of social anxiety.

Therefore, if you want to overcome your blushing then you have to treat your social anxiety as well.

The anxiety is your fight, flight freeze response being activated. 

Because you have attached your fight, flight, freeze response to your blushing and all the social situations that make you feel ashamed, humiliated or embarrassed.

Everytime you are put in one of those socially embarrassing or awkwards situations or you learn that you might have to face one of those situations that might make you feel embarrassed or cause you to blush..

Your brain will automatically activate your anxiety and your fight, flight freeze response.

This, triggers the release of adrenaline into your body. 

Your digestive systems will become switched off, because all the blood that is used to operate your digestive system will be pumped to your major muscle groups to give you more energy.

Your heartbeat will increase, your breathing will become rapid and shallow and the vein in your face will dilate which will allow all the extra blood flow into your face. 

As you notice the heat rising in your face. You will start to feel more self conscious and emotionally overwhelmed.

As you begin to feel more and more blood being forced into your face. 

Those negative feelings you are experiencing will begin to intensify and those feelings of embarrassment and self consciousness will become stronger.

All you will want to do is you will feel the urge to escape and get away from this situation, before anybody notices or makes a comment.

Once your embarrassing situation is over. Because you don't want to experience it again. You will want to avoid that type of situation in the future.

Each time it happens and you react this way. You will strengthen those feelings of anxiety, fear and embarrassment and this is what is the problem.

Before it became a major issue and problem to you. Blushing wasn't the problem. Yes, it probably annoyed you.

The reason why it blushing now a problem is because you have attached your fight or flight response to your blushing and all those social situations that make you feel embarrassed, ashamed or humiliated.

All of these will then become your blushing bad memories and your mind will then use these bad memories to gauge how you should react and behave.

Should you have to face that type of embarrassing social situation or a similar type of social situation.

This is the anxiety and this is why you are having all those 

"What if I go red thoughts"

And this is why you're having all those blushing and anxiety inducing thoughts and imaginings.

Also, because you now have a fear of blushing. Your mind will start to anticipate any social situation where there is a remote chance that you might go red.

What you can do to overcome your excessive blushing?

So how do you stop blushing, read on?

Although you have associated blushing and embarrassment with your fight, flight freeze response and danger. It is important for you to begin to train your mind to accept

  1. Blushing cannot harm you, it never has and it never will
  2. Anxiety cannot harm you, it never has and it never will
  3. Being made the center of attention or being put under the spotlight of attention cannot harm you, it never has and it never will
You have blushed many times already and you have experienced this feelings before and you have been put in all these types of situations many times before and you have come through them safe and secure.

So the belief that they can harm you is a big lie and a cruel hoax your mind is playing on you.

For every blushing inducing scenario that you imagine, which is causing you to react with fear and anxiety.

There is an alternative way of imaging that type of situation. If you hijack these imagings and you imagine yourself handling the situation in a cool and calm resourceful manner and you imagine yourself reacting with calm and ease.

The feelings will begin to switch from fear to calm.

Because blushing is a psychological and physiological response. A psychological and physiological solution is required.

The reason why you go bright red is all down to the emotional and physical state you were in at the time it happens.

Your thoughts, feelings, your stressful responses and your behaviors are all linked and they all have a direct affect on each other.

The more you worry and fear it happening. The more likely it will happen.

Because of your mind body connection. You will also feel more anxious and you will be more prone to going red at times when you are feeling stressed or your muscles are tense.

Blushing is also linked to low confidence, low moods and thoughts and feelings of insecurity.

If you notice how you are feeling at the time it happens. What you will probably find is.

You will already be worrying and anticipating it happen and you will also be in a fearful and state of panic or you will be feeling in a low confidence mood and state of being.

Now you understand that the reason why you go red so easily and intensively is because you have attached your fight, flight, freeze response to your blushing and all those situations that might make you go red or feel embarrassed.

You can no shift your focus of attention off your blushing and you can put all your attention on. 

Training your brain to dissociate your fight or flight response away from all those situations that cause you to go red or make you feel embarrassed and start to reduce your anxiety and stress levels.

And there is a very good reason why you should stop thinking about your blushing and you should stop trying to stop your blushing.

Because, everytime you try to stop it, avoid it or not want it to happen. You will strengthen the fight, flight, freeze response and the association of danger to your blushing and any social situation where it might happen.

And you brain is very good at creating imaginary facial flushing scenarios which are what has been causing you all the worry, anxiety and stress. Which will significantly increase the chances of you going red.

Because, when you fear blushing, you will blush more often and it will be more intense and longer in duration.

If you want to stop blushing then you have to break this fear and anxiety link and learn to change the way you respond.

Anytime you start to feel anxious and you begin go red. Relax, breathe out, smile and let yourself know that it is just feelings and bit of heat in the face. To stop any self consciousness and any emotional arousal.

Because the more you want to stop blushing or avoid or get away from the situations where it might happen. The more power and fuel you will give to your blushing.

The things that will hold your facial redness and anxiety patterns in place which will prevent you from ever overcoming your blushing are.

  1. The association of your fight, flight, freeze response to the heat and redness in your face (Blushing) and all those social situations that cause you to feel embarrassed, anxious, humiliated or ashamed (negative memories).
  2. Trying not to blush, worrying about it, attempting to stop it and trying to fight it
  3. Being in a state of fear, stress and tension
  4. Low confidence and unhappy emotions
  5. Wanting to avoid or escape from any situation that might make you blush, make feel uncomfortable or make you feel embarrassed, ashamed or humiliated 
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Calm your mind, calm you body and your blushing will cease

You don't cure anxiety and you don't stop blushing by making trying to stop it. 

That just causes more emotional arousal and suffering.

The antidote to anxiety and the cure for excessive blushing. 

Before you can stop blushing.

You have to learn how to calm your mind and keep your body relaxed and free of tension, anxiety and stress.

If you want to overcome your blushing. 

You first have to learn how to manage your feelings and emotions and you have to train yourself to respond differently, in those situations where you would normally turn bright red.

Once once it become obvious, to why you have a problem with blushing. You will soon be well on your way to a blush and anxiety free life.

Is all about training yourself how to remain cool, calm and composed in all those social situations, that would normally make you go red.

You want to replace those fearful and low confidence and low mood emotions. 

With positive and happy feelings and feelings of calm and ease.

The less you care about it happening and the less you worry about it happening the less and less it will happen.

Because, blushing is linked to anxiety and your fight, flight, freeze response. 

You will also need to learn how to decrease your anxiety levels and detach your fight. flight, freeze response from all those social situations. 

That would normally make you feel embarrassed, ashamed or leave you feeling humiliated.

If you really want to overcome your blushing. Then, give up trying to defeat it or force it to stop, because that just increases your anxiety levels.

Rather than trying to stop blushing. A better way of putting things would be.

"It is OK if I blush, and I am not bothered who notices"

As this will begin to decrease you anxiety levels.

Don't suffer in silence

Fear, anxiety and low confidence are all negative states, which make socializing very frightening, challenging and uncomfortable.

Because of all this, they can struggle to find help. The mere thought alone of having to speak to their Doctor about it or even a family member can bring about feelings of fear and anxiety.

It can be very hard to open up to people about your blushing problem. Even if you do, most people have no idea how much you're suffering from within, and it is highly unlikely they can provide you with the help you need.

Most people do not understand the symptoms you're feeling in social situations and the amount of emotional suffering on a day to day basis.

I expect you feel like hiding yourself away from nearly all social situations. Sometimes that can seem like it's the only way you can escape all the anxiety and feelings of discomfort.

It is understandable, why you want to avoid nearly all social contact. The problem with this strategy is. What you avoid, you learn to fear more.

All blushers want to do something about their problem, but because this problem makes them feel so worried, uncomfortable and anxious.

Trying to face social situations can become so challenging, fearful and stressful.

The only other option for most blushers is to turn to the internet and browse through forums, blogs and websites.

What you need to know

Our thoughts, feelings, emotions and our stressful and fearful responses are all linked and they all affect each other.

The reasons why you go so red is down to the emotional and physical state that you're in at the time it happens. One of the reason why you blush so much is because you worry and care to much about it happening.

Give up the fight 

You cannot fight, force, think away or make yourself stop blushing or stop feeling anxious. That just makes your problem worse and keeps you stuck in a vicious and self perpetuating cycle. 

Like any other problem. 

The first step is to give up your fight and completely surrender to and accept it, if you want to end the emotional suffering.

But you can learn how to manage your physical and emotional state and change the way you respond. 

Once you manage that, You will be virtually blush free and you will have very little anxiety.

You have to accept it can happen and be OK with that. You will have more anxious thoughts and feelings because you don't want to have anxious thoughts and feelings and you will blush more because you don't want to blush.

It's all about learning how to train yourself to keep your mind and body calm, knowing how to quickly get yourself out of those stressful, fearful and negative states that are responsible for the redness in your face and ending all the anticipating and fearing that you're going to blush.

Focus on the solution not the problem 

Again, thinking and focusing on trying to stop blushing and stop feeling anxious, cultivates more feelings of anxiety which results in more blushing. 

The secret, is to change your feelings and responses. What you try to stop expands and lingers on longer. 

Instead of trying to stop blushing, which just causes intense emotional arousal. It is better accept you might blush and be OK with that. When you're worrying about blushing, keep telling yourself.

"It's OK If I blush" and make sure you mean it.

Instead of wasting your time and energy focusing on blushing. Work on your physiology, managing your thoughts and emotions and changing the way you feel. Because that is the way to overcome this problem.

Blushing and anxiety happen more, when our mind and body are out of sync and balance. This means you should work on bringing your mind and body back into sync and balance.

Never make it your goal to never want to blush again 

Everybody goes red to some extent at times. The key is, the intensity and duration of it and how often it happens. Another key issue is, how you react to it at the time and after.

If you make it an obsession to never go red again. Then that is asking for trouble. A virtual blush free life is possible with time, effort, understanding and practice and that needs to start with having the attitude of.

I couldn't care less if I blush and I am not bothered what others say or think.

If you let it bother you or you react badly, you will create a fear of that situation. It is better to shrug it off and dismiss it as no big deal and try and learn something from that situation to help you in the future.

9 Tips To Further Help You Control Your Blushing, Feelings And Emotions

The secret is to keep learning and to keep on making continuous and progressive progress and improvements.

Even if you can manage to make a 1% improvement and progress each day, then in a few months from now, you will have made giant strides to overcoming your blushing and your social anxiety.

If you keep going backwards by 1% each day, in a few months time, you will be in a much worse situation than you are now.

Below are eight tips practical tips and lifestyle changes that can help you to reduce your social anxiety and help you to overcome your excessive blushing.

It all has a lot to do with learning how to relax, feel good and train yourself how to manage your physical, mental and your emotional state.

1) Ending your fear of going red

The first step to overcoming your blushing is to cease being afraid of it. Blushing is an outward sign of an inward emotion.

Two of the main emotions that trigger the redness and heat in your body are. The emotion that is associated with fear and the sad and low confidence emotions.

The reason why you fear it is because you don't want it to happen and you don't like it. The trouble is not wanting it to happen keeps the fear cycle going.

The best way to cease being afraid of going red, is to accept it could happen and let yourself know it is OK for you to blush and mean it. As this will end the emotional arousal.

One of the reasons you go red so often is because you worry to much about it happening, when you cease caring about it happening, you will begin to go red less and less.

This can be hard concept to grasp, because your current mindset is one of, you don't want to go red, but it is a pattern that you need change and break.

Even if it does happen, shrug it off as no big deal, otherwise you will create a fear of that particular social situation to add to all your other fears of it.

You want to begin to reduce your fear, not add to them and you do this through a process of elimination.

2) Low confidence emotions

The other emotion that trigger all that redness in your face and body are the low confidence and sad emotions.

Blushing is more likely to happen if your feeling low, unhappy or underconfident.

Sometime we can feel low and insecure if we have been ill or we are mentally and physically burnt out or exhausted.

Keep yourself hydrated and if you feel low or you lack energy. Make sure yout ake it easy and get plenty of rest and relaxation.

Therefore it is essential for you to work on increasing your confidence and being as happy as you possibly can.

Things that can affect your confidence and happiness are. You're posture. Avoid leaning forwards, slouching or trying to stand too tall and rigid.

People who are low on confidence, are often told to stand tall, however this can lead to muscle stiffness which can leave you feeling uncomfortable. 

Muscle stiffness is also linked to, your fight or flight reflex mode, causing you to react with fear. Also, the more tense you are, the more blood you will force into your face.

A better way of putting it would be to sit, stand and move at your naturally height and full expansion, without stiffening.

One of the reason why people suffer low confidence is because they don't like themselves enough or they think that they're not good enough or worthy enough.

Each day as you wake up and go to bed. Stand in front of the mirror, gaze into your eyes, and say to your reflection several times.

  • I love myself 
  • I like myself 
  • I am good enough in every way
And do this every single day.

Learn to like and approve of yourself, faults included. Manage your self talk, because the only person that can diminish you is yourself.

Believe in yourself, and no longer see yourself as inferior to others. 

Your diet is also important as is staying well hydrated as they both can affect your mood and your anxiety levels.

If you are sensitive to certain foods, then this can affect how you feel, it is also important that you eat a healthy balanced and varied diet. 

Having high nutritional foods, so you get the required amount of your daily vitamins and minerals is essential. Or take a vitamin and mineral supplement.

Getting enough quality sleep is also important and try to avoid burnout or exhaustion. Focus on doing the things you enjoy and make it your dominant intention to feel good.

Thinking about blushing, will never result in a solution, all it does is activate more negative energy. Pick thoughts that make you feel good or think about general or neutral thoughts and things.

Get yourself a hobby, paint, read, go for long walks or do anything that does not make you feel bad.

It is very hard to manage your blushing and anxiety if you're sitting or standing in tense postures. The video below is an excellent demonstration of how to sit and stand with the least amount of tension.

When you sit down, it is important to sit right, so you're sitting on your sit bones, but you should not try to sit up straight or tense.

When you sit down, it is essential that you don't slump or tense your body when you get in and out of your chair or whilst you're sitting in your seat.

Because when you sit with a collapsed spine with your head protruding forwards or you're in a shrinking posture. 

Then you're sending a signal to your brain that you're being threatened and you will be putting yourself in survival mode.

A shortened posture is linked to insecurity, low confidence and submissiveness and it can significantly increase the chances of your face turning red should any attention be put on you. 

In evolutionary terms. 

The red face sort of acts as a surrender signal to the dominant and confident individuals and it is relaying that they aren't posing a threat.

The person in a shrunken posture is accepting a subordinate and submissive position in the group and when you're in a submissive posture, a blush is almost inevitable.

Tensing your muscles, lifting up your chin and chest and trying to sit and stand too tall is just as bad as shrinking in stature. 

Tense and tight muscles are linked to your fight or flight reflex response. Therefore, if your muscles are tense then again.

Your brain, will interpret these signals as your being threatened, which will increase your anxiety levels and increase the chances of you going red.

Also when we sit and stand in tense and out of balanced postures or we shrink in stature and allow our chest and head to collapse. 

Then this can cause low confidence emotions or the release of adrenaline which causes more anxiety and is responsible for the opening of your blood vessels in your face.

Although there is no way of proving this. Tense or shortened postures, will make you feel more uncomfortable and it will increase your chances of going red.

One of the main reasons for blushing is anxiety and low confidence emotions, which are all linked to your body.

The reason why you go bright red has a lot to do with how you're feeling both physically and emotionally. 

Therefore anything that can help to make you feel more relaxed and confident is going to help you.

The video below, will show you how to sit and stand, with the least amount of tension.

3) Reduce your stress and release any tension

Blushing is much more likely to happen when you're feeling stressed or tense. 

When you're feeling stressed and tense. Your mind interprets this as, something bad is about to happen which will increase your anxiety levels.

Fear and anxiety are a physical state. Therefore it is essential for you to relax and keep active.

Exercising and keeping active is a great way to relieve the physical symptoms of stress, tension and anxiety, it can also help to boost your mood as well.

Although it is important to relax, because although exercise and keeping active is important. The best way to reduce your stress, is not to get stressed in the first place.

Try and pinpoint the root causes of your stress and begin to change the way you react. Avoid rushing and if you notice yourself beginning to feel stressed.

Pause for a few minutes, and take some deep breaths and try and bring yourself back to the present moment.

Also, when you feel stressed or you feel the urge to rush. Deliberately, stop and slow yourself down.

Relaxation is the antidote to stress. Find ways to relax, and spend twenty or so minutes each day, deeply relaxing.

Things like mindfulness, meditation, listening to relaxing music or self hypnosis are great stress busters.

Avoid any stimulants or try to minimize things that causes stimulation. Cut back or eliminate on caffeine, avoid too much alcohol or high in sugar foods. 

Have a unwinding routine before you go to bed, Switch off the TV or and electrical devices, and listen to some relaxing music or read a book, before you go to bed.

If you go to bed relaxed, You will get a relaxing and restorative good night's sleep, and you will wake up feel relaxed and refreshed.

It's all about implementing positive daily habits and sticking to them.

4) Managing those anxious thoughts

If you suffer with blushing and social anxiety. Then no doubt, you will probably be dogged by negative and anxious thoughts throughout you day that will annoy you and cause you endless stress and anxiety.

You have been probably, wondering how can I stop these anxious thoughts?

The answer is, don't try and stop a negative thought. Because, the more you try and stop them or suppress them the more you will think about them.

You cannot stop a thought once it has been activated, so your next best option is, how to stop the emotional arousal and momentum from gather pace.

Because once you have allowed a negative or stressful thought to gather momentum, it is to late and your day is ruined.

The trick is. Do not try not to worry or attempt to stop or blockout a negative or anxious thoughts. Instead, changed the way you react to them.

If you' notice a anxious or worry thought. Do the exact opposite to what you would normally do.

Do not judge or react badly. Just acknowledge that it is just a thought, then allow and encourage your mind to think the thoughts.

Just observe your mind, and let your mind think the fearful thoughts, and what you will find is. After a brief bit of mild discomfort and emotional arousal. Your mind will calm down all by itself, if you leave it alone.

If you're having those what if thoughts. Answer them and turn the negative energy into positive energy. 

Let your mind know.

"Whatever happens, I'll be OK" or "If that happens. I'll be OK.

If you're feeling worried or anxious about what someone might say. Ease your anxious mind, by letting you know.

"You're OK with that"

Or say to yourself. What if everything goes great, what if I stay cool, calm and confident.

Always let you know that, you can handle it and you will be OK.

Or you can reply to those what if thoughts with, so what.

You can even ask yourself. 

"Why would I want to feel anxious"

"Why would I want to blush"

Again, the more tense you are, the more you will tend to have, tense related thoughts.

If you find yourself worrying about a social situation, again change the energy. Tell yourself things like, 
  • I will look forwards to that.... 
  • I am going to enjoy.... 
  • That sounds like fun.....
If you are having the same persistent negative and anxious thoughts, try this simple trick, demonstrated in the video below.

If all the stress and worry is disrupting your sleeping or making it hard fo you to fall asleep.

Create a relaxing and unwinding bedtime routine. Switch off all your phones, computers and TV, unless you are listening or watching something serene and relaxing. 

Have a warm bath or put on some nice relaxing and soothing music.

There are plenty of relaxing videos on Youtube or use a hypnosis recording.

When you go to bed, Write all your worries down on a piece of paper. Then don't think about trying to get to sleep.

Just relax. If your mind starts to focus on worry or stressful thoughts. Don't attempt to try and stop or suppress them.

Just, leave your mind alone, and it will soon still itself. If it keeps on returning to the negative thoughts, repeat.

5) Facing your fears

Because people don't like feeling anxious or fearful. They tend to want to avoid any situation, that makes them feel uncomfortable.

But if you want to grow and build your social confidence and if you want to eliminate your social fears, you will have to face your feared situations.

Everybody feels uncomfortable at times. The trouble starts when you become afraid of feeling uncomfortable.

To eliminate your fears and anxiety. Accept that you might feel a bit anxious, and again be OK with that.

Learning to reduce your stress and releasing your tension, will make it a lot easier for you to face your fears.

Entering a stressful and challenging situation, and accepting you might feel anxious and being OK with that, will help you a lot.

If you start to feel anxious or uncomfortable. Don't try and fight it or attempt to stop it.

Just, recognise that it is just feelings and feelings cannot harm you and they will soon subside.

The best thing that you can do when you start to feel anxious and uncomfortable. Is to try and act as normal as possible.

Embrace the feelings, see it as just a fluctuation of energy. Then smile, hum a happy tune to yourself and keep smiling and start to relax your body.

Most people freeze, panic and go inside of themselves. Making a quick shift in your physiology can snap you out of the freeze state and pattern or try moving about.

Carry on, feeling the feelings and allow them to carry on, just observe how you feel and let the emotions rise up through your body and away.

Do not panic or react negatively. Just smile, relax your shoulders, take some slow deep breaths, and keep your focus of attention on what you're doing or put it on something externally.

Where most people go wrong is. They think that they must never feel anxious, so they try and stop themselves from feeling anxious.

But that is unrealistic and it will create a never ending cycle of anxiety and stress.

But it is OK to feel a bit anxious. So instead of fighting it or wanting to avoid feeling anxious. 

Tell yourself, it is OK for you to feel anxious, and remind yourself if you just embrace it, feel it and observe it. Then it will soon subside.

The trick is, to immediately focus on relaxing.

Change your inner dialogue from feeling anxious to feeling excited.

If you're feeling very anxious. Imagine yourself on a beautiful tropical beach and just engage with all your senses. 

Focus on what you can see, hear, smell, feel the heat of the sun or the gentle breeze on your body and imagine you're drinking or eating your favourite food or ice chilled drink.

You can practice this in a quiet place first.

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6) Change the way you respond

If you feel as if you're about to blush. Do not panic, accept it and tell yourself it's OK If I Blush.

If you really feel anxious and you're at the point of no return of blushing. Relax your shoulders, relax your stomach and again, take some slow deep breaths.

If you feel anxious and fearful. Whilst you're doing this. Keep telling yourself silently. "I want to blush".

Another tip some people recommend is. Try and imagine your feet warming up so you can redirect the heat into your feet, instead of your face.

You could practice this by imagining you are standing in a bowl of warm water and feel and imagine your feet warming up. 

Then, when you feel the heat rising in your face, imagine your feet warming up. This will also help distract you from focusing on the blushing, which just makes it more intense and longer in duration.

Try to keep out of your head and keep your focus of attention external.

There are much better, quicker and more effective ways of overcoming your blushing for good and you can learn these with the Blush Free Program.

7) Self hypnosis and visualization

Overcoming your blushing is all about learning how to calm your mind and your body.

Negative thoughts and imaginings will disempower you and cause you to react with anxiety and stress.

The reason why so many people get stuck in vicious loop and cycle is because they are thinking about and imagining what they don't want and then their mind and body will use the fear emotion to try and get you to avoid or get away from the imagined blushing inducing scenario.

When you think about not wanting to go red, you will activate and increase the negative and fearful neural associations and responses.

Therefore only imagine and focus on, what you do want and how you want to be and feel.
To try and decrease your fears and anxieties. 

Take away the negative. So instead of worrying and caring about going red. Stop caring if it happens and stop caring about other people noticing or making a comment. 

Because you want to try and leave behind, all your past negative blushing experiences and what you don't want. 

But, you cannot do that. If you keep on thinking about what you don't want to happen.

You cannot get rid of all your unwanted negative and fearful thoughts. But, you can learn to detach yourself from them and your imagination.

Find somewhere quiet, take some slow deep breaths, release any tension you're holding on to and just allow yourself to relax.

Then think and imagine the situation that caused you to feel anxious and then, try and remain and keep your body relaxed whilst you keep on imagining the fearful situation and keep doing this.

See, each anxious and embarrassing situation as a challenge for you to overcome and an opportunity for you to learn and become better.

Replacing reacting with fear with remaining cool, calm and at ease, should be what you focus on.

The only way forwards is to rise and no longer care if you go red.

Often low confidence is attached to a blushing problem. Confidence is just a feeling, which is the opposite to fear and a knowing.

That whatever happens, you'll be OK.

It is impossible to feel confident if you are worrying about going red all the time.

The secret is to try and be yourself and to be the person you choose and not the person that your past  negative experiences and others has defined you to be, think and behave.

Self hypnosis is a powerful tool that can help to retrain and reprogram your mind to react differently in all those situations where before you would go red and react wth fear.

Self hypnosis is a useful tool to use alongside other relaxing techniques. It is also a useful tool to help you relax and reduce your stress and tension.

The two self hypnosis sessions I would recommend are.

It is important to reprogram your mind and change those fearful responses and neural associations, with calm responses and associations. 

These sessions will teach you how to change the way you feel and respond and if you keep using them, because it can take time to change, you will begin to lower your feelings of discomfort.

Even with the power of hypnosis, change can take time. Do not use them once or twice and then dismiss them.

The trick is to pinpoint the situations that make you go red and then. One by one, work on changing the way you feel.

Even if you do decide to give self hypnosis a go. 

If at any time during your day, you start to imaging blushing scenarios.

Still, see and imagine yourself in any situation where your mind presents a fear imagined blushing scenario, being and feel calm, cool and at ease.

And keep using the self hypnosis sessions, until you start responding differently and then any time afterwards you feel you need a top up.

It is essential that you change the way you feel and respond in all those situations and to all those imagings where you feel anxious and you react with fear.

Pinpoint what situations and imaginings cause you a fearful reaction. Then, through your imagination work on changing the feelings.

Each time you imagine a situation that causes you to react with fear. Examine which people and social trigger situations are causing these reactions.

It could be what others are saying about you. You might be responding to them talking about you, looking at you or laughing at you or all three.

Once you have identified what is triggering your fearful response. Imaging your in that situation, but this time imagine how calm you feel, how composed you feel, how comfortable you feel. And really focus on how great this feels to you.

However, it is still important to have a healthy and relaxed lifestyle as well. Because if you're feeling overly stressed, anxious and tense, then it becomes a lot harder to control your body and your blushing.

8) Develop a couldn't care less attitude

Although we should always be nice and respectful to others and treat them well.

To help you overcome your fears and feelings of embarrassment sometimes a couldn't care less attitude is a good approach.

Like not caring what others think or what they might say to you or not caring if you blush and not caring about others noticing it or saying something about it.

We all make mistakes and we all feel embarrassed from time to time, but is it worth you constantly worrying about it or beating yourself up afterwards.

Learn to let things go and move on and give up worrying and caring about what others might think or say about you.

9) Thought Field Therapy

Fear and anxiety is one of the main reasons why you blush.

Blushing and all the anxiety that is attached to it is being driven by a previous embarrassing, negative, shameful or humiliating experience.

For each and every blushing inducing situation, there will usually be a bad memory that is trigger all your anxiety, fear and nervous anticipation.

All your negative blushing bad memories have been attached to your fight, flight, freeze response that leads to all the worry, anticipation and anxiety and inevitably, your blushing.

The reason why you blush, is all down to how you feel and how you feel is being driven by your negative blushing bad memories. This is what we call the social anxiety.

Eliminate your social anxiety and you will begin to blush less and less.

There are two things that are causing your anxious responses.

1) Your internal worries, bad memories and your blushing anticipation thoughts and imaginings.

2) Your external social blushing triggers and stimuli.

To overcome your blushing and anxiety. You need to begin to reduce and dissociate your fight or flight response away from your bad memories and your external social stimuli.

Thought Field Therapy is a simple but highly effective technique that can help you to reduce and dissociate your fight or flight response away from your blushing and any social situation, that makes you feel anxious or causes you to freeze or react with fear.

All you have to do is to tune into the social situations that make you feel anxious, fearful and worried.

You can go through and return to all the external social situations that cause you to react with anxiety and your blushing responses.

This technique also works. If you focus on your external worries and fears, which you are worried happening or what you're anticipating and fearing might happen.

Imagine your back in those situations that make you feel worried or anxious and think about what you're worried about whilst performing the TFT.

The video below with demonstrate the powerful TFT tapping routine. You can find plenty more of these Thought Field Therapy videos on Youtube.

All you have to do is focus on or imagine yourself in those situations that make you react with fear or tune into the thoughts that trigger an anxious response and then perform this simple tapping routine a exercise.

Go through each different social situation that might make you blush and think about what is making you feel anxious or what you're worrying about or anticipating might happen or what has previously happened.

Focus on the emotions and the people or situations that cause you to feel anxious and go red. Also focus on the emotions that you're feeling or the emotions you worried about happening.

Like, embarrassment, shame, fear, guilt and ridicule/humiliation. 

An example would be. Think about the person/persons and the things that they might do or say that might leave you feeling, embarrassed, ashamed or humiliated.

You can also, focus on and imagine that you're in a situation and you're starting to blush or you can feel the heat rising in your face.

The more uncomfortable you can make yourself feel, whilst you're doing this technique and thinking about a social situation that is or might make you blush or cause you to react with fear, the better.

In the case of social and anxiety. The fear exists within the mind and it is linked to your social thoughts and imaginings of anticipation and your negative memories.

If you are worried about a forthcoming social situation or your feeling anxious about something that somebody might ask you, do or what they might say about you.

You can use the TFT tapping routine on this as well.

Focus on.

The thoughts of what might happen.

An example would be.

Let's say it is your birthday coming up and you are worried about someone mentioning it or you worried about all the attention that you're going to get.

In your mind you would focus something like.

"The thought of somebody mentioning my birthday" or "The thought of having all the attention turned on me about my birthday"

As you think this. Perform the tapping sequence.

Whatever is worrying you. 

Focus on the thought of ........... (State what you're worried about)

What problem worries and scare you the most is not actually the blushing.

It is the thought and fear of someone noticing or saying something.

Focus on this and ese the TFT technique.

A good attitude to have is.

I couldn't care less if I blush and I couldn't care less if somebody notices.

When you can think about the social blushing trigger situations, without responding with fear and discomfort than you will also change the way you respond in those imagined situations for real.

Change how you respond from within and you will change how you respond externally.

If you use this TFT technique and the No Embarrassment recording. You will be able to reduce your feelings of discomfort and remove your fight, flight freeze response away from all your blushing social, external triggers.

Just pinpoint the social situations that embarrasses you and cause you to react with fear and anxiety and use these two techniques.

Focus on the people, places and social situations that make you feel anxious and embarrassed and work through each one, one at a time.

Focus on the things that they say, ask you. The people and situations that are more likely to make you blush or feel embarrassed, until you feel and respond differently.

The Blush Free Solution

If you want to end all your excessive blushand to free yourself from your daily emotional suffering, stress and worry.

The Blush Free Program. Can provide you with everything you need to overcome your blushing and anxiety so you can live the life that you want.

This program will show you how to prevent a blush before it happens. This alone, once successfully mastered will be the turning point for you.

The program will also train your mind to detach your fight or flight response from all those situations where you feel anxious, embarrassed, humiliated or ridiculed, which would normally trigger a fearful response and redness in your face.

Allowing you to treat and fix the psychological and physiological root causes of your blushing and anxiety.


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