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10 Tips To Help You Eliminate Your Excessive Blushing, Feel Calmer And Be More In Control

You're In The Wrong State Of Mind And Body

Is your mind and body your own worst enemy? 

Everytime you blush or every embarrassing and stressful social situation that happens to you. Can trap you into a negative pattern and cycle that will keep on repeating itself until you change things.

All it takes is one anxious thought or for you to start to anticipate a blushing potential situation in your mind. 

To trigger emotional, chemical and physical changes in your body which will put you into a negative and fearful state of being where a blush will almost be inevitable. 

One anxious thought can escalate into more anxious thoughts which can very quickly turn you into a state of worry, stress and panic.

The mere thought of blushing or being put in a social situation where it might happen can soon turn a social situation where you would be able to handle into a major worry, fear and panic.

The reason why you're finding it so difficult to escape from this worry, fear and anxiety trap and negative cycle.

And this habitual. Physical and emotional response and behavior. that is responsible for much of your blushing.

Is because of how you are thinking and feeling.

Your anxiety levels and your blushing are dictated by your physical and emotional state.

This means. You will blush more and you will feel more anxious at times when you are in a anxious, stressful, tense or negative state of being.

The only way to break free of your negative blushing cycle and loop is by working on 
  • Improving your mood 
  • Cease worrying or caring about it
  • Reprogram your mind
  • Reducing your stress
  • Releasing your tension 
  • Restoring you mind and body to a relaxed and balanced state of calm 
  • Changing the way you respond
Once you start to do these

You will find that you will start to blush less and less and you will begin to feel more calm and composed in all of those social situations, where you would normally go bright red.

What this all means is. If you want to overcome your blushing and begin to reduce your anxiety levels.

You have to start doing the exact opposite to what you're doing at the moment.

You only go red so much because of how you are thinking and feeling at the time it happens and because you worry about it so much.

The solution to overcoming your blushing is not to try and stop it as that will just serve to make it worse.

The really solution, is all about managing and changing the way you feel. Because it is very hard to go red and feel anxious, if you're feeling happy, calm and relaxed.

Anxiety, stress, low confidence emotions, unhappiness, tension and worry. Will hold you in the negative state where blushing, thrives.

Take yourself out of these negative states and mindsets, and your life and probelm will start to dissolve.

Change the way you think and feel and change the way you respond and you will begin to blush less and less and it will become less and less intense and noticeable, until you no longer have a problem.

How do you stop worrying about it and how do you change the way you react, so you remain calm and composed instead of panicking and turning bright red?

Everybody goes red at times

First of all. Everybody gets embarrassed from time to time and science has revealed that everybody face goes red at times. 

But not everybody dwells on it and turns it into a major battle and obsession to defeat it and make it stop.

The key issues is. How red your face goes, how often it happens, how sensitive and aware of it you are and how you are feeling at the time it happens.

The real problem starts when you begin to become embarrassed about being embarrassed.

If you tell yourself that you must stop blushing because it embarrasses you, then you will develop a fear of going red and the more you fear it the worse it becomes.

It is important that you try not to get to overly sensitive to the sensations of any heat in your face, as this can make you self conscious and tense, which can make things even worse.

If you make it your goal to never blush again. It will have the opposite effect to what you want and you will be asking for trouble.

If you're blushing easily, frequently and intensely. 

Then you will have probably reached a point where all you want is a quick solution to end all that red faced embarrassment that is spoiling your ability to interact socially and preventing you from being yourself and saying the things you want.

The chances are you probably want to hide away or even avoid nearly all social contact, to avoid feeling anxious or going red.

However, the more you avoid a social situation, the more your brain learns to fear it, so that is not the solution.

Because all that redness in your face exposes how you feel and it embarrasses you. All you probably want right now, is to end the facial redness in your face.

Blushers become so fixated on trying not to go red, that they overlook the actual root causes of it. 

You may think the most important thing for you is to find a way to stop blushing, that is all the probably matters to you at the moment.

What is important to understand is. Blushing is an emotional and physical process, pattern and response that happens in your body.

These chemical, emotional and physical processes occur before the redness in your face and they are often driven by fear. 

Therefore it is important that you work on treating the actual root causes of your blushing.

There is another important reason why you should work on treating the root causes of your blushing.

Because the embarrassment and feelings of self consciousness are not your only problem. The real big problem is, all the constant stress, worry and anxiety.

This can ruin your ability to function and interact socially, it can diminish your self confidence and when you resist and repress your emotions as you are doing, instead of processing them and releasing them.

Then not only will this significantly increase your chances of going red, it can also lead to health related issues and low moods.
Our emotions are also connected to our thought processes, beliefs, responses and bad memories which trigger your cycle of stress, worry and anxiety.

By being mindful, and feeling and releasing your emotions and letting them travel up through your body and away, in the present moment as they arise, without reacting or trying to run away from them, will help you to process and let them go. 

Instead of you holding them inside of you and causing more emotional arousal and resistance.

If you're afraid of blushing, then you're facial redness will happen more and they will be more intense and longer in duration.

It is important to let yourself know, that blushing is harmless and it is just a physical process that is happening in your body which cannot hurt you.

Fixing the root cause of your blushing

You blush because of the way you feel, think and the way you have trained your body how to respond.

When you first become embarrassed or sensisitve about blushing. Your first train of thoughts is.

I don't like this, and I want or I must to stop blushing. It is a perfectly naturally reaction, but unfortunately, it is a response and mental attitude that is going to make your problem a thousand times worse and there will be no chance of a solution until you change things. 

Because, if you make it your goal to never to go red again or you tell yourself you want to stop blush again. 

Then you will be heading for a life of more blushing, more stress and more anxiety. 

Because, you will create a fear of it and when you fear it it will happen a lot more and it will be more intense and longer induration.

The truth is. You cannot make stop your blushing or your negative feelings by trying to stop them, defeat them, suppress them, deal with them or force them to stop or go away, no matter how hard you try.

But you can stop them. By surrendering to them, giving up the fight and by not trying to stop them and  Instead focusing on ways to feel and react calmly, be happier and stress free.

You have to accept it might happen, and not care about it if it does as well as learning how to change the way you respond and reprogram your anxious mind.

Your goal should not be to try and stop blushing. Your goal should be to start to care less and less about it and to train yourself how to feel more comfortable and react calmly.

Because, the more you try not to blush and the more you worry about it happening, the more it will happen. 

This approach, of not wanting to blush keeps you stuck in a vicious cycle of anxiety, dread, fear, worry, stress and inevitably more excessive and intense blushing.

The reason why you go red so much is because you worry about it happening and you expect it to happen. 

This becomes a self fulfilling prophecy. And because you fear it and you expect it to happen, it usually does.

You blush, because of the way you feel and because of the emotional and physical state you're in at the time it happens. 

How many times as thinking about blushing or trying not to blush, helped you to go red less?

Most excessive blushers get it all wrong. In fact, they end up making what was once an annoying problem and they turn it into a full blown out a major problem that has no end or solution.

But your failure to control your blushing and anxiety, all boils down to several things. 

How you feel, your attitude and how you react to your mind and those outside external stimuli. 

What you should be focusing on is. Reducing your levels of anxiety, releasing the tension in your body. reducing your stress levels. 

Increasing your confidence and happiness levels. Detaching your fight or flight response from your past embarrassing experiences and changing the way you react and changing your mindset.

Stress and tension in your mind and body, is one of your biggest enemies in your quest to end your blushing.

The second problem you have had is. All the time you have wasted worrying and trying to stop your blushing, is what has caused a lot of your anxiety and excessive blushing.

Nearly all blushers make the common mistake of focusing on and obsessing over the problem rather than the solution and addressing the root source.

Because they are so embarrassed and worried about going red, the redness becomes the problem that needs to be stopped.

But to fix your blushing problem you have to focus on and work on the solution and changing the way you think, feel and respond.

You cannot defeat or eliminate your anxiety and blushing, as it is part of your genetic makeup. 

So instead of fighting with your feelings, responses and emotions. Learn how to tame your anxiety and teach yourself how to manage your state and change the way you respond.

Although, overcoming your blushing and anxiety takes time, knowledge and effort. 

It is better to make a start as soon as possible and learn, do and change the way you feel and respond. 

Rather than just carrying on suffering and never learning or doing anything to address and fix the root cause of your blushing.

The truth is. By taking a few simple steps and making a few lifestyle changes. You can begin to reduce your anxiety and start to blush less and less. 

if you keep practising, learning and repeating. Then in a few months from now you can accomplish massive improvements and imagine how great you're going to feel, knowing that you no longer blush excessively and intensively.

Progressive improvements and progress is the secret, without putting any pressure on yourself.

Take one step at a time. Allow for setbacks on your journey to becoming blush free and learn as you go and learn something from each setback and come back stronger.

The Blush Free Solution

If your blushing has got out of control and it dominating your thought processes and it is ruining your life and your ability to relax socially and be yourself.

There is a program created by Gary Ambrosh called Blush Free that can quickly learn you how to take control and eliminate your excessive blushing.

Once you have mastered this important step then it takes you to the next level and helps you to overcome your mild blushing.

Gary used to suffer from a chronic and excessive, uncontrollable blushing and anxiety problem. So he knows exactly how much you're suffering and what you need to do, to become blush free.

If you're looking for a complete step by step guide to overcome your diminishing blushing problem that actually works.

Then the Blush Free Solution is worth considering.

The first stage of the Blush Free program will show you how you can fairly quickly end your excessive facial redness.

This step helps you to end all that embarrassing and intense and frequent blushing. 

The first step, will reveal to you the single biggest mistake all blushers make which keeps them forever stuck in the blushing and anxiety loop and excessive blushing cycle and pattern.

And it will show you how to break this pattern and cycle by learning you how to prevent yourself from going bright red as it is about to happen.

How will this benefit and help you?

It will put you back in control, by allowing you to stop a blush in its tracks. 

Knowing how to prevent yourself from turning bright red, will give you a huge sense of relief and it will give you a new found sense of hope, knowing you can control and prevent your excessive and intense blushing.

Plus, because you will know what to do, it will mean no more need for all that endless worrying about it.

This does not mean that you want have a bad day now and again where you might go red. 

And, never make it your goal, that you must never go red again as that is just to unrealistic.

But, the amount of times it will happen will become fewer and far between and if you do start to go red it will be short in duration and unnoticeable.

Because you will know exactly what to do and the only reason why you're struggling and suffering is because you don't know what to to do.

Which is much better than having your face turn post box red for little or no reason.

The first step to solving your blushing problem is to understand, what is causing it.

In fact, without you realizing it, you're actually making things much worse.

Ending your excessive and frequent blushing, which you might have thought was uncontrollable is a massive step forwards.

But, it gets even better.

The second part of The Blush Free Program focuses on eliminating the lesser and milder blushing.

Knowing how to prevent yourself from going bright red, will be your first step to overcoming this problem.

But, you will also need to retrain and reprogram your mind as well as learning how to stop all those stressful and fearful negative thoughts that can very quickly turn you into a nervous state of panic and fearful anticipation.

The Blush Free Solution. Will also help you eliminate all those old mental programs that cause all your stress and anxiety, and ultimately, most of the redness in your face.

Meaning no more just sitting there in a state of nervous anticipation, worrying and scaring yourself to silly.

The Blush Free program is not a miracle quick fix, it requires effort and application.

But if you're interested in the quickest and easiest way to end your excessive blushing for good, reducing your anxiety as well as boosting your self esteem.

Take a look at the Blush Free Website. And just, see what you think.

There is a lot of unrealistic claims about and it is your choice what you do. But if you feel you need help. this program will actually help you.

If you use this solution and you learn how to reduce your stress and tension. (I would also advice learning about the Alexander Technique to help you stand, sit and move with the least amount of tension)

Your posture and physiology play an important role in how yo think, feel and respond.

There are many videos on the Alexander Technique on Youtube or you can buy a inexpensive book from Amazon. 

Then, things will get progressively better for you.

There is also a lot of free advice on this website and we are always adding to it.

9 Tips To 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,.

Embrace the feelings, see it as just a fluctuation of energy. 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 your mind how you want to respond. 

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.

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.

The fear and anxiety is another term for your fight, flight freeze response and the reason why you are feeling anxious and going red so much is because you have attached your fight or flight response to the feeling of heat in your face and all those trigger social situations that make you react with fear.

If you want to end your social anxiety and your excessive blushing. 

Then you will need to remove your fight or flight response and associations from your blushing (Heat in your face) and all your social triggers and external 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.

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.

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.


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