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Top Tips For Stopping Blushing

Top Tips For Stopping Blushing

Top Tips For Stopping Blushing

Blushing can be caused by any number of things including social phobia, anxiety, or even a fear of blushing itself. Looking for a cure? There are many successful techniques for overcoming your blushing problems.

Here are a few….

What’s causing blushing ?

It’s not really understood why we have evolved to blush. Some think it could be to reinforce social codes. By physically showing that we recognise our mishaps and feeling shame because of them.In this way serving us by being easily forgiven by others. It’s like a non-verbal apology that makes people feel less hostile towards us.

In addition in extreme cases leading people to avoiding social situations or going out altogether. Unfortunately, this is a vicious cycle .Because the more you’re avoiding something the harder it becomes. Indirectly the more you’re thinking about blushing, the more likely it is to happen.

Relaxation

Even if you don’t feel relaxed a technique is  tricking your body into responding positively to relaxation cues.

Try releasing the tension in your body . As well as dropping your shoulders, relaxing your muscles and  breathing deeply. With practice this  becoming an effective control method for anxiety responses such as blushing.

Don’t Try & Hide It

This maybe hard but the best thing of combatting blushing is to stop trying to hide it. By trying to hide something you can’t control, the worse it gets. Accepting blushing as a part of who you are. But then relaxing in the knowledge that it can be changed.

Stop Assuming The Worst

When we can’t see our face and we’re feeling heat tending to assume it must be bad. The unknown aspect makes us blush even more. Also assuming that other people will be as fixated on it as we are. Worrying that they must think we are silly, weak or embarrassed. This is rarely the case.

Most people won’t think much of it. If it makes you feel more comfortable you could always break the tension by drawing attention to it yourself. Saying something like “oh I can tell I’m blushing, just ignore it. It happens all the time!”

Reframing Your Mind

Practise relaxation, positivity and goodwill towards yourself and others. In a relaxed state, run through the situations that commonly make you blush. Practising feeling calm and accepting yourself.

Picture how you might be feeling towards someone else if you saw them blushing .And project those positive feelings onto yourself.

Further Help

In conclusion, these are all techniques that I can help you with to overcome blushing. Hypnotherapy is an extremely powerful way of changing old patterns of behaviour.

If you’d like to learn more about how I can help you with overcoming blushing. Please do get in touch.

Alix Needham

Alix Needham

My techniques guarantee that you remain in control at every session. These techniques, developed over 25 years, are so effective that many issues can be addressed in as little as three sessions and my location in the very heart of London means you can book sessions to work around work.

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