A Blushing Treatment, at Last!
Blushing can be prevented by keeping your body properly hydrated.
Moisturizing creams can also be used for a red face, as these will maintain your skin's hydration and minimize blushing effectively.
Unfortunately, the relief that these creams provide is only temporary, but they can provide enough relief to conquer any social phobias that might be hindering your life.
Getting out of your house and interacting with the public will be great for your confidence and self esteem.
Shy people tend to blush far more often than outgoing people.
One psychological way to prevent excessive blushing is to build stronger self esteem.
One more treatment is to practice breathing exercises.
During stressful situations, your breathing might become heavier and cause your heart rate to speed up.
This causes a higher overall body temperature, which finally manifests itself with a blushing face.
By learning to control your own rate of breath while in an uncomfortable situation, you can keep your body temperature to a minimum and reduce the appearance of blushing.
As a preventative measure, start to breathe deeply if you anticipate a feeling of discomfort, stress or embarrassment.
By concentrating on your breath, you'll also be distracted from the embarrassing situation at hand, also reducing your likelihood to blush.
Finally, if all else fails, try hypnotherapy.
This hypnotizes the brain to be able to control the body's involuntary actions more actively.
With an increased control over the actions of your own body, you can reduce your body's need to blush.
Of course, increased confidence comes with this control, and subsequently, a greater ability to enjoy social situations.
With some practice, you can reduce your blushing to only appropriate moments.
After all, not all blushing is terrible.