How to Stop Going Red and Overcome Your Fear of Blushing Phobia
“Woah, you’ve gone so red.”
The words that every “blusher” dreads to hear.
You feel the slightest sense of embarrassment and in a matter of seconds, your face is hot and flushed.
As a result, you start to feel more embarrassed and your skin gets even redder.
Feelings of anxiety and isolation are common for people suffering from a blushing phobia, otherwise called erythrophobia.
The vicious cycle sometimes leads people to avoid social situations. Regular blushing can be a stressful experience, but the truth is, you’re not alone...
Curious to see what other people who want to find out how to stop going red search on Google?
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Source: Ubersuggest (Monthly Google searches in the U.S.)
As you can see, some of the most frequent queries on Google include:
“How to not go red when talking to someone”
“Why does my face turn red when I get nervous”
“How to stop blushing when public speaking”
“Why does my face turn red for no reason”
You’ll be glad to know that breaking the loop of frequent blushing is possible.
What’s more, long-term treatment is typically not required.
In this article, we’ll discuss why people go red with embarrassment and how hypnotherapy helps to treat the issue.
We’ll also share 5 practical tips that you can use to deal with blushing alongside a hypnosis treatment.
Why Does My Face Turn Red for No Reason?
Although a cause for feeling self-conscious, blushing is one of the most common causes of a flushed face.
If you’re wondering “why does my face turn red for no reason?”, there actually is a reason.
As explained by AsapSCIENCE in a video with over 3 million views, blushing is part of the “fight or flight” response.
Embarrassment activates this response in the sympathetic nervous system.
Adrenaline is released and blood vessels dilate to increase oxygen delivery, causing the face to redden.
A European psychology team discovered that people who have committed an embarrassing act are more likely to be forgiven by others when they blush.
Trustworthiness and likeability were both scored higher for people who blushed than those who didn’t.
Does Hypnosis for Blushing Work? Stop Blushing Hypnosis Reviews
Our hypnotherapy for blushing programme at City Hypnosis has enjoyed excellent results for over 15 years now.
An encouraging 9 out of 10 clients who came to us with a blushing problem no longer suffer from the conditioned response.
But how can you stop going red with the use of hypnotherapy? And what does the process involve?
Fear of blushing phobia is treated by working on the repetitive thoughts in your subconscious mind.
Such thoughts can include “I’m going to blush again” or “I’ve got to stop going red so easily, it’s embarrassing” that causes someone to stay locked in the cycle of blushing.
Together with your hypnotherapist, you’ll be able to apply techniques such as visual cues, autosuggestions, and relaxation exercises to alter the “voice” in your subconscious mind.
This will make the subconscious mind replace fear-inducing thoughts with more self-empowering thoughts, that reduce the severity of blushing over time.
In a recent 2019-2020 examination of client feedback, 92.8% of 42 clients who engaged with us for a fear of blushing treatment said that hypnotherapy had helped improve their issue.
Due to this high success rate, we find that GPs are increasingly referring patients to our clinic for specific blushing hypnotherapy sessions.
Here's a review from one of our past clients: