Many of sufferers feel that blushing, which often originates in childhood or teens, exposes vulnerability.
Because it is seems to be so noticeable, it then makes the sufferer begin to avoid situations where they might blush, particularly situations where they might become the centre of attention. The result of this is that it affects their confidence and self esteem. The harder a person tries not to blush, the more the fear of the situation occurs.
Blushing is really a form of Social Anxiety and there is a huge amount of evidence to show that hypnotherapy is one of the most effective ways of treating any form of anxiety.
Hypnosis can be used in several ways to reduce or eliminate blushing, either by helping someone understand themselves better through regressive and analytical techniques which help to give new meaning to old beliefs that were formed in earlier years, or by improving their self esteem and confidence, and by helping to learn the value of calming techniques and how to redirect their attention away from themselves.
You can be rid of excessive blushing and regain your self assuredness with other people.