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Doctor insights on: Uncontrollable Blushing

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How to stop blushing?

How to stop blushing?

LOL: You might be fair skinned. May be therefore it is easy to when there is increased blood circulation either with exposure to cold,Emotional ups and downs. It is your characteristic. ...Read more

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How do you stop blushing?

How do you stop blushing?

Exercise detachment: Do not take statements from others as directed to you personally. Take things as facts of life not as acts to be shame of. ...Read more

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How can one stop blushing?

Thought control: You can't stop blushing; it is a reaction to surprise and emotionally stressful thoughts. You can reduce it greatly by learning to control your thoughts. An excellent reference in this is the eleven forgotten laws by raymond holliwell. You can also see this information at www.Docs11laws.Com I have found this to be very useful in learning to control my thoughts and therefore my reactions. ...Read more

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How to relieve excess blushing?

How to relieve excess blushing?

Stay cool: Wear light clothes, not tight fitting, and get your heart checked. Sometimes rosy cheeks heart valve issue. ...Read more

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How do I control flushing/blushing?

How do I control flushing/blushing?

Avoid alcohol: Avoid alcohol and other food triggers. Use topical medications such as fiancea and use oracea. If necessary an antihistamine could also helpful. Also avoid temperature triggers such as heat. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how i can stop blushing so easily!?

Shhhhh: It a rare quality, precious thing......keep it as is........ ...Read more

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I suffer with chronic blushing. What are the chances my baby will?

I suffer with chronic blushing. What are the chances my baby will?

Depends: It depends on why you blush. If you are just shy, then your baby is not at particular risk of having this problem. If you have some sort of metabolic or vascular issue then that could change things. ...Read more

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Is there anything to take (pills or anything) that would stop someone's face from blushing when asked an embarrasing question?

Is there anything to take (pills or anything) that would stop someone's face from blushing when asked an embarrasing question?

Blushing: is part of the normal "fight or flight" mechanism which is hardwired through our sympathetic nervous systems. The capillary blood vessels just under the skin dilate, causing the pink/red appearance. Some drugs, which limit blood vessel reactivity (such as beta-blockers, clonidine) or anti-anxiety medications may help. But much better would be cognitive therapy to learn different responses. ...Read more

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I blush very often. I think about it everytime im with someone. Even my friends. Which makes me blush more! is there anything i can do ?

I blush very often. I think about it everytime im with someone. Even my friends. Which makes me blush more! is there anything i can do ?

Mind control: This represents insecurities that you have and the good news you can overcome this. I find it easiest to use mind programming techniques; learn how to redirect your thoughts. An excellent book back in print now is psychocybernetics. Another great product that I have really enjoyed is the eleven forgotten laws by raymond holliwell. www.docs11laws.com contact me for more for some simple things. ...Read more

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I blush horribly and get so anxious when made the center of attention during class or giving a presentation. Suggestions to decrease it's impact?

I blush horribly and get so anxious when made the center of attention during class or giving a presentation. Suggestions to decrease it's impact?

For planned presen-: tations , your doctor can prescribe low dose Propranolol, 10-20 mg., for you to take 1/2 - 1 hour before your talk. For diagnosis of & therapy for anxiety disorder, seek referrals to a psychiatrist for medications & a psychologist for Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. With a valid diagnosis, you can get ADA accomodations at school, e.g., 24-hour warnings before being called upon to speak to the class ...Read more