My face goes red all the time. For example; my teacher kept me behind in class asking me if I was struggling, I suddenly went all red, I turned round to my crush I go bright red, I got shouted at by my teacher I went red. How can I stop it, everyone notices?
The horrible thing about it is that the more you worry and think about blushing, the more likely it will happen. It's a vicious cycle. Something you should definitely try doing is wearing a green tint that will neutralize the red and conceal your blushing. The only problem with it is that you'll think it's great and start wearing it more and more until eventually you're wearing it everyday and you only feel comfortable when you have it on. This means that when you don't have it on you'll feel really exposed and you'll be even more prone to blushing. Just a little warning. I don't know how old you are but if you're below the age of 14-15 then your blushing could get even worse in the future. It could start happening everyday, even when you aren't giving a public speech. If this happens and it becomes a big disruption in your life, especially if it means you start avoiding situations, then you should consider getting an Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy, or ETS for short. In the 80's a group of surgeons from Sweden pioneered this medical procedure which involves cutting certain sympathetic nerves and is only a two day procedure: one for the right side and one for the left. Since severe blushing is caused by an overactive sympathetic nervous system, physically cutting out the nerves will completely cure it, as it did for me. I'm 17 now and life is sweet. I haven't had to worry about blushing for a few months and the feeling is incredible. My face no longer goes bright red in all those situations that I would normally have blushed in. It has completely changed my life. You can read other testimonials of the surgery here: http://funadvice.com/r/3k3jb4tu4v If you haven't heard of this operation yet then I'm sure your very excited at how easy it actually is to get rid of it, however I'll have to warn about the side effects. For some reason the nerves involved in blushing are also responsible for hand sweating so having this operation will actually mean you will no longer sweat from your hands. Now you may not be concerned about that, especially if you suffer from excessive hand sweating (hyperhidrosis), however it means that the sweat is actually redirected to other parts of your body. This is known as compensatory sweating and affects mainly your chest and sometimes your back. According to research, 0-10% of patients regret having the surgery for this reason but I can tell you I'm certainly not one of them. I couldn't care less about sweating, as long as I don't have to put up with blushing.Hope this helps!
It is a normal thing, and you can't control how red you go when you do blush. What happens is, when you get embarrassed or angry or whatever, the capillaries expand in your face, ears, neck etc and so more blood flows in those areas making you go red.
As it is an emotional trigger the only way to not blush is to not get embarrassed. I know it's hard not to sometimes but it's just something that you will get more control over as you get older and you don't get affected as much
it's completely normal, don't feel embarrased about it! you can't really help it. shy people tend to go red whenever the attention is on them, the only way you can really control it is gain more confidence, which comes in time with most people.
awww its cute...
you cant stop your face going red when your embarrassed unless your not embarrassed I dont think lol