there are some theories that when we 'blush' it is a primitive response to making ourselves look 'prettier' rosie red cheeks.. which 'used' to show that a person had good circulation and was 'healthy'..
another theory is it is part of the 'flight or fight' response, we have a rush of blood flow because we are in a situation we are 'uncomfortable' with..to either combat or run from
regardless of 'theories' on 'why' we get it, sadly, there is little that can be done about it quicky... a lot of the problem is confidence.. and another side effect is it is actually detrimental in today's society..
the only thing you can really do, is try and be prepared, when talking to someone, anticipate what questions they may ask, and prepare yourself for certain responses.. in time, with growing confidence you will probably notice that the reaction become less frequent..
i get it when i'm doing a presentation, i absolutely freak!! out when i have to do one, even though i'm prepared and know what I'm discussing, the 'fear' of not knowing an answer, or someone knowing more always intimidates me, and makes me blush, have sweaty hands, makes my heart go 200 beats a second and my mouth go all dry lol.... again, slight or fight instinctive, totally useless in today's world lol >.<
Think about your breathing. Feel your lungs expand and breathe in and exhale deeper and slower. If you do that and with practice you may be able to stop the chain reaction of thoughts and the negative self talk that triggers your embarrassment and your red face. Is something you learned and now since you expect it to happen then it will happen.
i guess dat comes from feeling embarrassed, so try not to feel embarrassed wen talking to people. also do something to build your confidence, it would help too.
That has never worked for me. When I tell myself "relax" I feel the same.
Just relax. Practice communicating to others. Be confident to your self.
Tell yourself the conversation or person dosent embaress yoo!!