Blushing

Blushing

Blushing MP3, Lytham Hypnotherapy

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Blushing is a visible change in our most visible feature, yet it can occur when we least want to be noticed and, indeed, can draw attention to our behaviour. We redden when we make a faux pas but also when we are praised or thanked. A blush is involuntary and uncontrollable, and an awareness that you are blushing intensifies it, and being accused of flushing can induce you to blush even more.

The problem with blushing

For many people, flushing can be traced back to a event (e.g. being put on the spot in front of a class full of people) and this can lead to a vicious circle of being embarrassed about the blushing and anticipating it happening again. Becoming tense in similar situations and worrying about blushing often makes it more likely that it will happen again. This is because our brain automates patterns of thinking, and for individuals who blush excessively, their brain has often automated worrying about flushing.

Trying not to worry about blushing also doesn’t help the situation as our brains can’t not think about something we’re trying not to think about. For example, if you tell yourself not to think of a white rabbit, we immediately picture a white rabbit in our mind! So, if we tell ourselves not to worry about blushing, we immediately think about blushing. Again, our brain automates this pattern of thinking.

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Causes of blushing

It is caused by the widening of the tiny muscles in our blood vessels under the skin. Normally these muscles are partly contracted giving us our natural complexion. If these muscles are fully contracted, the blood vessels are closed and less blood can pass through them, which causes the skin to become pale. On the other end of the scale, if these muscles are relaxed and widened, more blood than normal can pass through, causing the skin to become redder.  Lytham Hypnotherapy, Change your Mind, Change your Life.

These tiny muscles are controlled by our autonomic nervous system which can be affected by many factors, including heat, illness or our emotions. If we are emotionally sensitive or our autonomic nervous system is working too hard, blushing may be more common. Therefore, emotions such as embarrassment, guilt, nervousness or shame can often cause flushing.

Blushing Hypnotherapy MP3

This MP3 can help control blushing by accessing an individual’s unconscious mind to discover the root cause of the problem and help the individual to learn how to deal with it in a calmer, more relaxed way. By reframing the negative thought processes, an individual can often feel more comfortable in situations that would usually cause them to blush. Hypnotherapy can also help to increase self-confidence and self-esteem and reduce sensitivity to situations that trigger flushing.

Repeated Listening

It is vital to listen to the hypnotherapy recording every night at bedtime and going to sleep listening to it for at least 60 days, plus. You, see, the Mother of all learning is repetition, so repeated listening every evening at bedtime, will drop into the subconscious mind very quickly. My advice is don’t look for changes, just allow them to happen naturally, however many people start to feel different, feeling more positive within themselves very soon. It is up to you how often you listen, but the more you listen the more you will benefit. Keep listening until you make all the changes you want to make. Success depends on the second letter ‘U’ and therefore

Disclaimer

‘Lytham Hypnotherapy MP3 Audios’ are created to offer the listener positive suggestions to benefit them with positive changes. The audios are not a replacement for therapy, nor are they bespoke, and therefore we don’t guarantee outcomes which may vary from person to person.