Most people are familiar with facial blushing as something that happens when they are humiliated or embarrassed. As teenagers, we may have blushed a lot, but as we got older, generally we got more confident, and blushed less.
Blushing also known as Erythrophobia affects both women and men, but is more common in teenagers due to hormonal activity, feeling nervous or anxiety.
Why this happens?
Uncontrollable Blushing may happen when we are put on the spot, when others say something we perceive as being humiliating or embarrassing, and even when we anticipate that we might blush.
If you are an excessive blusher, you should know that you are not alone. It’s just a problem that some people may develop.
The most important thing is that you can overcome your blushing and get the life you wanted.