July 18, 2024


Sapiens Digital

Solve Blushing

5 min read

I’m sure if you suffer from blushing as I did, you’ll be looking for some simple solutions as an alternative to ETS surgery. This article will show you some of the techniques I used to cure my blushing that you can use to do the same.

Blushing becomes increasingly difficult to live with over the years. As a sufferer, I know just how it feels to make eye contact with the attractive blonde girl in the supermarket, and how it feels to think everyone’s laughing at you or going beetroot red in situations that aren’t even embarrassing.

In my research, I’ve discovered that it’s not the initial blushing that poses future problems but the fear of blushing that follows in every difficult situation after that! The fear of blushing is also known as Erythrophobia and believe it or not, can be solved relatively inexpensively with the aid of Neuro Linguistic Programming, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Hypnotherapy.

Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) is the process of retraining your thought patterns to react the way YOU want them to in specific difficult situations. NLP has also been used in the past to help millionaires from all over the world achieve a successful mindset. For many, wealth has followed. So it does work.

CBT and Hypnotherapy are extremely similar. Basically, all of these tech-niques follow the same process of entering the brain, disconnecting it from negative thoughts and retraining it to achieve success and a positive out-come.

There are, however, a few other techniques (many of which I used myself) you can use to cure blushing, which will in most cases avoid negative comments from others and social anxiety.

There’s nothing wrong with blushing. Doing so doesn’t make you a “freak” and it’s 100% natural. So it makes sense, to reinforce the claim that the best way of solving excessive facial blushing is to accept it. The problem is, that this takes an awful lot of time and determination on your part to sort it. Instead, you could try Temporarily diverting a blush.

I must admit that this was one of the main keys to me solving my blushing. It helps you to quickly eliminate a blush and avoid drawing any attention to yourself, which can be key in situations where you are forced to act fast.

The trick here is to divert other people’s attention away from you. For example, by saying something like:

“Hey, that’s a nice top, where’d you get it?”

People will immediately look to the other person for an answer allowing you do draw attention away from you and breathe a sigh of relief. Another way to do this is to use your surroundings to your advantage. I.e. By drawing someone’s attention to the area they are in, they will look around, giving you the opportunity to recover from your blush and face the other way.

I also found that by making people look away by commenting on something or someone else, I could drop a line like “Is it just me or is it hot in here?” and breathe out as if to say: my face is red because its so hot in here!

A bit of a white lie, but this was the one that really worked for me as it told others why I was so red so they could not comment on it negatively. Try it. The fear of blushing is triggered because we fear others will see it and react in a negative or nasty way. By making them look away, they cannot comment, which will eventually stop the blush.


Haemorrhoid cream is one of the best solutions for blushing out there. It does not solve the mental side of things but it does physically reduce blushing, if not banishing it altogether. It probably sounds a bit daft (as it did to me), but its intended use is essentially to reduce redness and swelling of the skin.

Once you realise it stops you blushing, you will naturally become more confident and begin to increase your self-esteem. It will work successfully for some people (although it did not completely clear my blushing) and will lead to helping you solve your blushing, even if it doesn’t clear it up totally.

Diet Control

This could prove to be one of, if not THE root cause of your blushing. In fact, its been scientifically proven that by reducing your alcohol, calorie and sugar intake, you can finally banish your blushing completely. If you’re unsure of alcohol, calorie and sugar intake then go to Google and type in “Adult GDA”.

ALternatively, if you’re a bit more confident write down everything you eat for a few days and take a note of the amount of calories and sugar you take in along with the amount of alcohol you drink. Take the list to your doctor and he or she will be able to advise you from there and might think it’s best to put you on a specific diet.

Also avoid spicy foods such as chillies and curry. They can obviously redden complexion as they warm up the body from the inside out, which can re-sult in a constant flushed face.


Medication such as Beta Blockers can aid in Vasodilitation, which is the opposite to Vasoconstriction (the tightening of the blood vessels). Vaso-constriction can increase the flow of blood to the face and surrounding areas, so by counteracting it you can completely eliminate it. However, taking Beta Blockers without medical advice can result in fatal consequences, including extremely low or high blood pressure. So, if seeing your doctor just isn’t an option for you, then I’d advise you to look into other remedies.

Eredicane is the new “magic” treatment that has been developed by professionals to solve excessive blushing. It is available without prescription. It’s a tablet taken once a day that is said to have no side effects.

It costs about $50 for a 30-day supply at the time of writing. However, my advice would be to steer clear… a quote on the Eredicane website says that Eredicane hasn’t been approved by the medical association and that it shoudln’t be taken as a solution or remedy to any disease, illness or problem.

This is extremely worrying from a company that one minute claims they can banish blushing altogether and then does not have substantial claims to back it up! Results are mixed too – with the majority saying that it either doesn’t work at all or has only minimal effects with nauseous feelings shortly after taking it. Not good. There were some positive reviews, but then again, Placebo has been proven to work on some people in the past, given the fact they think they are being cured, so I just don’t know. I’ve never tried it, but I wouldn’t want to and advise you to keep your cash tucked away deeply in your pocket.

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