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Hypnosis, Psychotherapy, CBT, Counselling, Life Coaching: Blushing,
you stop blushing with hypnosis (hypnotherapy) in Edinburgh, Glasgow,
number of factors in treating blushing as
a problem with hypnosis:
can be a symptom of a medical complaint,
always seek medical advice and a check up just to be safe.
is often a natural
response which it would be negative to remove
blushing can be
caused by psychological issues
blushing can be
common because it has become habit or conditioned response
and psychotherapy can
do I know if my blushing is
inappropriate and would benefit from hypnotherapy?
certain times it is natural to
blush. For example:
an atmosphere (e.g. a
room) with a major air temperature change
being paid a compliment
feeling great pleasure
certain type of relaxation
blush and hypnotherapy might be useful?
is not a set list of
inappropriate times. More
likely it is a personal response or situation that triggers
blushing at a time that is unhelpful for you. Examples might be:
certain person is present,
and you do not wish that person to notice your attraction to,
irritation by or knowledge of them. Blushing therefore sends the "wrong
blushing indicates a weakness
or does not make you look competent. For example when public speaking.
blushing has become a habit in
certain circumstances (e.g. visiting local shop) when there is not
logical reason to blush.
blushing is associated with
purely physical reasons, such as body temperature change with PMT.
a gentle appropriate blush
gets far stronger because you are worried about it.
worrying about whether you
might blush triggers a blush
can Hypnotherapy /
Clinic Hypnosis and Psychotherapy help blushing?
and psychotherapy can help
in a number of
the habitual blushing by
changing the pattern of blushing.
the client not to
at underlying causes that
might be causing a "blush" response
on controlling the blood flow
with clinical hypnosis and either reducing or transferring it in a
(this term does not infer medical treatment or diagnosis)
the self-image problems that
are frequently connected to a blush response, for example poor
self-image, feeling that everyone is negative towards you, feeling the
centre of attention etc.
(Cognitive Behavioural Training / therapy / coaching) methods can help
monitor, progress and alter your behaviours and responses.
claim is made to cure any medical condition. Complementary health
assistance must be with medical doctor's permission and following the
client consulting a medical doctor.
major factor in blushing, and hypnotherapy is recommended by Anxiety UK
as one of the two main psychological therapies (the other is CBT).
is the prognosis
of success using hypnotherapy to treat psychosomatic blushing?
good. As in all cases you
guarantee success because that would be misleading. In most cases
blushing can be greatly reduced, and in those cases (often
appropriate blush cases) where blushing continues, the client is
often unaware or comfortable with the blush. Frequently blushing
is connected to an event that got the client worried about
blushing and set up a mild neurosis. Then the fear of blushing
becomes the trigger itself. Also common is a trauma being
retriggered by a common circumstance such as a place, person,
smell etc. The memory of the trauma is retriggered and the blush
occurs. In cases such as this, assistance as regards the original
trauma often brings success.
is based around methods recommended in NICE guidelines, and those
fully researched as effective such as CBASP. More information on both
adherence to NICE guidelines and on underpinning research please
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