It’s time to finally tap that gym membership you signed up for three months ago but ignored forever. If you want to stop blushing, you’ve got to do something. Michelle, the tutor on the YouTube.com video “How to Control Your Mind and Body from Blushing,” recommends exercise as a blushing cure. In the video, she explains that both the mind and the body have to work hand in hand to achieve the results. Not just the mind, not just the body, but both.
If you take a step back to explore the science of blushing, you will find out that blushing is mainly caused by negative thoughts and emotions leading to anxiety – which is of the mind – that manifest physically through obvious signs like blushing – which is of the body. Michelle explains that exercise can do the trick by helping you release your body’s happy hormone. Endorphins, which are the body’s natural happy hormones, work against anxiety and depression. Since they serve as the body’s natural morphine, endorphins help you stay away from those thoughts and emotions that could give you that uncomfortable blushing problem by allowing their release through exercise. Just imagine how happy you could always be.
Keep that happy hormone at work and learn more about how to stop blushing through Jim Baker’s book “Blushing Breakthrough.” Stay happy!
Yes, we get it. You had a panic attack that made you blush like crazy and you feel like it’s the end of the world. You feel like you want to change your name and move to a different country because you can never get over that intense blushing episode. Relax. Nicole, the tutor from the video “Tips on How to Stop Panic Attacks that Will Cause Blushing,” explains why you should know that there is hope for people with blushing problems.
A panic attack is simply fear in the highest degree of intensity. A previous panic attack may lead to another one because of being too anxious of having another attack. And the cycle could go on. Nicole explains that it has got to stop. She wants you to know that a panic attack is not reason enough for you to shut yourself away from the rest of the world and that there is a solution to your blushing problem. Control your mind instead of allowing it to control you. Stop feeding your own thoughts from a negative experience. Conquer your emotions and stay on top of them at all times.
The mind is very powerful. It is in itself the problem and the solution to panic attacks that cause blushing. Use it wisely.
The author Jim Baker, through his book “Blushing Breakthrough,” presents a lot of ways on how to conquer your mind and emotions to prevent blushing. You can also check out Jim’s website to get a better idea of how to deal with blushing problems.
First impression lasts, as commonly said. This is why we all have that pressure of giving out a great first impression of ourselves to every new person we meet. To someone who is socially conscious, situations like this can put undue stress to one’s ego. Molly, the tutor from the video “Tips on How to Overcome Shyness that May Cause You Blushing,” shows how you can employ healthy ways to conquer the intense emotions surrounding the pressure of speaking in uncomfortable situations that may cause blushing.
Shine the spotlight to the person you’re speaking with, Molly suggests. Ask a lot of questions and direct the air of attention to that person. In that way, you give yourself a chance to warm up and adjust to the unfamiliar situation to prevent the embarrassment that would cause you to blush.
Molly explains how important it is that you like yourself. Know yourself inside and out and learn how you can introduce yourself to others with confidence. Don’t try to impress. It’s not a healthy way to go. There’s no other way to create a good impression than introducing yourself with confidence. Overcoming blushing problems is very possible and Jim Baker’s book “Blushing Breakthrough” will help you learn how. You can also visit http://www.blushingbreakthrough.com to learn more about how to stop blushing.