Everyone blushes, but for some people their lives can be dominated with trying to prevent it. The fear of involuntary blushing impacts the daily life of more people than you would think. It is a very common characteristic of social anxiety. It is rarely spoken about by those who struggle with it because attention to it could lead to it. Biologically, it is a result of the activity of the sympathetic nervous system (activates bodies response to danger). Blood vessels near the skin dilate and the increase in blood flow reddens the face. Typically fear redirects blood flow from the skin and extremities to skeletal muscles but the opposite seems to happen with blushing. Why this happens is not clear.
Everyone blushes and typically this is a result of embarrassment, surprise, modesty, or shame. However, for Get Xanax Online some people there is no clear reason for it to happen. This painfully unpredictable disorder is called Idiopathic Craniofacial Erythema (ICE). The phobia of blushing is called Erythrophobia. Because Buy Xanax Online reddening of the face can be quite visible (depending on natural skin coloration), someone who is socially anxious might connect blushing with the possibility of embarrassing attention and so it becomes part of their anxiety.
It may be for others that the biological tendency to blush easily is first and then anxiety about it follows. When anxiety associates with blushing then the anxiety activates the sympathetic nervous system and that causes blushing and so a self-reinforcing cycle forms. This can be debilitating as people avoid any circumstance that might lead to blushing. This is often social because it is one of those things that people seem to feel free to comment upon, “Wow, your face is so red! Why is your face red?” Research shows that verbal feedback like this increases blushing. Fearing or expecting to blush can be a self-fulfilling prophecy. Often the anxiety starts in childhood because kids are more likely to comment about it.