Why do the face of people turning red when they are talking in front of other people?
Blushing will usually occur because of an increase in adrenaline, which increases the heart rate and causes blood vessels to dilate. It will commonly show on cheeks or like on myself on the neck and chest.
So what I understood is that psychological reactions, e.g. stress or feel embarrassed trigger blushing, a biological response. Do you have any ways to control it?
Breathe ... evenly and slowly .. in thru the nose .. out thru the mouth...
practice public speaking around people you know to overcome anxiety.
Hi and welcome back. It could be because of nervousness...or anxiety. Or maybe their heart just skips a beat when they are near someone thay care mch about.
could be because they are .....
nervous, anxious, fearful, embarrassed, angry, excited, in love, elated, attracted to whom they are speaking, thinking very hard, have a headache or other health issue, having an allergic reaction to something,
or simply hot or cold.
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