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Take 2 vitamin B complex tablets at 9 o clock in the morning, have none the next day, take two at 9 o clock the next morning, take none the next day and carry on like this. I have suffered with this long enough and this works, I have no flushing or blushing and have only been doing it for a week. please try it x
  squirrels4444 on 2006-09-16
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Hi squirrels I am glad that you are having success with this 'technique' Have you figured out why doing this is preventing the flushing/blushing. Can I ask you a few questions? Firstly why do you flush and blush, is it due to nervousness? Also what compelled you to try this method?

Hope to hear from you. As I am also dealing with this problem. Thanks
on_a_mission last decade
Hi, thanks for replying. Well I found it out by going to a vega tester(in may) and she told me that i was vitamin B deficient(have been a vegetarian for 7 years-could be to do with that).so she gave me vitamin B-50 complex and I was on them for about 60 days with no luck until it was my mums birthday and i forgot to take one. The next day I woke up with no redness and could meet someone in the street without looking like a beetroot. So I tried loads of different 'vitamin schedules'-it sounds so deluded but at least it brought hope) like 1 vitamin, none the next.so in the last week it worked perfectly, but as before after the week its like my body uses the vitamin B differently and the redness comes back. Therefore I have to stop for a couple of days and start all over again and at the moment am completely confused about the way my body's working but do know that this is the BEST lead that I have got so far in the year that this has been happening. Yes my blushing was due primarily to nervousness one night, my neck arms and face looked like i'd dunked them in a pot of dulex 'pillar box' red paint, then I became nervous that the next time i went out the same thing would happen, and that time I went red before i'd even left the house. Now when I have strong emotions eg crying or being asked a question in class, or sitting in direct sunlight it makes my skin flare up and I was and am still really depressed about it-contemplated suicide, not going out and missing the beginning of my life(im only 16) so when this technique kind of worked I was over the moon but now am confused. Is there a way that I dont have to stop for a couple of days for the redness to fully subside, and is it possible that im doing more harm than good.As it goes on im getting more depressed as i now have tengalestia(i dont know how to spell it!) on my face- not very attractive for a girl, but please do feel free to ask me any questions you like and if you have any other suggestions i'd be truly grateful thanks xxx
squirrels4444 last decade
I realise this post is 10 years old, so I wont wax lyrical...
I hope you have come to terms with your sensitive skin...and just wanted to say, im a guy and I (and many of my friends) find it so attractive when a girl blushes. Blushing is maybe one of the most endearing and uniquely human mechanisms. It is the most sincere expression and it will be a sad day for me if they ever find a cure for it.
So please dont feel badly about going red, its beautiful.
They have done studies showing that most people find blushing endearing, be it a man or woman who blushes.So its not just me. : )
BlueRum 4 years ago

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