Hi, I get a red nervous rash on my chest neck and face when I am nervous, embaroused, interviews and public speaking exposing my emotions to all. The rash feels slightly hot as it starts to appear. Is there a cure for this rash as it can appear even when I think about it:(
Blushing is a normal body response that may occur when you are embarrassed, angry, excited, or experiencing some other strong emotion. This usually resolves on its own. Try to avoid the things that cause your blushing such as avoiding hot drinks, spicy food, extremes of temperature, and bright sunlight. If it persists, have this evaluated further to rule out medical conditions such as rosacea or carcinoid syndrome.
I hope it helps. Take care and please do keep me posted in case you have any additional doubts. Kind regards.
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