Does your face suddenly turn red for no apparent reason, and especially in certain social and/or professional situations? If so, you are probably suffering from a medical condition known, simply, as spontaneous Facial Blushing (medical term – Erythrophobia). Needless to say, those who suffer from this know that it can be painfully embarrassing and might provoke an unwanted comment of any sort. The underlying cause of this condition is essentially the same as that which causes Hyperhidrosis – i.e., over activity through the sympathetic branch of the autonomic nervous system. Fortunately, this medical condition can be corrected by the same surgical procedure used to permanently cure Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating). Thus, our surgeon locates the 2nd Thoracic Sympathetic Ganglion inside the chest cavity, which therefore interrupts the overactive nerve signals to the superficial (surface) blood vessels of the face. This can reduce blushing of the neck and upper chest to a substantial lesser degree.
In our day to day life, people are usually judged by their impression. To others, Facial Blushing might appear as a sign of insecurity and stress. You don’t have to suffer or fear anymore! With the help of the Hyperhidrosis Institute, you can avoid and solve this uncomfortable condition.