People who view blushing as a problem often suffer from low self esteem and social anxiety. One method for overcoming frequent blushing is to recognize that the problem is not that blood rushes to your face. The problem is how you feel about that and the thoughts that accompany the flush that creeps up your neck and face.
Usually, severe blushers think things like “Everyone is looking at me because my face is bright red!” They imagine that people think less of them because of the blushing and then they feel just absolutely mortified by it. Rather than thinking along those lines, blushers must begin to feel more confident.
It may seem corny, but a good place to start is to make a list of things that you like about yourself. If you can’t think of 10-15 positive attributes that you possess, get a friend, or even your mom, to help. Everyone has positive attributes. They may be physical; you may have really nice eyebrows. They may be mental; maybe you are great at math or solving riddles. Every single person has good and bad traits. Figure out what your good traits are and think about them.
Once you have your list, read it once or twice a day. You don’t have to tell people about it, or hang it up in plain sight, just read over it every now and then and add to it once in a while. Simply thinking about yourself in a positive light for a few minutes everyday is a good place to start building up your own confidence.