Why is the face red with shame?
Shame is one of the most familiar emotions of human beings. People are ashamed of reproach as well as praise. The people of choice praised and no one was ashamed. I was so ashamed that I blushed with shame
Gone. But have you ever wondered why the color of shame is red? I mean, when people are ashamed, why is it only red and not any other color?
Science is behind this. There are many types of glands in the human body, from which a large amount of hormones or glandular secretions are released, so that different parts of the body function properly. One such hormone is called adrenaline.
The secretion of adrenaline hormone in the body increases during shame or anger. Adrenaline increases heart rate, blood flow, and blood pressure.
Interestingly, adrenaline constricts blood vessels all over the body, but only under the skin of the face.
It has no effect on blood vessels. Other
As the blood vessels constrict, the blood flow and blood pressure in the oral blood vessels increase. In other words, as the blood vessels of the mouth are spread near the cheeks, forehead, chin, neck and ears, the blood circulation in these places increases a little more.
Blood pressure also rises due to increased blood circulation. And this is why the color of the face looks red or pink.
Girls are more emotional than adults and boys are more emotional than boys.
Relatively little boys and girls are more red in shame or anger. It is not human beings but our blood and blood hormones that are responsible for turning red with shame. Many people are scared again but turn red. This is also because of the same hormone.