An overly active sympathetic chain of nerves is the cause of facial blushing. Facial blushing or Erythrophobia is easily corrected by the use of an endoscope and a skilled surgeon performing the ETS procedure. The experienced surgeon locates the thoracic sympathetic ganglion chain inside the chest cavity and interrupts the nervous supply to the small blood vessels of the face.
Excessive and uncontrollable facial sweating or facial blushing (Erythrophobia) may make a person appear to be nervous, unable to focus and concentrate or even a little suspicious. This can be very detrimental during a job interview or important meeting. Ultimately, this can and often does hinder one's career path or relationship status. Individuals suffering from hyperhidrosis/facial blushing are often labeled antisocial or even reclusive. Fortunately, all of these obstacles can be easily overcome by the newest and most sophisticated procedure available, the ETS procedure.