I went threw the same thing your 100% fine that's part of anxiety it tricks your mind in thinking there's something wrong with you,but there's not.I get twitches too.My left side of my head tingles and I get headaches too.Its normal with us.Once you except the fact that its purely anxiety the symptoms start fading away. I'm sure your healthy. I've had it for a year now too and distractions are a good source of calming the anxiety like exercise, walks and things you don't do often CHANGE YOUR ROUTINE it's very effective. I've been anxiety free for 4 days now and starting to break the chains of bondage. Keep your FAITH in GOD and he PROMISES to DELIVER YOU.PRAY when anxious that's effective too and except the fact that we all die. That seems to help also. So the head thing I've had it, did series of test my doctor said I'm Healthy in fact will most likely live a lot longer then most people because the chemical unbalance in our minds sends false signals to our body and changes our heart rate which can benefit us because it naturally puts us in flight mode. I read about a guy who has all types of anxiety disorders with the false sensation in his body including the head. Hes had it for decades and is still alive and well plus he smokes ciggerates well in his 90's and anxiety free. So relax you going to live a long healthy life.WE ALL ARE. Remember its only a form of a habit that we installed into our brain we taught ourselves anxiety rethink the situation,convince yourself that's all it is and don't panic or worry and watch everything slowly start to disappear especially that feeling in your head. GOOD LUCK AND GOD BLESSView Thread
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