Hello I suffer from GAD and panic attacks. My symptoms that seem to stick around EVEN when I am not anxious are, numbness, brain fog, constant feeling of terror and I have this occasional metallic taste in my mouth. The metallic taste is really bothering me tonight its so strong my teeth feel like they are made of metal even though I have no metal/fillings of any kind in my mouth. Is this normal? I am being treated with buspar and Xanax (only rarely needed) I just worry that I have some weird neuro problem or ms that is causing this taste!
I've had the taste before. I have no idea what it was. Only lasted for a little bit so I didn't bother getting it looked at by a doctor. Brain fog is common. If you have a constant feeling of terror it seems like you do have anxiety/anxious feeling quiet often. Or maybe I'm wrong?
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