I was talking to a friend and all of a sudden I just lost my train of thought completely and I started feeling weird nerve sensations in my face, back and neck. I have had back and neck problems for awhile, that I've never had checked out. I'm wondering if this is something bad or if it's just a pinched/irritated nerve? I've only felt this way a few times, even though I have almost constant anxiety. These physical symptoms are scaring me a lot I don't know what to do. I've been to the ER countless times since I was diagnosed with anxiety about 3 years ago. Everything is normal so hwat could be causing this? Oh I also have this scary neck warming feeling.
Ik ur pain bro. I been to the er countless times can't breathe,lost train of thought to memory loss . SO I know how frustrated u r . The past 7 weeks been he ll for me. Cheeks an lips numb mussel so soar my guess is anxiety but I'm still in denile about it my self
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