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Hello again and thank you for requesting me. I know this is very distressing to you, but you have been diagnosed with OCD and a Panic Disorder which is why these symptoms are so intense for you. No one can really tell you why this is happening now and at such intensity because we do not know the causes of these mental health disorder, we only know how to treat them. The cause of why this is happening is not as paramount as the treatment...as an example causes for most cancers is not a factor for treatment because even if you know the cause of what caused the cancer it has not bearing on what the treatment protocol should be as you still need to treat and cure the cancer. The same applies to mental health disorders because even if we know what the causes of why this is happening to an individual, it does not change the fact that the disorder is still present and the individual is still suffering from the symptoms, which is why the focus must be on treatment. Is there a reason why you are not taking any medications at this time to help lessen your symptoms? Also are you currently in any form of therapy like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical behavioral Therapy (DBT), or Mindfulness?
These are physical symptoms of anxiety and panic because your blood pressure and heart rate have changed due to the anxiety/panic. Muscle coordination issues are common symptoms of anxiety and panic...here is a good link explaining why and what specific physical symptoms are associated with anxiety/panic.
Given the severity of your symptoms though, I would highly recommend that you reconsider medications or at the very least try natural supplements like Valerian Root, KAVA, Picamilon, or Passion Flower. Once your anxiety and panic are under control, you will better respond to the therapy modalities that I recommended
The confusion is also common with anxiety as stress/anxiety increases Cortisol levels which impairs your Temporal Lobe. This can cause cognitive impairments such as memory and concentration deficits.
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