Been dealing with panic/anxiety since April of last year. But until earlier today, I’ve gotten what I would describe as a brain zap. It was like a sudden jolt inside of my head. I havent really had full blown panic attacks, it’s mostly chronic nervousness. However recently my anxiety has gotten worse, especially when I wake up in the morning. I know you can get brain zaps coming off of SSRIs but I’m not on any type of medication which makes it odd.
I recently got a brain MRI and still waiting on the results. The reason I got it was from pressure inside my head that’s been increasing my anxiety.
A very profound answer Morpheus. Indeed the cause is long forgotten. Unfortunately, it does eat away at your life. My last 9 months have been almost a dream and I’m still waiting to snap back into reality, like it once was before the panic/anxiety introduced itself into my life.
Best reply by Pearl L:
maybe the MRI will tell whats going on, never heard of sudden jolts from anxiety
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Does anxiety cause brain zaps?