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These symptoms appear when I don't sleep well or when there are stresses (stress from collage or issues like that). I'm 22 years old, male.
1.My eyes blinks too much.
2.The muscles of my face are a little bit frozen, so I can not smile or laugh. In other words, My laugh is not as usual.
3.Some people think I'm angry with them but I'm not.
4.I feel like I'm a little bit nervous and I don't prefer to make conversations with people.
5.Rarely, my heart beats faster and it's hard to breath.
6.I can not make eye contact.
7.Sometimes There is water in the eye (but I'm not crying, just water).
These symptoms comes anytime anywhere. The duration is from 5 min to several hours.
When I was younger, I did not feel any thing like that. The symptoms have started to appear 2 years ago.
I googled and I thought it was social anxiety but The symptoms sometimes come when I'm alone at my room.
When I sleep well and there is no stress, The symptoms are less likely to happen but they might appear. I know that a normal person feel uncomfortable when they don't sleep well but my feelings are over compared to the feelings of my friends and other people.
Hearing good jokes or talking to funny person or watching a comedy movies might cause the symptoms to disappear or at least makes them more lite. And that's my starting point, I started to watch many funny movies, read jokes and laugh at anything even it is not laughing. That helps me limit the symptoms but has not stop them yet.
Is it a real disease in my brain or nervous system? Or just a psychological disease? How to treat it?
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