I have recently been having trouble with severe burning sensations on my face. This comes on suddenly and can last for a half hour or longer. It also causes me to get a headache if it lasts long enough. The only relief I have found is to apply something like a frozen can of fluid (coke, sprite can) to my face and just rub it around on my face until the burning starts to go away. If I can stop the burning then my headache starts to subside. I also have been having trouble with this strange burning sensation in the back of my head. I do not know if the two are related. The back of my head just feels tingly or strange at times. I normally do not get many headaches so I don't know what this could be related to. I have been diagnosed with panic disorder and am taking an anti anxiety medication for this. Could anxiety be the cause of these things? I am 34 years old. Thanks for any input.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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