I am so glad I found this forum. I started to practice mind body (TMS) method about a month ago. It helped me from being bed bound to being active again. I suffered from long Covid for almost 2 years and most of my symptoms were gone or reduced in level just after 2 weeks of doing TMS. However, my anxiety is still there and persistent more than ever. If there was no trigger, I felt my stomach churning sometimes but I learned to be ok with it because it is clearly TMS. However, if there were real circumstances that caused me stress even a little, my anxiety would be up to the roof. I would be obsessed with the issues even though everyone around me kept telling me it was not a problem. I had jaw clicking when I ate but it only happened once in a blue moon when I chewed hard foods. I did notice the clicking sounds became more often after Covid but at that time I had more other serious issues to worry than this. After I did TMS therapy, it became so much better that I can even eat hard food without problem. However, last few days, I ate crunchy chips and my jaw got locked. It eventually got opened but it really scared me. My anxiety went up and some of my long covid symptoms went back briefly for a day. I was ok the next day but I made a mistake of searching about my jaw symptom and realised I had TMJ. Together with this realisation, I started to have more clicking sound when chewing and some pain which radiate from right to the left side of the jaw where I did not even have the clicking sound. Now I can hardly control my anxiety. my questions are: 1. I think I still have the trauma with long Covid that was really a nightmare for me. My brain does enjoy keeping me in flight mode by creating heightened anxiety especially when it relates to health problem. What should I do to release this trauma? 2. do you think my TMJ is TMS? I have the feeling it is a manifestation of TMS but I would like a bit of confidence in this belief. I couldn‘t afford dentist for now and from what I read, most medical treatments are not effective. Thank you for your help.