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Have irritating habit of constantly "moving" my lips/mouth. Guess it's psychological but seems like a small thing to see a psychologist about.

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Dr. Pamela Pappas
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In brief: Mouth movements

Have you been on psychiatric medications previously -- before the mouth movements began? Or have these appeared without this? Antipsychotic medications can cause movement disorders, which can show up in repetitively moving mouth and tongue.
I suggest you see a neurologist first, before the psychologist, as it may not be psychological. Anxiety can worsen drug-induced movements too, though.

In brief: Mouth movements

Have you been on psychiatric medications previously -- before the mouth movements began? Or have these appeared without this? Antipsychotic medications can cause movement disorders, which can show up in repetitively moving mouth and tongue.
I suggest you see a neurologist first, before the psychologist, as it may not be psychological. Anxiety can worsen drug-induced movements too, though.
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