- Taste and smell symptoms - A “tinny,” “metallic,” “ammonia,” “blood-like,” bitter,
or odd or unusual smell or taste in the mouth and/or nose
Taste and smell symptoms: You have a sporadic or persistent
odd taste or smell. Some describe it as “tinny,” “metallic,” “ammonia,” “blood-like,” “blood
in the mouth,” bitter, or some other odd smell or taste.
This smell or taste is not related to something you’ve
eaten or from your environment. Most often it has no rational
NOTE: There are direct physiological and
psychological reasons why anxiety symptoms occur. The members
area contains detailed information about common anxiety symptoms
including what they are, why they occur, and what you can do
to eliminate them. It includes the anxiety symptoms associated
with tastes and smells.