Don't worry. Just let it be.
What's on your mind?
What are you worried about?
There is no need to worry.
I have no concern about the exam.
A: I'm very worried, Dr. Green. I was afraid I was very ill and dying.
B: Why do you think so?
A: Because I am powerless almost every day. Even when I get up in the morning, I have no strength to get up and dress. Besides, I have a bad appetite and I find it is very difficult for me to do any work.
B: How's your sleep?
A: Very bad.
B: Are you always worried about something?
A: Yes. I've been worried about my job lately. Because I just found a new job and thus I can make a lot of money, but it's really hard, and I want to do it well, so I worry about making mistakes every day.
B: And you're always under a lot of pressure, aren't you?
A: Yes. I really want to devote all my time to my work, even my sleep time.
B: OK, I got it. There's nothing wrong with you. You're just stressed out. What you need to improve is your mental problems. You should treat your work properly.
A: I don't know what to do, I can't control my thoughts and actions.
B: I know a psychologist who will teach you how to let go of your worries.
A: Are you sure I'm not physically ill?
B: Yes, I'm pretty sure.
A: All right. Thank you, doctor.
B: You're welcome.