I’m glad the affirmations are helping. It can be really astonishing how such a small “dose” of imagery – just a few minutes – can go such a long way in lowering anxiety. It still surprises me, and I should know by now.
To answer your question, when all is said & done, anxiety is anxiety. For your purposes, there’s no need differentiate it by type, or to parse it out by what it focuses on. Nor is there any value in doing so. OCD is an anxiety-based condition – with a lot of genetic predisposition driving it – so anything you do for general anxiety would be helpful for OCD. The same is true for your health-focused anxiety.
The fact that you’re worrying about these different types of anxiety and whether you should be doing different things for each them is a possible indicator that you might indeed have a little OCD. But either way, if you focus on easing your general anxiety, you’ll be on the right track.
The actual OCD imagery could be a nice alternate for you to use when you get bored with the Affirmations or the Relaxation and Wellness imagery. It won’t hurt you to use it if you don’t have the official diagnosis, and it’s probably got some imagery that’s on target for you. The main thing to keep in mind is that anything you do that eases your anxiety – including exercise, breathwork, mindfulness meditation, yoga, massage therapy and all manner of imagery – is all good!
Best wishes and good luck with this!