You look ___. No need to rush! It's 7.52 am!
I'm looking for a word that illustrate someone doing something but they are in rush.
For example, I had told to be early in a meeting and I woke up late. I'm panic and afraid if my boss will lecture me again, so I put on my clothes and run to my office. I don't even take a shower, don't eat, and have no time to comb my hair
My best thought is 'consternation', because I realized that I woke up late and I only have 10 minutes before the meeting starts. However, I don't think it's a better word, though. I need a verb or an adjective, and if I'm in a condition that's described by this word, it's likely that I'm sweating, worried, and a bit dizzy.
It exists in my language, but I can't help to inform you this, because it's a kind of slang or word that you will never find on Google. It's a dialect and it doesn't even exist on my native language dictionary. Some native people in my country would possibly don't understand this word. Nevertheless, it's used in my town. I mention all of this because this situation can possibly be described by one word without telling what the word is that I have in my language.