It sounds just like your anxiety is getting the better of you, there are miny types of anti-Ds that can help you it's just finding the right meds for you, how long have you been on those meds sometimes it takes up to 6 weeks of more for them to kick in I myself I'm on lexapro for it and I feel good on it and I take valium for when my anxiety is running high
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You are obviously not alone. You have a problem that you share with millions. Including those people on this forum. There is comfort in numbers.
You already see a Psychiatrist. That's a great start. Cognitive therapy is great. However, (and this is just me) I wouldn't give up on antidepressants. It is very hit and miss. I was fortunate. I took Prozac for my OCD (another anxiety disorder) and had great luck. It pooped out after 17 years and now I'm searching for the right replacement. Lexapro didn't work for me. I just started Luvox and have great hopes for it. If it doesn't work I will try Zoloft.
I am not a Doctor, however I have done a great deal of research in the field and discussed this with my Pdoc. People react differently to different drugs. It's a trial and error deal. If your side effects are not terrible go for it until you get the right one. Having said that, Wellbutrin is not a great choice for those of us with high anxiety. It's meant for depression or smoking cessation and weight loss. It "speeds you up" and may increase agitation. I would try Prozac, Paxil or possibly Lexapro although it's a cousin of Celexa.
I had my first symptoms while in college. I can say things have improved ever since. Things a cyclical, but you can beat it.