When I get like that my Dr does consider it an anxiety attack -- obviuously not a full-blown one, but still something is there that clouds my mind.
What is your zoloft prescrobed for? I'm not sure, but it may be something that you have to take regularly until your system gets used to it before it can really help you out.
In any case, I certainly uderstand your feelings and wanted to let you know there is someone out there (here!) listening to you. That's how I felt from about
2pm yesterday on -- by bedtime I'd cancelled this mornings mtgs so I could sleep in if that's waht my body wanted. I got to spend some time chilling without feeling like my brain needed to be somewhere else.
Of course, I then did sometimg stupid - put cat litter down the toliet when I know it stops it up enough so that I have to call the plumber. Arg.
Anyway, I hope you get some time to chill when you get off work -- there is nothing quiet like a warm cozy sofa/bed with a cup of soothing tea....I'm wishing that feeling to you now.
Hang in there
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