Last year I started a new extremely stressful job, as well as college courses and literally a week after I started there, my anxiety/depression had come swooping in full force. It had otherwise remained dormant after I got it under control in highschool and I was able to get off meds. Now I'm back on 50mg Zoloft and have had an MRI, tons of blood work, a trip to the ER, ENT, chiropractors, neurologist, etc, and everything always comes back fine. This whole past year I've had sinus issues (I've never had sinus issues before), and just generally feel ill ALL THE TIME. I used to love going out and having drunken shenanigans with my husband and now I have two beers and I feel super fatigued and yucky, usually end up getting a headache and go to bed early. I also feel like I'm out of breath all the time and am very aware of my heart beating. I am an active person that is not overweight, non-smoker, and I work out 2-3x a week. I constantly have sinus issues and always feel like I'm fighting a cold. I've gone through 5 rounds of antibiotics this past year, I'll feel a bit better for about a week after and then it comes right back. All my lab work, and MRI have been clear/good. I have a follow up with the ENT tomorrow who will prob just tell me my sinuses are dry and send me on my way more frustrated than ever like last time. I've had quite a few panic attacks lately too all stemming around that I think I am dying and that having a cold/sinus infection for the rest of life is just who I am now. Or that it's not a cold/sinus infection but something way more serious. Is this all anxiety? I guess I just have a hard time believing that I feel like I have a cold 24/7 because I have anxiety 😕😒 I didnt experience these as a kid when dealing with this, why now?