Our expert says:
A suspect young pharmacists might suffer from the same awful situation young medical students frequently suffer from, which was called Medical Students Disease - in which they develop symptoms of most of the fatal diseases they are learning about.
Seriously, you clearly need to discuss this in detail with your psychiatrist, whose task it is to set your mind at rest, explain everything, and take your concerns seriously. He should be able to explain just why he has chosen these specific drugs rather than alternatives, and just what you can expect in the coming weeks.
The sort of "restless brain" syndrome you seem to be describing does match what I have heard some people describe when in the early stages of taking some of these meds.
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