Our expert says:
Sounds rather like an anxiety disorder ; and you'd do best to arange to see a good local psychiatrist for a full in-person assessment and treatment advice. Fortunately, if it is an anxiety disorder, this responds very well to Cognitive-behaviour therapy ( CBT ) a good form of talking therapy, and to drugs also used to treat depression, which are usually more useful than the sedative tranquillizers GPs often prefer to try.
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