Have to second the advice above, and also agree that the pattern you describe is not at all uncommon. In the three times I have dealt with this, the first two started as panic attacks and were followed by anxiety and depression both. The third time it was more anxiety rather than full on panic attacks, but I dreaded the mornings, and still do to some extent as I slowly recover (this round is taking longer to get thru). Evenings seem to be better, and sleep is a merciful respite from it all. Although I am not fully recovered from this third round, I have enjoyed a good decade plus between the other attacks (on medication, but not a lot) of basically feeling normal again. Where you are now that may seem impossible to believe, but it does happen, after you find effective treatment. It may happen rather quickly or take much longer than you think it should, but it will happen, so many of us have been there. I suggest keeping a journal, this way you record both the bad and better days, when I get worried about some symptom or whatever I look back and see I had the same damn thing decades ago, and I am still here. Good luck.