For the majority of people that suffer with anxiety/depressive disorders, mornings, upon waking, are usually the worst time. That is because there are a lot of philological processes taking place when we go from a sleeping to a waking state. One of those processes is the release of added stress hormones, such as cortisol, which will increase our anxiety/depression.
The brain sets-up a default setting to morning processes that trigger added anxiety/depression, and this becomes the norm.
When my anxiety disorder is acting up, mornings are always the worse for me, with my experiencing the least anxiety in the evening hours.
The very best to you, Kenzie!... Chuck