I can relate 100%. I'm starting to think that maybe in a lot of cases there aren't any triggers, other than whatever chemical stuff is going on in my body. My therapist keeps asking what I'm anxious ABOUT but I can't really say ... it's just a general awful feeling a lot of the time.
And it seems like just when I think I've figured things out and things are going well, I'll have a terrible day or week or month and then I'm starting over again. I hate it.
I went off klonopin because eventually I started to feel too sedated, but like it wasn't actually helping anything, so I've been trying out different herbs for a couple months. It was recommended to me that I go on a few other medications but I decided I want to try something else before I agree to it. I found a few herbal teas that work pretty well, I order them from an herbal store -- http://www.mistymeadows.org/
. I've also been taking a supplement called Tranquilene -- http://www.tranquilene.com/tranquilene_formula.php
. I think it's actually making a big difference, my mood has been on a steady upswing for more than a month now, with only a couple bad days (big improvement from before). I also find that when I start the day by stretching, I usually end up feeling more motivated and happy throughout the day. I really thing there's something to releasing physical tension first thing in the morning. Worth at try anyway!