First, you need to call the prescribing doctor and tell them of your symptoms for 2 reasons: 1, so they know you have had a reaction to the medicine they gave you and can put that on your chart, and 2, so they can change your medication to something better tolerated by you. Having the 'cure' incapacitate you isn't good. There are many ways to solve this problem without making you suffer needlessly - especially when you're already vulnerable.
I'm wondering if you're not experiencing anxiety
along with your stress
. This is another thing to talk with them about when you're calling about the med change.
Overall, Game, you need to begin to decrease the stressors in your life and increase the ways that you reduce stress. Regular sleep, proper nutrition, alcohol regulation, and exercise does wonders in a short amount of time. Even taking 10 minutes in the morning to stop and gather your thoughts for the day, breathe and make a plan and mind-set will make a difference.
If you're already doing these things, then I'm going to say that you may need to be evaluated for anxiety. Look at the link below and see if you recognize your symptoms. If so, you can get treatment for that and get some relief.Anxiety
I'm sorry you're feeling so poorly, and hope that I've given you some ideas to get relief. If I can be of further assistance, please let me know.