Let me ask you this, then. If someone you knew came to you with all these symptoms, and all their tests were normal, what would you think was wrong? I know it’s harder to see when you’re ‘in’ it, but you are actually a very typical, common case. All of your symptoms are from generalized anxiety disorder, and I’ve already explained many times what is going on, and how to treat it. Everything you need is already in this thread. But if you can’t think greater than you feel, you will stay stuck. You are stuck in a stress state, and in that state the brain tends to close down to new information. It will also make you think more anxiety producing thoughts, because in nature you’d have a better chance of survival. Go back and read the posts you wrote before, do you see the similarities? You are constantly feeding the stress cycle by allowing yourself to think stressful thoughts. At this point, you are no different than an addict. Except you aren’t addicted to a drug, but rather a substance your body is producing. It craves the anxiety state because its chemistry has changed to accommodate it. Even though you say you hate how you feel, you keep driving back towards that state with how you’re thinking and acting. It’s a classical addiction cycle. If you want to break the cycle you have to stop the cycle. Once you do that you will heal, both mentally and physically.