I have depression and anxiety. Both have been worse than ever before I currently suffer from chronic insomnia and panic attacks. How can I treat this?

See doctor. You need to see a doctor. First you have to be examined and given a diagnosis and then discuss treatment options. With the issue you describe therapy also plays a role in your treatment plan .

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