My mind is foggy and I am not able to think clearly. I am very forgetful and I sleep more during daytime. I cannot grasp things quickly and it takes a lot of time. My problem started 4 years ago when I drunk whiskey for the first time in my life. Since then my mind was foggy and slowed down. Also, I started skipping work and studies. Please help me. I have taken a lot of antidepressants, but it does not help. I am very much confused and I am less attentive to the things that go around me. I find difficulty in driving the car and it takes a lot of mental effort. I have social phobia and I fear going out of home. I like to do everything at home.
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Substance induced anxiety.Probable diagnosis:
GAD (generalized anxiety disorder) with social phobia.Treatment plan:
Psychotherapy (CBT - cognitive behavior therapy) with short term pharmacotherapy.Regarding follow up:
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