About 30% of people do not respond well to any of the antidepressants.
If you are on Paxil I would stop. Paxil was wonderful for a month or two and then stopped working for me. It took me six months to get off the stuff. I described the symptoms and people told me it sounded like getting off hard drugs.
Find foods that are high in L-Triptophan. Turkey has less than chicken. Spinach is high in L-Triptophan.
The main problem with SSRI (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor) is that they do not add Seratonin and you must do something to add Seratonin. L-Triptophan is an amino acid that crosses into the brain and eventually produces Seratonin. I found that SSRIs are like a windup clock and they eventually run out. That is why I said to find food high in L-Triptophan.
I found that hard exercise negated the effects of SSRIs. I never did light exercise so I do not know if that would work. When I did not do any exercise the SSRIs would work at first.
Reality check is if you are on a diet to loose weight you will feel unbelievably bad. I find you have to exercise it off.
I currently eat a lot of cottage cheese and a lot of veggs. I try to avoid anything negative (do not do anything that will get your mental state down). Find positive people to be around. Get involved in something where you help other people.