Thanks for the reply, came across as somewhat judgemental but I will respond sincerely.
I'm not paranoid about carbs at all, I'm a very logical person and wouldn't think about that sort of thing. I also said I eat 200g of carbs a day (a lot of guys on here track their macros) which is more than fine if you are not exercising much or at all. My stomach was swelling to the size of a melon after eating meals in the evening and just didn't go anywhere (I really should have specified before). I would feel nauseous for hours afterwards and when lying down it would be hard not to throw up. I eat like a monster right now and always have until things getting daft in the last year.
Wasn't on anything at all before this, I was completely t-total for years and years.
The only thing that has helped me rehabilitate, whatever is going on with my body, to where I am again eating over 3000 calories a day again are the herbs that I have listed. If you don't know what they are, how they work then why comment? Speaking without experience or knowledge is silly, I found them off articles on T-Nation and I finally sleep now, coincidence after trying so many different things? No. I've only been trying this sort of stuff out for a couple of months.
So have I gone to the doctor? Yes. Did he want to prescribe me anti-depressants? Yes, but then what doctor doesn't? Not many from the amount of people on them. (I'm guessing that is what propanolol is)
Now from a logical standpoint anxiety is a broad term and is a symptom, not causation. Psychological/sociological issues can never ever be immediately dismissed. That would just be silly. However, in regards to adrenal fatigue, thyroid issues etc I also want to explore the possibility of what happens when even if someone is in a fantastic place and doing well why their body might do unreasonable things. Too many things have set me off and I feel that is a chemical issue.
Can people do damage to their hormones when anything is done is excess and are some people more susceptible to such damage? I am guessing this is possible.
Right now I exercise and do a lot of things BUT for the sake of my health I wanted to see if there is anything else I can consider. People must do damage to their adrenal glands and from what I have read your thyroid is closely related..... So, are there people on here who might know? The best people I can think of as a community who test their blood and keep their knowledge up to date are bodybuilders and strength athletes.
I really hope that I haven't come across as rude but ideally and sincerely objective. I can also totally get why you (or anyone) would be inclined to say these sort of things as we are painfully aware as a society of eating disorders, depression etc. I just want to look at everything from blood tests to strategies for keeping hormones in check.