Please help me with a proper diagnosis for the following symptoms/description:
I'm an 19 year old male. I smoke cigarettes and have a history of past addiction. Stress and anxiety seem to be always present in my mind and seem to have an always-present over-bearing effect.
I find myself caught up in my thoughts a lot. Processing negative thoughts at what I would think to be an abnormally fast rate. I find myself obsessively pacing; walking into random thoughts, or walking the same path over and over thinking worrying.
Over the past few years I've started to experience a full-body tension. Which now is rather severe. To describe it, it feels like all the muscles in my body are tensing causing random areas of my body to hurt badly when moving. The majority of the pain is experienced within the length of the back and at the waist.
The severity of tension within my body; muscles is to the point as if it feels as though it is causing some form of eroding.
My breathing feels very heavy. I have found myself trying to regulate the rhythm of my breathing many times. Meaning my breathing has been "off-beat" in various situations.
Stress and anxiety seem to be overwhelming almost at all times. Constant full-body pain. I experience extreme fatigue everyday. I go to bed and wake up as if it's been three seconds in between going to bed and waking up. I do experience any dreams at all. I go to bed tired and wake up. I start to experience extreme fatigue within an hour of waking up if not immediately.
Wearing even remotely tight clothing around the waist, Ex: Under-armor shorts is not noticeable at first and then it starts to cause pain which gets progressively worse and then extremely severe.
Wearing belts/shorts/tight clothing causes severe pain.
Any clothing obstruction/protrusion such as overlapping, creased, or wrinkled shirt causes extreme discomfort. Tight clothing also has this effect as stated.
I feel progressively worse it terms of bodily pain and fatigue over the day.
Height: 5 "10
Weight: 145 lbs.
Someone please help me.