If you could describe your thoughts better it would be helpful. Anxious people don't really need a reason to be anxious, but worrying isn't necessarily the same thing as anxiety. Anxiety is a problem that needs treatment when it's chronic -- everyone has bad periods of life and everyone has things happen in life that get to them, but anxiety doesn't really need a reason, it's just there. Anxiety sufferers invent reasons to worry, in other words, because for some unknown reason their brains become programmed to do that. Therapy is one way to try to learn to change the program, or, in the case of people who have had the problem because of something traumatic that happened to them, learn to move past that. You're obviously very young, relatively speaking, and life moves faster for young people than it does for most adults, who get more settled into routines for better or worse. You don't say here how old you are or what you might be going through in your life, and that can be a factor in this stuff -- hormones are a problem, life changes quickly and often, and age means more than it does when you're older -- you're a lot different person at age 14 then you were at 13, but not so much when you're older. The fact the symptoms keep shifting does hint at it being an anxiety problem. If the doctor did a thorough exam, including checking you for viruses and nutritional deficiencies and thyroid problems, etc. and didn't just write it off to anxiety without checking first, then you have that indication as well. If this is anxiety, your doc's advice was good advice. Depends on how much your life is being affected by all this whether a psychologist might be better. If you're not an anxious thinking person, on the other hand, it's possible it's something else. But it sure sounds like you're going through something. How long has this been going on?