Be careful about diagnosing yourself with psychological disorders while you are actively drinking. Alcohol really messes with your mental state and your central nervous system. If you can kick the habit, you might be surprised to find that your fairly normal. Although no one can tell you with certainty, I think you would be likely to suffer DTs if you stop by yourself, and that can be very serious for your health (as in life or death). Please seek some medical assistance in stopping; once you are past the first 10 days, the serious physical issues are over. I should warn you that the rest of recovery happens in stages. You will feel better after 10 days, but may still be tired and a little disoriented. But it gradually lifts. For me, every few months was a new gift of something better, as another symptom left me.
I can sympathize with your panic disorder; that happened to me after many years of drinking too. You can't stay young forever, and your body is trying to tell you something. Get some medical help and quit drinking as soon as possible. And be patient when you quit, because it takes time.
I'm on board with Jacker here 150%!only thing i can add is...I shudder at what your liver and kidneys must be experiencing!sigh!