Vitamin D3 and magnesium help with anxiety and depression. I take gummy vitamins. You may have to force yourself to go outside a few minutes each day. Take in the joy of sunshine and fresh air. Prayer helps too.
Wow! I'm sorry to read this. That is a very long time to suffer without psychiatric care. I've not had that issue. When we needed medication management, we did find it. Are you in the United States? What about a psychiatric nurse practitioner? They do a nice job prescribing medication. They are easier to get into than a psychiatrist, md and you could get on a wait list for the psychiatrist. And therapy. Do not forget therapy. Medication is great but therapy skills are the heart of recovery. CBT and DBT therapy would be fantastic. Do a search in your area and get on a wait list if you have to for a caregiver. And then send an email each monday asking for cancellations. We were moved up every time we did this and got cancellations so were in much sooner than told. And yes, a gp could also start you on medication or adjust your current medication. Agoraphobia is serious and you surely want to overcome this. And you know what . . . you WILL. You did before, you'll do it again.