Thank you for your answers and replies. This made me feel a whole lot better
Yes, its common in anxiety and depression to have weight loss or gain. Some gains weight due to emotional eating in stress. I suggest you to take proper meals, make sure your diet include complete nutrition, do some exercise daily to stay fit and healthy. Don't measure weight more frequently, only 1 or 2 times in a month.
Weight fluctuation is VERY common with us with anxiety. :) Do yourself a favor and stay off the scale. I learned this the hard way.
I can lose 5lbs, even when not anxious, in just a couple of days, without even changing my diet.
This causes anxiety... FOR NO REASON. Just make sure you are getting enough calories and nutrients.
Boost drinks always helped when I had little to no appetite. Hope this helps, and I hope you get to feeling better. I know you will. :)