This is my first time using this website. I hate to bother all of you, but I have gone 13 months with symptoms now and the only sure diagnosis I have been given is stubborn hypertension. I understand this website is not intended to make any diagnosis, but I would appreciate if anyone could point me in a direction in which to seek help. I am a 22 year old Male. 6'0, 210 lbs. Starting in 10/2014 I started to experience severe sweating (warm), splitting headaches, cob-web vision and tension behind my eyes. Along with this came dizziness, a heavier heart beat, occasional shakiness, and general fatigue. At the time of these symptoms I was not necessarily healthy. I was around 240lbs., I was taking pre-workout supplements (creatine, nitric oxide), drinking too much alcohol, and chewing tobacco. I went in to get checked out and had severe hypertension in 180s/100s. I was put on meds (20mg lisinopril) and then saw a cardiologist who performed an ECG & Stress Test. He said that all was fine and to take my meds and start living "healthier". In the following months I cut-out all workout supplements and quit chewing tobacco which I never used heavily to begin with. I also cut down on drinking and lost about 15 pounds, but my symptoms only seemed to worsen. Within the next few months I had a Kidney & Liver ultrasound, CBCs, 24-Hour Urine Catecholamine Tests, Brainwave Tests, you name it. I saw several radiologists and a neurologist who put me on 25mg of Topamax to control my headaches. Nothing abnormal in the testing, but still symptoms. That leads up to this summer. I had to move to a new city, so I decided to give it another shot. I have had another ECG & Stress done as well as basic blood work, a CT Scan, and an ANA anti-bodies test. Still nothing. My doctor has diagnosed my symptoms as "generalized anxiety" and put me on .5 mg of xanax a day as needed. As of now, being on Lisinopril, Topamax, & Xanax my headaches are somewhat controlled. My blood pressure is in the mid-130s/mid-80s, & the xanax seems to chill me out sometimes, but I have begun to build a tolerance. The core symptoms still exist though. I still sweat noticeably easier. I have cob-web vision and tension behind my eyes. I am dizzy and a little shaky as I type this and my body feels like it needs a nap, despite being awake just 4 hours and having had a cup of coffee. As of now I take no supplements. I do not chew tobacco and the only bad habit I have is the occasional binge drinking with my friends once every few months. Having seen a cardiologist, neurologist, radiologists, and multiple general practitioners it is frustrating to have no clear diagnosis and to have only slightly lessened my symptoms. My current doctor has done her due diligence and I do not believe she has done anything wrong or has "failed" necessarily. I would appreciate any advice as far as specialists to see or tests to suggest that may help me reach a diagnosis and ultimately a comfortable living condition. Thank you.