The most efficient way to solve this problem, in my opinion, would be to see a therapist. Therapists do not prescribe medication. You must have gone to either a primary care physician or a psychiatrist. Psychiatrists and primary care physicians, among others, can prescribe medication but therapists can’t. Therapists utilize talk therapy as a treatment modality. Something is causing you to feel frightened, sick and nervous. Talk therapy might be a tremendous benefit. It could help you to better understand your anxieties.
In addition, it seems as though you have only tried one medication. It didn’t work. You may have to try a number and a variety of different medications before you find one that works. I wouldn’t give up trying to find a medication that works.
If you are not interested in talk therapy, then a self-help approach that you might consider is to begin keeping a journal. Journaling might help to uncover patterns in your thinking. Having a tangible record of your thoughts could lead to a better understanding of what is causing your anxiety.
These self-help books might assist you with your journaling. I would recommend two books: The Feeling Good Handbook and Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy Revised and Updated, both by David Burns. In addition, you may want to read the reviews for other self-help workbooks on websites such as Amazon or Barnes & Noble. Psych Central reviews one psychology book a month. Check Psych Central’s homepage for more information. I wish you the best. Please take care.