Hello Kennedy c, thanks for your comment.
The problem people can have is that they never know whether or not they are prone to getting anxiety and/or depression because their situation can change all of a sudden, and although I'm not a doctor, I know both of these were present when I was suffering, one day one was stronger than the other while another day the reverse may happen.
We tend to go online to find the answers to the many questions and sometimes this points us in a different direction to how we are actually feeling, and I'm not innocent either.
Being in lock down has changed a great deal on how we are thinking because every week the government change their rules, so we are unsure what's going to happen next.
If you feel better after 30 minutes then perhaps your mind has been taken to another place which is good, but can I suggest once you book a doctor's appointment which will then allow you to see a psychologist, try and write down in point form, how you feel, what precipitates these mood changes and what may be concerning you, then they can read your notes, rather than asking you 'how can I help you' because when this happens, people tend to forget the main points.
Hope you can get back to us.