Calm down man, parasites can make you lose it, you're not lost.
About 3 months ago I was seriously considering killing myself. I thought a demon possessed me.
A parasitic infection is like walking with a concrete block of stone on your back:
You kind of get used to the weight and you keep moving on and on as long as you stay in your daily rythm.
But as soon as you trip, (for example, you get a bad case of flu, a heavy weekend you never recover from, an injury) Thats when you notice it's impossible to get back on your feet again.
Things you can do:
Relieve the immediate worm load, take Mebendazole and Biltricide.
Take fibers to literally push that crap out your gut.
Drink loads of water.
Start working out in the gym (VERY IMPORTANT) your immune system will boost itself, your body will become stronger, heat from the running and lifting weights will kill parasites and you'll flush them out sweating. Plus your neurochemistry will return to normal by endorphines.
Use sauna, especially IR sauna.
Youre not lost, you just tripped with a concrete block on your back.
Get your liver checked out expecially if youve been in endemic ereas for hep A and B or had unprotected sex, a CBC won't show any viral infection nor elevation in liver enzymes. For the doc this common request for hepatitis is only an extra tick of a box.