You need to go se a doc. Have a hormone test. Wacked out hormones can cause lots of problems and can be easy to fix. If nothing else you might find out what is going on. I don't know that it is depression because you want to do things, but your doc can check that out as well.
Next, I second the therapy but only after you get an MRI (kick and scream if you must to get one). My sister went through this the first time- no therapy, no MRI - no MRI, no therapy - stupid insurance. When she hurt her back again she went straight to the doc and demanded an MRI.
Walking is the one thing you can do that can help keep you moving. Don't think of it as non-exercise. It's great exercise!
Make a list and schedule only what you need to, to make the day a good one. If you don't get everything on the list done, you still got 100% of what you did get done, done.
You will get back to yourself, you just need to figure out where the wrench is and use it to your advantage.
Finally, you need to get more sleep and your hubby, a friend, parent or whoever needs to step in and help you get it. Your doc can also help you figure out why you aren't sleeping.
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