Yes, I know exactly what you mean. When I was really in the throws of my panics and anxiety, the mornings were the worst for me. Normally, if left to my own will, I would sleep until 9:00 or 10:00 in the morning (if I didn't have to get kids off to school), but in the midst of my anxiety, I would wake up at 6:00 or 6:30 . . . wide awake. . . knots in my stomach and already terribly nervous and not able to get back to sleep for anything. Sleep is such a nice escape when dealing with panic, but it seems as though your body has something else in mind and the adrenaline kicks in and wakes you up . . . so you can start worrying all over again!!!
Are you taking anything for your anxiety? Just curious. That's when I made the decision to go see someone. When it starts really interrupting your life . . . it's time.
Hang in there . . .