Although you listed several things that may cause the “wired” feeling, it is not clear to me that you've been taking all of those, the only thing that seems clear to me is that you're taking Vit. C and panthetine, so perhaps you should clarify, because if you are taking a glandular it's not even advised, except maybe for a short time. I read somewhere that (which I myself have taken), herbals and Rx drugs compare to whipping a tired horse to make it run. Dr. Lam explains in his site, I think in the section about Adrenal Crashes & Recovery Cycle, that some supplements taken at the wrong time can do more harm than good.
Myself, because I'm more and more convinced an imbalance between copper and zinc is what causes and/or perpetuates AF, zinc is what I'm taking along the C, magnesium, calcium, manganese, molibdenum & potassium. Can't say I'm a "ball of fire" but not having my worst symptoms anymore is a very welcome improvement for me and to me it means I'm once again allowing my body to recover.
Even "back in the day" Adelle Davis wrote of how important p.a. is during times of stress, she explained it pretty well in her book "Let's Get Well", in one edition of this book the very first chapter was entitled something like "Stress is the beginning of all illness", the older one I now have is different, the 2nd Chapter is "Meeting the Demands of Stress" . In a section of that chapter entitled "Nutritional needs are increased" she wrote that a p.a. deficiency causes the adrenals "to shrivel and become filled with blood and dead cells; cortisone and other hormones can no longer be produced,, and the many protective changes characteristic of stress do not occur. Even a slight lack of p.a. causes a marked decrease in the quantity of hormones released" and the first of the 6 references given to support the above dates from 1940! Personally, I think it's a crying shame that it took about 4 decades for the role of B vitamins during times of stress to become widely recognized and for vitamins for stress to become available to the public.