Actually feel Or actually felt ?
Good question, Emaglobye, and welcome to the Grammar Exchange.
I would stay with "actually feel", or even better, "am actually feeling". The antecedent phrase looks and sounds like past tense, but it's actually subjunctive mood. I realize this can be a bit confusing, but this is a device to suggest a possible but as yet contrary-to-fact present situation:
You aren't asking me this, but if you did, I would tell you ...
I would not go so far as to say that "actually felt" is incorrect, but the fact that it is in a parallel construction with "try" makes it very awkward. As it stands, though, the sentence needs a conjunction before the "try" clause, or it needs to be separated out as a sentence on its own. But if the guy is that depressed, I'm not going to mess with him.