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... just don't feel connected to my emotions. It sounds so contradictory to say that you are sad but yet you really don't feel it. I generally can't cry or express emotions like that either. It's so frustrating to feel "numb" all the time. It makes me feel inhuman at times. ... (3 replies)
"Numb" Emotions?
Mar 6, 2005
... I am taking Zoloft for anxiety and mild depression. I don't find it is really helping. The biggest side effect I've noticed is that my emotions seem almost numb. Like I can't cry or don't feel sad in a situation where I should. I just feel numb everywhere. ... (3 replies)
... I feel the exact same way! I was wondering myself, if it was normal to feel like this. I always "know" I am sad, upset, angry, etc, but it's hard to feel my emotions. It's like I just go through the movements of every day life, but never actually experience any real emotions, even though I know that the emotion is lingering. I hate it, because I feel so heartless/emotionless.... (3 replies)

... s extremely emotional. I cried a lot about the littlest things, and I would have outbursts. It was very embarrassing. Actually taking Prozac kind of made me feel numb like the way you're describing yourself now. ... (3 replies)
"Numb" Emotions?
Mar 6, 2005
... I've been on Zoloft now for about 6 six years of my life. And this is the one side effect that I can relate to. I feel the same way, as if my emotions are numbed or paralyzed. I can't cry either..when I know I need to. I don't have a sex drive anymore. ... (3 replies)
... i try so hard to 'feel' but nothing is there..its just a numb feeling.. ... (3 replies)
... I know I have had periods where I couldn't look forward to anything.. always feeling like everything would go wrong anyway. My doctor said was was suffering depression due to the anxiety etc... Anyway, things do improve. I feel a lot better recently, not back to normal but a little more hopefull! My problem is that looking in past is OK as long as you don't think about... (7 replies)
... lly started seeing things in a positive light. When that happened, I experienced a much greater sense of pleasure and satisfaction out of life...all my positive emotions were strengthed and the negatives ones were no longer prominant and overwhelming. ... (4 replies)
... MonkyFunky, When I was taking Paxil cr, after about 5 or 6 mths I started feeling the same way. Nothing seemed to effect me much, like I was just going with the flow. It seemed to have killed my emotions (good and bad). I decided to stop taking them, even though I knew I was going to get the depressed and anxietic feelings back. After the withdrawal hell, I felt SO alive... (7 replies)
... Hi fm, It is one of the side effects of SSRI/SNRI meds. I'm on effexor xr, and the one thing that I noticed is that my "guilt" pretty much left (well, I feel guilty about not feeling guilty :confused:), and has been relplaced by apathy (unless I've just let them go). A break as far as I'm concerned. But, you may also be feeling (and I feel it too) the middle ground... (7 replies)
... i feel 150 percent less stress and anxiety but i have this exact numb feeling your talking about..where nothing phases me. like someone sneakin up on me doesn't even do anything to me anymore... ... (7 replies)
... i feel numb and zombie-like on SSRI meds, like you described- which is one of the reasons i'm not taking them ever again. i do go through phases of my depression where i feel similar, but for the most part, i have major ups and downs. (7 replies)
... Please check out the posts about depersonalization, and derealization. You are experiencing a VERY common symptom of anxiety disorder or it could even be a side affect of mood altering drug. Goodluck, and you're not alone! P.S.If you continue to feel like this on a daily basis, and excercise and lessening of sugar/caffeine doesn't work for you, you might want to talk with... (3 replies)
"Numb" Emotions?
Mar 6, 2005
... Hey, Everyone tends to react differently to these meds. I have anxiety and mild depression and i'm on celexa. That numbness is not abnormal--remember that no one knows particularly how they work on anxiety, they just know that they do. I wouldn't celexa isn't working so well this time around, so i'm thinking of switchin to another one. There are a million... (3 replies)
"Numb" Emotions?
Mar 6, 2005
... it can take 6 weeks for the med to work properly and the dose may need adjusting, occasionally it never works properly or works for a while then stops (3 replies)
... I am trying to control it but I can't get rid of this head preassure and feeling of tightness in my left side of the face (runs from my forehead down to my left eye, down to my jaw). IT's been a little more than a month! I try to ignore it and some days the feeling is faint, other days the feeling is just frustrating. Does anyone get this 'preassure' on the left side? (as... (11 replies)
... d to do. Its hard to enjoy life. I have to babies, and they mean the world to me, and I would like to be able to enjoy them more then I've been able to. Being numb is good when your really angry. So you dron't do anything you might regret. Although it's good in that aspect, it's destroying me in others. ... (3 replies)
... because holding all your emotions in causes severe problems. If you want to take the medication route, I would recommend Sertraline. I take Sertraline on a daily basis and it helps my symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... It feels really nice to hear words of encouragement rather than negative things. I'm happy the I'm realizing my problems now, more than I ever did before. My emotions were mostly ignored when I was younger and I guess now I've built up this wall fo anxiety because my emotions are numb. ... (21 replies)
... weeks for it to really take effect. Also, remember that the meds will help you cope, relieve anxiety symptoms, but they don't make you not have emotions anymore or react to stress. ... (5 replies)

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