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... menopause symptom. About 3 years ago I began to have severe surges of adrenaline. I live on a hill and when I would drive down the hill it felt as though I were on a roller coaster. ... (27 replies)
... Hi! what does these adrenaline surges feel like? ... (27 replies)
... Like the anxiety builds up and gets really bad then calms down and happens all over again at a later time. Almost like a surge of adrenaline over and over. Not panic attacks. I get those too but they are different. ... (1 replies)

... Hello everyone, first of all let me thank you all for your contributions on this website ! ... (12 replies)
... or release huge amounts of adrenaline unnecessarily like in Panic Disorder. This becomes very problematic because the constant flowing of or instant surges of adrenaline will produce VERY scary symptoms that can become extremely debilitating if you don't learn how to manage them... ... (8 replies)
... I'm just ready for this Lexapro to kick in. I'm miserable right now and really want relief! I keep getting these little surges of adrenaline that give me palpitations and then of course I panic. Its been an endless cycle for me. ... (14 replies)
Disrupted sleep
Sep 5, 2005
... I've had these before... it's when your mind is on a high state of stress and alert. You'd be scared even to fall asleep... not necessarily a panic attack though or a hallucination.. ... (4 replies)
... Does my son have some weird undiagnosed back problem instead of just spasms? ... (127 replies)
Lexapro Experience
Sep 15, 2008
... d get tremors and jitters, and get crazy stomach cramping and muscle tension to where I felt I had been hit by a truck. My heart would palpitate and I would get surges of adrenaline at random times during the day. ... (4 replies)
... I guess I can start that I've experienced alot of the same symptoms while coming off zoloft, not the digestive part but basically everything else. For me it's been almost 1. ... (6 replies)
... I was placed on Zoloft and Buspar in 1998 for severe anxiety and PTSD. I came off of it last summer and to say the withdrawal was a nightmare was an understatement. ... (6 replies)
... or a while after. For quite a while after my body "buzzes" as if there is an electrical charge and my thoughts 'flash' pictures in my mind. For the first moments of these surges I feel afraid I am dying and I need to focus and remind myself that I will not. ... (7 replies)
Adrenalin surges
Jun 12, 2005
... Yes, these are so scary. I started having panic attached a couple of months ago out of the blue. I had these adrenaline surges NIGHTLY for over 2 weeks. ... (4 replies)
... actually it seemed to start when taking Ritalin, but continued after weaning....i think maybe the Ritalin just made me AWARE of what was already happening in my sleep...which i suspect is APNEA... ... (12 replies)
... Yes, I can relate to the adrenaline surges. I thought I was the only one who has experienced those!!! ... (27 replies)
... Same here, I did 2 EKGs in the last 8 months, both of them read a perfectly healthy heart. So healthy, in fact, that the doctors congratulated me, especially since I'm a smoker. ... (12 replies)
... I think I know what you're saying and have felt this many times when almost asleep.I have head surges and sometimes it in my chest ,like you say,like you were suddenly frieghtened by something with the tingling body and rapid heartbate etc. ... (12 replies)
... I know all about lack of sleep and my eyes are red and I'm tired! ... (27 replies)
... only had to go unlock the door to where i worked.i went back home and tried to go back to sleep but that was a lost would hit me and it was like all the adrenaline in my body rushing at once, id get nauseous, lightheaded and hot as well. it was the worst experience ive had thus far. ... (7 replies)
... good, and since I am not sure what I have, I just want to make sure its not some physical problem they have not found here. I am in NJ, but rural area, not alot of good hospitals or even specialists. ... (27 replies)

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