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Offlinetomk
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Music Euphoria and Time Loss
    #3401589 - 11/24/04 02:27 AM (13 years, 24 days ago)

OK. About 3 weeks ago I went off of a tricyclic antidepressant I was taking for periphial neuropathy.

I've noticed this weird side effect. Whenever I listen to music I instantly lose track of time, get a huge amount of euphoria, and then when it's over, that time is completely blacked out. I haven't been tripping lately, or even smoking pot, and it's only come on since the tricyclic stopped. This, um, sorta scares me. Blacking out while listening to music is not cool. Any thoughts?

(Cross posted in the Music, Art, and Literature Forum)


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Re: Music Euphoria and Time Loss [Re: tomk]
    #3401759 - 11/24/04 03:12 AM (13 years, 24 days ago)

euphoria from music? thats a gift man :thumbup: enjoy it.


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Re: Music Euphoria and Time Loss [Re: Vvellum]
    #3404633 - 11/24/04 05:49 PM (13 years, 23 days ago)

dont know about tricyclic antidepressants but i was on ssris for a while, although stopped now, i smoke mj more or less every day and i think i know what you mean. music is very euphoric to me and i can sit and do nothing for hours and wont even notice it


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Re: Music Euphoria and Time Loss [Re: n0xious]
    #3406645 - 11/25/04 01:37 AM (13 years, 23 days ago)

It's sort of like that, I get so into the music that when the song stops it's like I wake up in a 'where am I' daze, I can't remember anything (almost like waking up from a dream).


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Re: Music Euphoria and Time Loss [Re: tomk]
    #3410798 - 11/26/04 02:47 AM (13 years, 22 days ago)

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tomk said:
It's sort of like that, I get so into the music that when the song stops it's like I wake up in a 'where am I' daze, I can't remember anything (almost like waking up from a dream).




I know you won't appreciate me saying this, and I probably don't fully understand since I don't know what that after-feeling is truely like, but to me that sounds amazing.


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Re: Music Euphoria and Time Loss [Re: jarby]
    #3412535 - 11/26/04 03:47 PM (13 years, 21 days ago)

i dont usually realise when the music stops, by then im usually in a trance lol


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Re: Music Euphoria and Time Loss [Re: n0xious]
    #3413577 - 11/26/04 09:10 PM (13 years, 21 days ago)

I was on ssri's and noticed the same thing. My whole persona changed when I got off them, I felt totally liberated. In turn, I've been able to finally enjoy the finer things in life. Not sure if ssri's and try's are even relatively close though.

I also get swamped with euphoria and a hell of a lot of nostalgia at times. I almost start squeeling with joy. And especially since I stopped taking antidepressants, the nostalgia factor has just skyrocketed. :blush:

I don't think that it's anything to worry about, cherish it. In a world so full of bullshit, it's something that no one can taint. I find that it's hard to keep track as well, just remember that most songs are roughly 4 or 5 minutes.... that's about all I can say.


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