If you've ever been close enough to know what a panic attack feels like, then you have at least a vague idea of what an insensate feels like. It's like having an out-of-body experience. In fact, an online search for the term will give you plenty of examples and descriptions of exactly what we mean by it. The more scientific terms for it are "anesthesia" or "hyperventilation."
There is one term that might better describe what we mean by an insensate: unconscious hypersensitivity. Insensate, as the term suggests, is a condition where you feel things that aren't there. Computers, cars, and stuffed dolls are obviously insensate (although some of sometimes project personalities and thoughts onto them). In short, unconscious hypersensitivity is when you are so sensitive to what might be a danger or hurt that you are overwhelmed by feelings of panic.
An online search for the term insensate gives back quite a lot of hits. One of the most popular is, "anxiety attacks after driving a car." According to this website, if you have an anxiety attack while behind the wheel, it is likely because of an incident you've had in the past. It could be driving on a wet road, being startled by a car, or even driving on the wrong side of the road. The article goes on to say that people with panic attacks should not drive a car, even if it is necessary. You can also find many articles online about what to do if you suffer from an insensate.
If you have never experienced an anesthetic shock before, you need to know that it can be a very unpleasant experience. One editor sums it up nicely by saying, "I literally cannot breathe. I am completely devoid of any sensation except a lack of sensation." Sate has been described as a feeling of lightheadedness or tingling of the skin.
A creditor goes into detail about what he experienced during his first exposure to the sate: "I literally felt like I was in a fog, had no idea how I was going to make it out of the fog or just go on without stopping. I was completely in a state of constant worry that I would slip and fall. At one point I was thinking to myself, 'This isn't real, this is like being in a movie, this is unreal.' Then suddenly everything became very dark and I couldn't see anything, everything around me seemed unreal, I had this intense lack of sensation and was totally in a fog, almost black out."
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