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Extremely dull and boring. If we have to sit through another mind-numbing lecture today, I'm going to need another cup of coffee!

numbed out

mod. nearly paralyzed by phencyclidine (PCP). (Drugs.) The teenager was nearly numbed out when they brought her in.
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For analyses involving PTSD symptom clusters, we used the emotional numbing four-factor model [25].
Children who show avoidance and emotional numbing may need the help of a mental health professional, while more common reactions such as re-experiencing the event and hyperarousal (including sleep disturbances and a tendency to be easily startled) may respond to help from parents and teachers.
Staff at the Fuzz Wax Bar in Toronto told the Daily Star that when one of their aestheticians brought the numbing cream for her, the 25-year-old pop star just laughed and said that she loves the pain and that it feels good to her.
Dumbacher asked New Guinea villagers to suggest insects or plants that cause tingling or numbing.
You have to admire Niccol's humanizing agenda in movie terrain usually crowded with numbing technology and digital stereo explosions.
Bed bugs inject their victims with their saliva, which contains a numbing agent, like Novocain.
The combination is known to cause a numbing sensation when eaten.
But I also wanted to witness something that is so absolutely not numbing to the soul, something ``spiritual,'' maybe.
Symptoms of PTSD include recurring memories or dreams of traumatic experiences, emotional numbing and detachment from others, and heightened physiological responses to novel or trauma-related cues.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared its ten inch ON-Q Soaker(TM) Catheter for the delivery of local anesthetic (a numbing medicine) to the surgical site to reduce pain following surgery.
Violence, sex, absurdity - for Durmont, they're all cut from the same cloth, each submitted with numbing hollowness.
PTSD symptoms include nightmares about a prior trauma, numbing of emotions, sudden, angry outbursts, and panic in response to situations that symbolize or recall the trauma.
The ON-Q PainBuster Post-Operative Pain Relief System provides targeted pain relief after surgery only where the body needs it, delivering a non-narcotic numbing medication directly to an incision site.
Now that we have our own laser machine, supplies like medical bandages and the numbing cream are our biggest expenses.
ON-Q PainBuster(R) (formerly ON-Q (Classic)) will continue to provide a trusted option for targeted pain relief that helps patients get back to their normal lives faster after surgery by dependably delivering a non-narcotic numbing medication directly to an incision site.