I did something incredibly stupid three days ago. I've been on 30 mg citalopram for some months now but on Christmas Eve I just decided to quit, for reasons I will not bother you with. The thing is, I didn't even bother to obtain any professional advice. I can't believe how stupid I actually was, I should have realised maybe it wouldn't be a good idea to quit taking meds from one day to the other. But fact is now I'm having all kinds of weird side-effects that have been gradually increasing since the day I quitted. Most noticeably, I've been feeling all kinds of weird electrical shocks all over my body, as if my nerve system is deregulated in some way. They're not really painful or something but they don't feel good either. Also, I'm having troubles concentrating, sleeping, or just producing enough energy for daily activities. And I've been feeling rather dizzy. I've been thinking of resuming my meds but I'm afraid that would only make it worse now I haven't been taking them for a few days. So my question is: are all these symptons something to worry about or will they just go away as the last remains of the meds will be degraded by my body? I've read some pretty alarming stories on the internet but they don't really sound very realistic. But just in case, does anyone know more about this? I'd be really thankful if anyone could give me some advice.