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13 Possible Causes for Aggressive Behavior, Deja Vu, Panic Attacks

  • Temporal Lobe Epilepsy

    […] sensations (which may include a rising or "funny" feeling under your breast bone or in the area of your stomach ) Hallucinations (including sights, smells, tastes) Vivid deja[webmd.com] .” — Los Angeles Times “LaPlante show how a brain scar may cause bizarre aggressive or sexual behavior—and works of profound creative imagination.”[amazon.com] attacks.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Anxiety Disorder

    Children with SM scored higher than children with GAD on the CBCL1½-5 withdrawn scale and lower on the attention problems, aggressive behavior, and externalizing problems[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] (PTSD) What is a panic attack?[uhs.umich.edu] Rarely, behavioral adverse effects (eg, aggressiveness, increased suicidality) are severe.[merckmanuals.com]

  • Temporal Lobe Tumor

    I started having reoccuring instances when I would feel an intense deja vu and experience hallucinations, hear voices, but wouldn't remember anything afterwards.[epilepsy.com] behavior towards themselves and/or others.[en.wikipedia.org] […] brain tumors genetics abnormal electrical activity in the brain When a temporal lobe seizure starts to occur, a person may experience sudden, unusual feelings, such as: deja[healthline.com]

  • Focal Onset Impaired Awareness Seizure

    A common symptom is the experience we all know as deja vu, when we are convinced we have been somewhere or witnessed something before.[charge.org.uk] Can cause: Less Common Side Effects behavioral disturbances (aggression, psychosis) TEGRETOL (CARBAMAZEPINE) Can cause Less Common Side Effects With regular Tegretol , a wide[bbbautism.com] Trigeminal neuralgia Cardiac disorders (eg, arrhythmias) Gastrointestinal disorders (see gastroesophageal reflux disease ) Hypoglycemia or other metabolic abnormalities Panic[visualdx.com]

  • Tonic-Clonic Seizure

    vu) Difficulty processing language How long do focal seizures last?[epilepsy.org.uk] Important Safety Information FYCOMPA may cause mental (psychiatric) problems, including: new or worse aggressive behavior (including homicidal behavior), hostility, anger,[fycompa.com] […] part of your body is missing or doesn’t belong to you Feeling or being sick Changes to breathing, heart-rate or skin tone Feeling like what’s happening has happened before (deja[epilepsy.org.uk]

  • Frontal Lobe Neoplasm

    I started having reoccuring instances when I would feel an intense deja vu and experience hallucinations, hear voices, but wouldn't remember anything afterwards.[epilepsy.com] Personality and abrupt emotional changes (aggression, apathy, impulsive behavior), and an overall decline of the functions for which the frontal lobe is crucial - planning[symptoma.com] Grade III and IV tumors are more common in adults, are slightly more common in men and tend to have more aggressive behaviors and growth patterns.[aans.org]

  • Versive Seizure

    Here are a few examples: smell of burning rubber, numbness, nausea, butterflies in the stomach, Deja vu, Jamais vu, feeling of unreality, objects appear larger or smaller[doctorstrizhak.com] ; how engaging in violent behavior makes it easier to for one to aggress again; the evidence for a "genocide-prone" personality; and how perpetrators deceive themselves about[books.google.ro] Clearly under-recognized are hyperventilation episodes, panic attacks, and other psychogenic and psychiatric paroxysmal disorders that may simulate epileptic seizures.[books.google.com]

  • Epilepsy

    Feelings of deja vu may also occur. Causes Many (50-70%) cases of epilepsy have no known cause.[faculty.washington.edu] This group of patients requires a more aggressive treatment, since monotherapy, the first choice scheme, fails to control seizures.[doi.org] attacks.[fda.gov]

  • Postictal State

    They began with deja vu and decreased awareness, followed by staring, and oral and bimanual automatisms.[pediatricneurologybriefs.com] Psychosis includes delusions, auditory and visual hallucinations, mood changes, and aggressive behavior.[doi.org] Clearly under-recognized are hyperventilation episodes, panic attacks, and other psychogenic and psychiatric paroxysmal disorders that may simulate epileptic seizures.[books.google.ro]

  • Generalized Clonic or Tonic-Clonic Seizures

    ., deja vu , disorientation, fear, vertigo , and visual, acoustic, olfactory, or gustatory hallucinations ) Sudden behavioral arrest (e.g., staring without moving) Impaire[amboss.com] Important Safety Information FYCOMPA may cause mental (psychiatric) problems, including: new or worse aggressive behavior (including homicidal behavior), hostility, anger,[fycompa.com] attacks; new or worse irritability; acting on dangerous impulses; other unusual changes in behavior or mood.[fycompa.com]

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