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18 Possible Causes for Agitation, Dysacusis

  • Alcohol Withdrawal Delirium

    CONCLUSIONS: Control of agitation should be achieved using parenteral rapid-acting sedative-hypnotic agents that are cross-tolerant with alcohol.[] Most persons exhibit severe memory disturbance, agitation, anorexia, and hallucinations.[] Clinical characteristics include CONFUSION; DELUSIONS; vivid HALLUCINATIONS; TREMOR; agitation; insomnia; and signs of autonomic hyperactivity (e.g., elevated blood pressure[]

  • Salicylate Poisoning

    Late signs are fever, agitation, or conversely, lethargy, convulsions, and stupor.[] More severe poisoning can lead to delirium, agitation and convulsions.[] […] vomiting Tinnitus Diaphoresis or sweating Other Early Sypmtoms Tachycardia Vertigo Hyperventilation Hyperactivity Symptoms occurring as the toxicity or poisoning progresses: Agitation[]

  • Hallucinogen Delusional Disorder

    They feel guilty, tense, agitated, have trouble sleeping,and think they have destroyed their brains forever.[] She states in an agitated tone that she wasn't trespassing because Mr. K "is in love with her" and "asked her to come over that night."[] Withdrawal results in agitation, severe body aches, gastrointestinal symptoms, dysphoria, and craving to use more opioids.[]

  • Phencyclidine Intoxication

    The prevalent clinical signs and symptoms were the following: retrograde amnesia, nystagmus, hypertension, and psychomotor agitation.[] Although diazepam [13], haloperidol [14, 15], and chlorpromazine [16] have been reported to improve the agitation and psychotic symptoms caused by PCP, the therapeutic efficacy[] The incidence of violence was 35%; bizarre behavior, 29%; and agitation, 34%.[]

  • Lysergic Acid Diethylamide Poisoning

    […] phenylcyclidine) intoxication will present with similar symptoms as the ones for LSD and/or hallucinogenic mushrooms, but in addition to those symptoms you will see a patient with agitation[] […] after he had been observed in the public banging his head repeatedly against a tree and tearing out his testes and then putting them into his mouth in a state of vigorous agitation[] For acute intoxication, supportive measures and relief of anxiety and agitation For persistent psychosis, psychiatric care A quiet, calming environment with reassurance that[]

  • Hallucinogen Affective Disorder

    Withdrawal results in agitation, severe body aches, gastrointestinal symptoms, dysphoria, and craving to use more opioids.[] People can experience any combination of the following symptoms, such as: Changes in weight (usually weight gain) Fatigue An inability to concentrate or focus Irritability Agitation[] Such extremes, known as behavior toxicity, may lead to a level of heightened agitation brought on by hallucinations.[]

  • Hallucinogen Hallucinosis

    During the next 3 days, Martha was intensely depressed and agitated.[] Drug use and excessive alcohol use - which some agitated and anxious people turn to for relief - are warning signs for suicide, says Dr. Clayton.[] […] crawling insects are common. 18 Hallucinations due to drug intoxication or withdrawal generally vary in duration from brief to continuous; such experiences often contribute to agitation[]

  • Hallucinogen Abuse

    The dangers of hallucinogenic drugs include: Panic and anxiety Fear Increased heart rate Increased blood pressure Disturbing hallucinations Violence or agitated behavior Delusions[] Aggressiveness Violent behavior Anxiety Confusion Agitation Mixed senses “‘Seeing’ sound or ‘hearing’ colors” (NIDA 2) “Poor perception of time and distance” (DOI) Panic,[] Antipsychotics and/or temporary restraints may be necessary for severe agitation.[]

  • Addison's Disease

    Abstract We report the case of a 70-year-old man with Addison's disease who developed severe agitated depression resulting in life-threatening medical conditions.[]

  • Hallucinogen

    […] perception, including visual, auditory, body, time and space; disorganised thoughts, confusion and difficulty concentrating, thinking or maintaining attention; anxiety, agitation[] Fluttering and uncontrolled eye movement Blurred vision Loss of coordination Rapid heart rate Altered states of consciousness Stupor Elevated blood pressure and body temperature Agitation[] PCP was originally used as an anesthetic for humans, but too many people became irrational, delusional and agitated from its use.[]

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