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23 Possible Causes for Agitation, Leg Cramp, Wide Pulse Pressure

  • Graves Disease

    […] movements shaking of hands muscle weakness and loss of muscle bulk swelling of nail beds a feeling of thirst and frequent urination difficulty in sleeping, restlessness, agitation[] Therapists should be aware of these signs and symptoms of Thyroid Storm: Severe tachycardia with heart failure Hyperurthemia (up to 105 degrees) Reselessness and agitation[] People with hyperthyroidism may experience behavioral and personality changes, including: psychosis, mania, anxiety, agitation, and depression.[]

  • Iron Deficiency Anemia

    […] during periods of inactivity (restless legs syndrome) Leg cramps Craving nonfood items (pica) or ice to suck or chew on Pale lips, inner eyelids, and the inside of your mouth[] Signs and symptoms Patients with iron deficiency anemia may report the following: Fatigue and diminished capability to perform hard labor Leg cramps on climbing stairs Craving[] Other symptoms include: Shortness of breath Dizziness Headache Pale complexion Palpitations Chest pain Irritability or poor concentration An unpleasant urge to move your legs[]

  • Heat Stroke

    If they're able to articulate themselves, they may also complain of leg or stomach cramps.[] He was responsive to pain, agitated, diaphoretic, and unable to walk.[] If he's old enough, he may complain of leg or stomach cramps.[]

  • Substance Withdrawal Syndrome

    The syndrome is characterized by rhinorrhea, sneezing, yawning, lacrimation, abdominal cramping, leg cramping, piloerection (gooseflesh), nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, mydriasis[] Withdrawal from Opiates such as Heroin and Morphine similarly involves physiologic symptoms and signs — diarrhea, gooseflesh, changes in pulse and blood pressure, muscle cramps[] Twelve to 24 hours after cessation, the condition may progress to such major symptoms as confusion, hallucinations (with awareness of reality), tremor, agitation, and similar[]

  • Barbiturate Withdrawal

    The acute symptoms such as stomach and leg cramps, convulsive or manic states are completely controlled.[] Withdrawal from Opiates such as Heroin and Morphine similarly involves physiologic symptoms and signs — diarrhea, gooseflesh, changes in pulse and blood pressure, muscle cramps[] […] barbiturate withdrawal are the following: Reduction or cessation of use of sedative Two or more of the following symptoms: autonomic hyperactivity, insomnia, nausea, psychomotor agitation[]

  • Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome

    The patient presented the next day with auditory and visual hallucinations, dizziness, tremor, diaphoresis, leg cramping, and unsteadiness.[] The autonomic instability may manifest as tachycardia, a labile blood pressure, and/or a wide pulse pressure.[] All patients with psychosis should be monitored daily for dehydration and elevated temperature, have vital signs checked and agitation should be watched for.[]

  • Hypertension

    Sometimes, diuretics deplete potassium levels as well, which can lead to muscle weakness, leg cramps, and tiredness.[] In contrast, diastolic pseudohypertension, representing wide pulse pressure ISH, is associated with calcification of the aorta and is accompanied by significantly increased[] Hypertensive urgencies frequently present with headache (22%), epistaxis (17%), faintness, and psychomotor agitation (10%) and hypertensive emergencies frequently present[]

  • Lower Extremity Arteriosclerosis

    Irritability Occasional fright palpitations Urinary difficulty Constipation Delirious speech Insomnia Subcardiac distention Palpitations at the abdomen Melancholia Fear Agitation[] Intermittent claudication refers to arm or leg pain or cramping in the arms or legs that occurs with exercise and goes away with rest.[] Figure5: Peripheralart Pulse-volume recording waveforms.[]

  • Wernicke Encephalopathy

    […] pains in the legs, and plantar dysesthesias.[] No laboratory findings or drugs explaining her agitation were identified.[] […] abnormality is nystagmus, not abducens (Cranial Nerve VI) ophthalmoplegia. [5] Encephalopathy is characterized by a global confusional state, disinterest, inattentiveness, or agitation[]

  • Hashitoxicosis

    cramps; menstrual irregularities; fever; sweating; heat sensitivity ( ).[] You may see a wide or high pulse pressure. Pulse pressure is normally around 40mmHg. Eg: 120/80 40, enlarged thyroid gland, exophthalmos (protruding eyes).[] Mood swings Affected patients may easily get agitated and feel stressed and impatient. Insomnia Hyperthyroidism can cause sleeplessness in some patients.[]

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