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60 Possible Causes for Amphetamine, Claustrophobia, Cocaine Abuse

  • Panic Attacks

    […] as causes of panic attack: Hyperthyroidism Hypoglycemia Medication withdrawal Overuse of stimulants, such as caffeine Use of illicit stimulant drugs, such as cocaine and amphetamines[] The fourth and final section offers practical tips and techniques for overcoming 5 common phobias - claustrophobia, social phobia, and the fears of flying, driving, and public[] Substance Abuse: About 30% of people with panic disorder use alcohol and 17% abuse drugs, such as cocaine and marijuana, in unsuccessful attempts to alleviate the distress[]

  • Anxiety Disorder

    Anxiety symptoms can result from intoxication on alcohol, amphetamines (and related substances), caffeine, cannabis (marijuana), cocaine, hallucinogens, inhalants, phencyclidine[] Excessive fear of certain situations or things, such as heights (acrophobia), crowds (agoraphobia), confinement in close quarters (claustrophobia), or spiders (arachnophobia[] Amphetamines, cocaine, LSD, Ecstasy and other substances can cause symptoms of anxiety.[]

  • Organic Delusional Disorder

    DSM-III, a state marked by the occurrence of significant delusions, generally possessing a persecutory foundation, which are generated most frequently by compounds like amphetamines[] […] mention of panic attacks 300.23 Social phobia Fear of: eating in public public speaking washing in public 300.29 Other isolated or simple phobias Acrophobia Animal phobias Claustrophobia[] Cocaine abuse and delusions of parasitosis. Cutis. 1988; 42(4):273–274. 6. Marschall MA, Dolezal RF, Cohen M, Marschall SF.[]

  • Abruptio Placentae

    […] out into the placenta Risk factors for placental abruption Placental adruption is more likely if the mother: had a previous placental abruption is a smoker is a cocaine or amphetamine[] MR imaging was not performed in three of the 63 patients (5%) owing to claustrophobia.[] These data add to the accumulating evidence that cocaine abuse is associated with increased obstetric morbidity, but do not support the belief that cocaine shortens labor.[]

  • Neurotic Disorder

    Drugs and other substances: Anxiety can be caused due to the usage of certain drugs like amphetamines, certain over-the-counter medicines, tranquilizers, steroids, contraceptive[] […] specified situation or object to a wider range of circumstances, it becomes akin to or identical with anxiety state, and should be classified as such (300.0) Agoraphobia Claustrophobia[] Alternatives Caffeine or amphetamine/cocaine intoxication can resemble an anxiety disorder.[]

  • Alcoholic Amnestic Disorder

    Amphetamine Use Disorders: Amphetamine Dependence Amphetamine Abuse Amphetamine-Induced Disorders: Amphetamine-Induced Anxiety Disorder Amphetamine-Induced Mood Disorder Amphetamine-Induced[] […] mention of panic attacks 300.23 Social phobia Fear of: eating in public public speaking washing in public 300.29 Other isolated or specific phobias Acrophobia Animal phobias Claustrophobia[] Stimulant Drugs, such as amphetamines and cocaine, create temporary,sharp spikes in dopamine in the brain.[]

  • Berry Aneurysm

    Causes associated with a cerebral aneurysm include; infection (Matfin, 2009), hypertension, family history, amphetamine use, trauma, smoking, several genetic determinants[] So, you will not be able to have an MRA if you have a pacemaker or other metal objects in your body, or if you have claustrophobia.[] Risk Factors Gene ral risk factors Age over 50 years More common in women Tobacco abuse Cocaine Abuse Head Trauma Intracranial neoplasm Hypertension Alcohol use Oral Contraceptive[]

  • Stroke

    The rate of strokes also increased, particularly among amphetamine abusers.[] Claustrophobia with related discomfiture was a significant problem in the monoplace vessels used in all trials for both arms.[] To test the hypothesis that young adults who abuse amphetamines or cocaine are at a higher risk of stroke.[]

  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

    The use of amphetamines, such as cocaine, is known to increase parafunctional activity such as teeth clenching and grinding.[] MRI has the problem of artefacts caused by metal or body motion and is also incompatible for patients with claustrophobia.[] They include: Tension headaches Giant cell arteritis A broken jaw Trismus Cocaine abuse Meniere's disease and more Can orthodontic patients wearing braces also wear an oral[]

  • Hysterical Neurosis

    Dependence 520 Epidemiology of Abuse 521 Treatment of Clinical Syndromes 522 Barbiturate Abuse and Dependence 523 Epidemiology of Abuse 524 Cocaine and Other Stimulant Abuse 525 Amphetamine[] ) prison neurosis chronophobia occurring in prisoners having trouble adjusting to a long prison sentence, characterized by feelings of restlessness, panic, anxiety, and claustrophobia[] Abreaction brought about by hypnosis or by intravenous injections of small amounts of amyls barbitone with or without amphetamine may produce a dramatic, if short-lived, recovery[]