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297 Possible Causes for Anger, Hallucinations, Hyponatremia

  • Adrenal Insufficiency

    Worry, fear, anger and resentment tend to increase the stress response.[] A 60-year-old woman with a past medical history of Cushing's syndrome developed hyponatremia with symptoms of acute glucocorticoid deficiency, such as prolonged general fatigue[] In the fourth day of treatment with intravenous Hydrocortisone (up to 400mg/24 hours) there occurred acute psychosis with hallucinations, delusions and life-threatening behaviours[]

  • Ecstasy

    Fourteen ecstasy users and 12 non-using controls underwent fMRI to measure the regional neural activity elicited in the amygdala by male or female faces expressing anger,[] ., hyponatremia).[] Ecstasy is a stimulant drug that can cause hallucinations. It is known as a designer drug because it is created for the purpose of making someone feel high.[]

  • Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic Hormone Secretion

    In severe cases, symptoms can include: Nausea or vomiting Cramps or tremors Depressed mood Irritability Memory problems Personality changes, such as anger and confusion Hallucinations[] Hyponatremia is prevalent in hospitalized patients and predicts a poor prognosis.[] […] cases of SIADH, may include: Nausea or vomiting Cramps or tremors Depressed mood,memory impairment Irritability Personality changes, such as combativeness, confusion, and hallucinations[]

  • Neurosarcoidosis

    Right now we deal with seizures, anger out bursts, confusdion, memory loss , vision loss @ddade19 I have Neurosarcoid and I have been treated with predisone, and remecade![] Hyponatremia, although being quite rare, has been found in some patients with sarcoidosis.[] The Charles Bonnet syndrome (CBS) refers to lucid and complex visual hallucinations in cognitively normal patients with acquired vision loss.[]

  • Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy

    ., and Angers, France. Clinical and electrophysiological records were analysed.[] Hyponatremia is one of the commonest electrolyte abnormality. Various neurological conditions including Guillain Barre syndrome could precipitate it.[] Before his hospitalization, he had experienced cognitive function decline; ptosis, inward gaze, and vertical gaze palsy in the right eye; and occasional visual hallucinations[]

  • Locked-in Syndrome

    In the accounts I've read of locked-in syndrome, anger is a common thread.[] Multiple sclerosis, Damage to nerve cells, particularly destruction of the myelin sheath, caused by disease or central pontine myelinolysis secondary to rapid correction of hyponatremia[] He was plunged into a coma and experienced terrifying, hellish hallucinations.[]

  • Intoxication

    We investigated the effects of high-dose alcohol intoxication on the ability to perceive a range of basic emotions (sad, happy, anger, disgust, fear, and surprise) of different[] Symptoms and Treatment The warning signs of hyponatremia look a lot like the symptoms of heatstroke and exhaustion.[] Diphenidine is a dissociative drug that shows several psychotropic effects including euphoria, shifts in perception of reality, hallucinations, and transient anterograde amnesia[]

  • Amantadine

    Anger and aggression were measured at treatment days 0, 28, and 60 using observer-rated and participant-rated State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory-2 (STAXI-2) and Neuropsychiatric[] A 66-year-old woman, diagnosed with Parkinson disease, developed asthenia, anorexia, weight loss, lethargy and feeling of muscle weakness, and severe hyponatremia, with diagnostic[] All had a history of varying degrees of dementia and transient hallucinations in the past.[]

  • Premenstrual Syndrome

    The higher the anger level, the higher the risk was to suffer from both PMS and PMDD.[] A small number of volunteers presented hypocalemia (1,4%), hyponatremia (4,22%) and hypernatremia (7,04%).[] […] of menstruation; (iii) recurrent perimenstrual erythematous and edematous skin plaques; (iv) hypomanic or manic state 2-3 days before onset of menstruation; (v) auditory hallucinations[]

  • Primary Central Nervous System Lymphoma

    Instead, he was concerned about recent, disturbing personality changes he had observed in her — including uncharacteristic anger toward a friend attending that night’s celebration[] Rare side effects include tissue damage when the drug leaks outside of blood vessel, hyponatremia, permanent nerve damage.[] Her mental status improved a little and she was discharged from hospital after neuroprotective treatment. 10 days after her discharge, her confusion appeared again with hallucination[]

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