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4,263 Possible Causes for Anxiety, Rigor

  • Acute Amphetamine Intoxication

    Overdose can also cause stroke (usually hemorrhagic), seizures, muscle rigidity, and hyperthermia ( 40 C); all of these effects may precipitate rhabdomyolysis, which can lead[] […] constriction (pinpoint pupils) seizures (overdose is life-threatening) for heroin use, look for track marks (needle injections) treatment pharmacologic Withdrawal presentation anxiety[] […] non-cardiogenic pulmonary oedema / ARDS GIT hepatitis, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, GIT ischaemia metabolic hyperkalaemia (suggests PMA) hypoglycaemia other hyperthermia, muscle[]

  • Alcohol Withdrawal

    Anticonvulsants seem to have limited side effects, although adverse effects are not rigorously reported in the analysed trials.[] […] with that anxiety.[] The type of seizure that occurs — known as a grand mal or generalized tonic-clonic seizure — produces indicators such as: Full-body muscle rigidity Loss of bowel and bladder[]

  • Hyperthyroidism

    Some investigators suggest that the upper limit of normal for serum TSH concentration should be 2.5 mIU/L 11 in a population rigorously screened to exclude thyroid disease[] Even if an overactive hormone is causing that anxiety, it is still anxiety nonetheless.[] Many patients with hyperthyroidism suffer from anxiety syndromes, 8 - 10 including generalized anxiety disorder and social phobia ( Table 1 ).[]

  • Crack Ingestion

    Binge use of the drug can cause adverse effects, such as anxiety, irritability, and restlessness.[] rigidity, or hyperactivity Seizures usually brief and self-limited Coma resulting from intracranial hemorrhage, post-ictal state, or hyperthermia Respiratory Pulmonary edema[] Later, doctors were prescribing cocaine to treat depression, anxiety, and other mental issues. Commercial uses of cocaine were occurring then too.[]

  • Heroin Withdrawal

    Heroin addiction and anxiety disorders often go hand in hand , and anxiety can lead to an increased need for the drug.[] None of them have gone through rigorous testing for safety or efficacy. It’s important to keep your mind occupied and engaged.[] Anxiety/agitation. Withdrawal can also aggravate anxiety disorders, such as panic disorder. Medical conditions.[]

  • Cocaine Abuse

    These programs may last for several months or even longer, and they may be as intensive as inpatient treatment or less rigorous, depending on the needs of the addict.[] Most prevalent were mood and anxiety disorders. Almost half (49.6%) had a personality disorder. Most of them (94.9%) had other substance use disorders.[] Some of the most commonly noted mental health disorders known to occur with cocaine use disorder include: Other substance use disorders Bipolar disorder Anxiety disorders[]

  • Barbiturate Withdrawal

    First seen in medical use in the early 1900’s, the use of barbiturates were popular to treat anxiety disorders, seizure disorders, and insomnia.[] Some of the most common disorders are bipolar disorder, depressive disorders, conduct disorder, anxiety disorders, alcoholism and substance abuse.[] Anxiety. Depression.[]

  • Alcohol Withdrawal Delirium

    Alcohol intoxication delirium Alcohol withdrawal hallucinosis Delirium tremens Clinical Information Acute alcoholic, psychotic condition characterized by intense tremors, anxiety[] The type of seizure that occurs — known as a grand mal or generalized tonic-clonic seizure — produces indicators such as: Full-body muscle rigidity Loss of bowel and bladder[] The presence of some co-occurring mental disorders may intensify symptoms like fear and anxiety and cause aggressive behavior.[]

  • Stiff-Person Syndrome

    anxiety disorder (GAD), and phobic disorders.[] Muscle rigidity is also known as muscle tension, rigor, or stiffness. What Causes Muscle Rigidity? There are muscles all over your body.[] More than 60% of SPS patients have a comorbid psychiatric disorder. 3 Anxiety disorders—generalized anxiety disorder, agoraphobia, and panic disorder—major depression, and[]

  • Graves Disease

    Definition of Graves' disease : a common form of hyperthyroidism that is an autoimmune disease characterized by goiter, rapid and irregular heartbeat, weight loss, irritability, anxiety[] Anemarrhena Bunge has been used in many herbal decoctions for patients who had hyperthyroidism-like symptoms, such as sweating, heat intolerance, and anxiety.[] Other symptoms associated with the disease are goitre, ophthalmopathy, and psychiatric manifestations such as mood and anxiety disorders and, sometimes, cognitive dysfunction[]

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