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241 Possible Causes for Anxiety, Vocal Cord Dysfunction

  • Asthma

    He then developed behaviors consistent with generalized anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder.[] Although wheezing is one of the most common symptoms and physical findings in asthma, other causes of wheezing should be kept in mind: vocal cord dysfunction, postnasal drip[] cord dysfunction.[]

  • Allergic Asthma

    Symptoms include: Being out of breath, even when you’re not moving, and feeling exhausted and confused Persistent cough and wheezing associated with shortness of breath Anxiety[] Vocal cord dysfunction is characterized by full or partial closure of the vocal cords.[] Severe episodes generally manifest with a continuous cough, a very high breathing rate, pain or pressure in the chest, inability to talk, anxiety or panic, bluish discoloration[]

  • Hyperventilation

    Sometimes, however, a child will have an anxiety disorder that causes a much more serious reaction to everyday stressors.[] It is an umbrella term that encompasses hyperventilation syndrome and vocal cord dysfunction. Dysfunctional breathing affects 10% of the general population.[] The fear of arousal sensations characterizes some anxiety disorders and is a core feature of an established risk factor for anxiety and related disorders (i.e. anxiety sensitivity[]

  • Williams Syndrome

    Estimated rates of anxiety disorders in WS were high.[] Vaux et al. (2003) suggest that vocal cord dysfunction caused by abnormal vocal fold elastin may be the cause of hoarse voice in this condition.[] Aberrations in the anatomical and microstructural integrity of the uncinate fasciculus (UF) have been recently implicated in social and generalized anxiety disorders.[]

  • Vocal Cord Dysfunction

    […] and anxiety attacks.[] Vocal cord dysfunction involves inappropriate vocal cord motion that produces partial airway obstruction.[] Common etiologies with VCD onset during deployment are anxiety/stress, exercise, or combination of factors.[]

  • Eosinophilic Fasciitis

    Twenty-eight patients (38%) were at risk of depression or anxiety.[] He has severe asthma, exercise induced asthma, bronchiectasis, arytenoid prolapse, laryngomalacia, vocal cord dysfunction, and small volume lung aspiration.[] Even though there was no scientific proof, some people claimed L-tryptophan could successfully treat depression, anxiety, premenstrual syndrome, and insomnia.[]

  • Kommerell Diverticulum

    […] cystic fibrosis or reflux in case of cough, vocal cord dysfunction, partial airway obstruction or by a mass, foreign body aspiration or from airway malacia; hyperventilation, anxiety[] These symptoms are also present in a number of condition including post nasal drip, cystic fibrosis or reflux in case of cough, vocal cord dysfunction, partial airway obstruction[]

  • Respiration Disorder

    disorders are excluded.[] Keywords Anxiety Asthma Dyspnea Habit cough Hyperventilation Somatoform disorders Vocal cord dysfunction References 1. Fink P, Rosendal M.[] Educational sessions should focus on dietary counseling and the health benefits of weight loss, the rationale for and benefits of CPAP and BiPAP, anxiety management, coping[]

  • Toxic Nodular Goiter

    This case report illustrates the disabling symptoms of anxiety and depression that can accompany a toxic nodular goiter, and underscores the importance of both accurate psychiatric[] Compression or invasion of the recurrent laryngeal nerve by a goiter or thyroid malignancy results in vocal cord dysfunction.[1,2] Iodine intake Iodine deficiency can be the[] , Emotional Susceptibility, Impaired Daily Life), while moderate effects were seen in two ThyPRO scales in toxic nodular goiter (Anxiety, Overall HRQoL).[]

  • Linezolid

    Medicines used to treat anxiety disorders, such as buspirone. Medicines that stop blood clotting, such as warfarin.[] A 24-year-old woman with vocal cord dysfunction requiring tracheostomy was admitted for a surgical wound infection following a tracheostomy fistula closure procedure.[] Adverse reactions CNS: anxiety, confusion, difficulty speaking, dizziness, hallucinations, lethargy, paresthesia, light-headedness, fatigue, drowsiness, headache, seizures[]

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