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11 Possible Causes for Apathy, Nocturnal Leg Cramp, Slow Speech

  • Hypoglycemia

    Feeling of numbness, pins and needles (paresthesia) Negativism, irritability, belligerence, combativeness, rage Personality change, emotional lability Fatigue, weakness, apathy[] speech Convulsions Unconsciousness Treatment Immediately eat or drink something containing "quick acting" sugar.[] Nervousness Hunger Dizziness Faintness Pounding heart Personality change Confused thinking Impatience Crankiness Numbness of lips and tongue Headache Blurred Vision Slurred or slow[]

  • Parkinson's Disease

    Apathy was identified in 31.6%; apathy without depression was present in 33.3% of patients.[] […] blinking Difficulty swallowing Drooling Slowed, quieter speech and monotone voice No expression in your face (like you are wearing a mask) Movement problems may include:[] Apathy was examined by the self-report version of Starkstein Apathy Scale and fatigue was evaluated with the Parkinson's Disease Fatigue Scale.[]

  • Insulinoma

    Neuroglycopenic symptoms include dizziness, confusion, apathy, amnesia, personality and behavioral changes, visual disturbances, seizure, and coma. 2 The diagnosis of insulinoma[]

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

    These patients and their carer/spouse were asked to report any history of abulia-apathy, hallucination, personality change and other variety of symptoms.[] Symptoms of ALS include progressive muscle weakness beginning in the limbs, muscle twitching and cramping, slowed speech becoming progressively harder to understand, difficulty[] FDA bans quinine for nocturnal leg cramps. Drug Utilization Rev. 1995; Oct:150. 26. Moss AH, Casey P, Stocking CB, Roos RP, Brooks BR, Siegler M.[]

  • Dementia with Lewy Bodies

    In AD patients, depression was significantly associated with premorbid neuroticism, and agitation, apathy, and irritability with premorbid agreeableness.[] speech and long, frequent word-finding pauses.[] Sleep disorders including rapid eye movement sleep disorder, restless legs syndrome, nocturnal cramps. Fainting spells.[]

  • Lyme Meningoencephalitis

    Symptoms of postencephalistic syndrome may include : A general malaise or sense of apathy Irritability, irritation Learning difficulties and struggling to hold the scholar[] speech, Low volume, Monotone, Difficulty speaking Loss of fine motor skills, Difficulty writing, may be small and illegible, Difficulty eating, Difficulty with any activity[] Neurosyphilis is known to be associated with memory problems, depression, mania, psychosis, and personality changes, such as irritability, emotional lability, and apathy ([]

  • Sleep Deprivation

    Fear of urinary incontinence associated with nocturia and urgency caused the patient to deprive himself of sleep, resulting in slowed mentation and apathy that was diagnosed[] leg jerks or cramps, and nocturnal joint pain.[] […] reaction times, slurred speech, weight loss or gain, constant yawning...[]

  • Manganese Poisoning

    The progression of manganism includes: Behavioral Changes - Symptoms include fatigue, headache, muscle cramps, loss of appetite, apathy, insomnia, and diminished libido.[] Brain damage occurs, resulting in rigidity of the muscles with loss of facial expression, slowness of movement, speech impairment, and delusions, hallucinations and compulsive[] Chronic symptoms of Exposure: Sleepiness, weakness in legs, muscular twitchings, nocturnal leg cramps, slowness of speech, languor.[]

  • Adult Primary Lateral Sclerosis

    Specific medicines have been found to be helpful to treat the agitation, apathy and depression commonly seen in FTLD.[] Swallowing Slowed down progression and more Our Promise We believe that there is always hope and that patients deserve access to effective and safe treatments.[] FDA bans quinine for nocturnal leg cramps. Drug Utilization Rev. 1995; Oct:150. 26. Moss AH, Casey P, Stocking CB, Roos RP, Brooks BR, Siegler M.[]

  • Cystic Fibrosis - Gastritis - Megaloblastic Anemia Syndrome

    Pantothenic acid deficiency This manifests as painful burning paresthesias in the feet, ataxia, and hyperreflexia, followed by weakness, fatigue, apathy, and psychiatric disturbances[] A number of movement problems are also associated with the disease, as are rigid or stiff muscles, low blood pressure, stooped position, and slowed, or monotone speech.[] Leg Cramps Noise Sensitivity Non-Hormonal Interventions for Hot Flashes Non-Hormonal Ways to Cope with Hot Flashes & Menopause Nonspecific interstitial pneumonia (NSIP) Nosebleed[]