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88 Possible Causes for Aversion to Drinking

  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    […] conditioning naltrexone decreases desire to drink gabapentin topiramate also an anti-seizure and anti-migraine medication Prognosis, Prevention, and Complications Complications[] […] aggression or psychosis intubation - if airway loss is concern withdrawal long-acting benzodiazepines with taper addiction disulfiram inhibits acetaldehyde dehydrogenase aversive[]

  • Alcohol Abuse

    "The drugs that are available to treat alcohol use disorder either came from opioids or other drugs that make you have an aversive effect if you drink, and each of them has[] […] effects of alcohol has been shown to be a potent risk factor for the development of alcoholism. 125 Consequently, adolescent drinking may be especially risky because (1)[] […] of ethanol 120 ; they also are less sensitive to the sedating effects of alcohol. 121 This reduced sensitivity may be further decreased by typical patterns of adolescent drinking[]

  • Stomatitis

    The pain can also interfere with the patient’s ability to eat and drink which can lead to weight loss in already frail patients and required initiation of total parenteral[] Unfortunately, opioid analgesics are not always effective in managing the pain and are associated with aversive side effects such as constipation and a decrease in alertness[]

  • Cholelithiasis

    Scanty, concentrated urine Aversion to cigarette smoke T: Flabby C: Thick and yellow or Whitish and greasy P: Soggy and moderate or Wiry and slippery Treatment Principle[] Heat greater than Dampness : Maybe Yang jaundice (sclera, mucosal membranes and skin bright orange-yellow) Fever or Alternating fever and chills Thirst with a desire to drink[] […] cold fluids An uncomfortable, burning sensation in the chest and epigastrium Concentrated, scanty urination Constipation or Loose stools Nausea Vomiting Aversion to cigarette[]

  • Overdose

    The term refers to any of several forms of treatment of alcohol or other drug dependence directed toward establishing a conditioned aversion to the sight, smell, taste, or[] Generally the stimulus is a nauseant drug, such as emetine or apomorphine, administered just before an alcoholic drink, so that immediate vomiting occurs and absorption of[] Other stimuli involve an electric shock given in association with an alcoholic drink or with visual suggestions of drinking (bottles, advertisements), administration of a[]

  • Alcohol Withdrawal Seizures

    Alcohol can cause seizures in a variety of different ways; binge drinking, alcohol withdrawals and averse reactions to drink ingredients can all put you at increased risk[]

  • Drug Dependence

    Brain mitochondrial aldehyde dehydrogenase: relation to acetaldehyde aversion in low-alcohol-drinking (UChA) and high-alcohol-drinking (UChB) rats.[] […] for a particular family, (b) genetic factors that help to determine the extent to which drinking alcohol is pleasurable or aversive, or (c) the interaction between environmental[] Acetaldehyde-reinforcing effects: differences in low-alcohol-drinking (UChA) and high-alcohol-drinking (UChB) rats. Alcohol 31 : 63–69.[]

  • Hyoscyamus Niger Poisoning

    Aversion: drinks, water. Food : eating. Sleep: intense sleepless; wakes frightened. Physical: hearing running water; stooping; touch, motion, sitting, lying down.[] Stomach; aversion to certain foods or drinks; all drinks aversion to certain foods or drinks; water Eructation Hiccough, eructations empty, bitter Nausea Nausea, with vertigo[] -Aversion to water. -Thirst but drinks little at a time, drinking causes spasms. -Cramps in stomach after irritating food after vomiting.[]

  • Purpura

    Abdominal pain Purpura Dryness Irritability Restlessness Feverish body parts Red face Dry stools No constipation No aversion to Cold T: Red, dry C: Dry yellow P: Rolling[] […] than 3 mm, and echymoses greater than 1 cm Treatment Principle Herb Formulas Points Clinical Manifestations High fever Profuse perspiration Great thirst with a desire to drink[]

  • Hysterical Neurosis

    […] to drinking.[] […] of the case, written some twelve years later, Breuer treated the story which Anna O. had related in a trance as a true account of an incident which had given rise to her aversion[]

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