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3,361 Possible Causes for Choking, Predisposition to UV Induced Malignancies, Screaming

  • Breath-Holding Spell

    The child may then gasp and start crying or screaming. Or, he or she may even lose consciousness and start breathing again.[mhealth.org] Choking – while choking can be a life-threatening emergency, most episodes of choking aren’t.[keepkidshealthy.com] Some attacks result from hyperactive normal reflexes, such as slowing of the heart rate when the eyes are rubbed, or when the child tries to breathe or scream against a closed[epilepsy.com]

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  • Panic Attacks

    ., tinnitus, neck soreness, headache, uncontrollable screaming or crying) are not linked to panic attacks and should not count as one of the four required symptoms.[psychcentral.com] […] palpitations, chest pain (or chest tightness), sweating, nausea, dizziness (or slight vertigo), hyperventilation, paresthesias (tingling sensations), vomiting, and sensations of choking[sciencedaily.com] I tried to play it cool—I was in a crowded room full of coworkers and didn’t exactly want to run around screaming.[self.com]

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  • Phobia

    If seeing a spider makes you scream and jump on top of a table, then you might suffer from a phobia.[vocabulary.com] We present a clinical case of choking phobia in a 32-year-old male patient after an episode of choke when eating chicken.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] I don’t run away screaming but it gives me a general level of the creeps that I have to think about it to not let it bother me.’[spectator.co.uk]

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  • Parasomnia Type Sleepwalking

    Sleep terrors are like severe nightmares but with intense fear often accompanied by screaming and fighting.[medicinenet.com] Several awakenings during the course of a night usually occur, sometimes accompanied by gasps or choking sounds.[schoolworkhelper.net] They include sleep walking, becoming violent during sleep, fighting in sleep, or fearful screaming. Contact Dr.[sleepandattentiondisorders.com]

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  • Larynx Polyp

    Talking too much, screaming, constantly clearing your throat, or smoking can make you hoarse.[icdlist.com] The vocal cords close to prevent food from choking you during swallowing. The vocal cords are the part of the larynx that actually produce the sound of your voice.[berksent.com] Vocal cord cysts and polyps are not cancerous and are known to be exacerbated by excessive voice use (singing, cheerleading, teachers, yelling, screaming, etc).[fauquierent.net]

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  • Congenital Laryngomalacia

    Nodules may develop after strenuous vocal activity, such as shouting, screaming, or repetitive coughing.[medicalnewstoday.com] Other symptoms may include: difficulty feeding poor weight gain choking while feeding apnea (pauses in breathing) pulling in neck and chest with each breath cyanosis (blue[childrenshospital.org] […] baby has an upper respiratory infection, like a cough or cold Other symptoms of more severe congenital laryngeal stridor can include: Difficulty feeding Poor weight gain Choking[cooperhealth.org]

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  • Sleep Paralysis

    Sleep paralysis is not to be confused with “night terrors” where an individual will awaken and sit bolt upright in a panic, often screaming and flailing their arms wildly,[thoughtcatalog.com] They may feel pressure or a sense of choking. Typically, this phenomenon is a symptom of narcolepsy.[nssleep.com] You stare at the blood, the jagged wound in her throat, her wide, staring eyes, mouth opened in soundless scream. You survived your Old Hag Syndrome. She didn’t.[creepypasta.wikia.com]

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  • Laryngeal Disease

    Vocal cord hemorrhage: A sudden loss of voice, usually due to screaming, shouting, or other strenuous vocal tasks.[azvent.com] When eating or drinking, for instance, liquids or food can go into your child’s lungs, which can make him or her inhale deeply and sometimes choke.[childrenshospital.org] The vocal cords close to prevent food from choking you during swallowing. The vocal cords are the part of the larynx that actually produce the sound of your voice.[berksent.com]

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  • Vocal Cord Paralysis

    When the band kicked in, I just felt like screaming. It was a spontaneous moment; it wasn't me calling attention to myself.[musicradar.com] Even though skin tightness improved after immunosuppressive treatment, several spontaneous facial fractures and episodes of dysphagia and choking occurred in the years that[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] In extreme cases, the resultant choking can lead to death.[medicalnewstoday.com]

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  • Asphyxia

    As the screaming continued (for 15 minutes or more, uninterrupted), I packed my bag in the pitch black. Soon after, cop cars swarmed the parking lot.[shortoftheweek.com] When a death is due to choking, one must consider what conditions contributed to or predisposed the person to choking (eg. alcohol, drugs and physical and mental impairments[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] He screamed “I can’t breath”, before becoming limp and vomiting. The 26-year-old couldn’t be resuscitated, a coronial inquest into his death heard earlier this year.[theguardian.com]

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