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26 Possible Causes for Claustrophobia, Cocaine Abuse, Emotional Lability

  • Anxiety Disorder

    Excessive fear of certain situations or things, such as heights (acrophobia), crowds (agoraphobia), confinement in close quarters (claustrophobia), or spiders (arachnophobia[] Amphetamines, cocaine, LSD, Ecstasy and other substances can cause symptoms of anxiety.[] Anxiety is the main symptom of several conditions, including: panic disorder phobias , such as agoraphobia or claustrophobia post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) social anxiety[]

  • Neurotic Disorder

    Psychic disorder – it occurs as psychogenous amnesia (F44.0), hysteric illusion and hallucination, emotional lability, and are accompanied by crick, loud cry etc.[] […] specified situation or object to a wider range of circumstances, it becomes akin to or identical with anxiety state, and should be classified as such (300.0) Agoraphobia Claustrophobia[] Alternatives Caffeine or amphetamine/cocaine intoxication can resemble an anxiety disorder.[]

  • Mixed Anxiety and Depressive Disorder

    Anxiety is the main symptom of several conditions, including: panic disorder phobias , such as agoraphobia or claustrophobia post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) social anxiety[] (e.g., alcohol or cocaine) or the side effects of a medication (e.g., steroids).[] Acrophobia Animal phobias Claustrophobia Simple phobia Excludes: dysmorphophobia (nondelusional) ( F45.2 ) nosophobia ( F45.2 ) F40.8 Other phobic anxiety disorders F40.9[]

  • Sleep Deprivation

    […] a "negative spiral" of fatigue and sleepiness, labile emotions, poor decision-making and risky behavior, says Ronald E.[] Dismal and disconsolate, “Sinnflut” washes over you in waves of claustrophobia and misery, a storm-driven cacophony of harmony and discord, 11 minutes of tear-soaked anguish[] , heroin, and other abused drugs.[]

  • Organic Personality Disorder

    Patients with organic personality disorder can present emotional lability that means their emotional expressions are unstable and fluctuating.[] I was locked away for two weeks in the locked ward and they didn't realice that I freak out so much, because I have claustrophobia and so it was very traumatic for me.[] 305.6 Cocaine abuse 305.7 Amphetamine or related acting sympathomimetic abuse 305.8 Antidepressant type abuse 305.9 Other, mixed, or unspecified drug abuse "Laxative habit[]

  • Hysterical Neurosis

    lability, overstatement and demands for attention ...[] ) prison neurosis chronophobia occurring in prisoners having trouble adjusting to a long prison sentence, characterized by feelings of restlessness, panic, anxiety, and claustrophobia[] […] and Dependence 520 Epidemiology of Abuse 521 Treatment of Clinical Syndromes 522 Barbiturate Abuse and Dependence 523 Epidemiology of Abuse 524 Cocaine and Other Stimulant[]

  • Delirium

    Emotional lability. Psychotic ideas are common but of short duration and of simple content. Neurological signs - eg, unsteady gait and tremor.[] Claustrophobia 4:07 0:30 11. Ultima Ratio 4:08 0:30 12. Live to Tell 5:28 0:30 13. Breakdown 3:16 0:30 14.[] Treatment is directed at alleviating symptoms and preventing the patient’s further abuse of the substance.[]

  • Stroke

    Emotional lability occurs in about 20% of those who have had a stroke.[] Claustrophobia with related discomfiture was a significant problem in the monoplace vessels used in all trials for both arms.[] To test the hypothesis that young adults who abuse amphetamines or cocaine are at a higher risk of stroke.[]

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

    The patient demonstrated persistent emotional lability concurrent with vestibular impairment.[] […] regarding potential adverse effects of the therapy, including damage to the ears, sinuses and lungs from the effects of pressure, temporary worsening of short‐sightedness, claustrophobia[] Case 1 describes the interaction of cocaine abuse sensitization in a patient who developed psychosis with a lower dosage of bupropion.[]

  • Posterior Cerebral Artery Occlusion with Infarction

    This is often accompanied by spontaneous laughter or crying (emotional lability).[] However, in the acute setting, MRI is more time consuming and in patients with metallic foreign bodies, incompatible pacemakers, or claustrophobia it cannot be performed safely[] Risk factors for the occurrence of a stroke include: hypertension, cardiac arrhythmias, alcohol abuse, and cocaine abuse.[]

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