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23 Possible Causes for Clenched Hands, Ecstasy

  • Bruxism

    […] with ecstasy Flower flipping/Hippy flipping - using mushrooms with ecstasy Elephant flipping - using PCP with ecstasy Kitty flipping - using ketamine with ecstasy Love flipping[] Clenching (or clamping), on the other hand, involves inaudible, sustained, forceful tooth contact unaccompanied by mandibular movements."[] Parafunctional clenching or grinding, on the other hand, has been shown to create forces as high as 250 lbs (113.6 Kg) during sleep [3].[]

  • Water Intoxication

    Urinalysis was positive for methamphetamine and supported a diagnosis of hyponatraemia related to ecstasy use together with a syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone[] […] held on the chest, clenched fists, and legs held out straight (decorticate posture) References: (24,48,55,58) Short-Term Effects on the Body Organs Brain swelling (cerebral[] He brings a couple of ‘ecstasy’ pills with him. He has used ‘ecstasy’ uneventfully on a number of previous occasions.[]

  • Glue Sniffing

    […] after taking ecstasy.[] In the shade of the courtyard, one male teen helps another shave with a pink plastic Lady Bic -- his hands are steadier than the other's, which clench and tremble in his lap[] Although cocaine and ecstasy have a higher profile, inhaling solvents is still a major problem, new research suggests.[]

  • Eating Disorder

    I kept my hands clenched at all times to hide them.[] When it rained or I had a bath and my hands 'pruned', the craters became more pronounced and they'd looked even worse.[]

  • Chronic Hyperventilation

    Started when I took ecstasy at a club then smoked cannabis afterwards, started falling asleep, suddenly thought i had stop breathing.[] hands Numb or tingling hands, feet, tongue or face Ringing in ears Blurred vision Lump in throat, dry mouth Cold, pale hands, cold shudders Frequent urination Sighing, frequent[] Chest pain, tightness in the chest, palpitations Trouble thinking or talking clearly Nervousness, agitation Perspiration Nausea, vomiting or diarrhea Trembling or habitually clenching[]

  • Pediatric Arterial Ischemic Stroke

    Substance abuse with amphetamines, ecstasy, cocaine, phencyclidine (PCP), and glue sniffing.[] Keeping fingers and toes on 1 side of their body clenched in a fist. Using 1 hand much more than the other. This is not common before age 1 in healthy babies.[]

  • Essential Tremor

    Ecstasy intoxication: an overlap between serotonin syndrome and neuroleptic malignant syndrome. Clin Neuropharmacol 1996 ; 19 : 157 –64.[] The stimulation paradigm was maintainance of the affected arm in an extended position and hand clenching being performed in a block design manner.[] Tremor can also occur as a toxic reaction to marijuana, and 3,4-methylene-dioxymethamphetamine or ecstasy. 56 CEREBELLAR TREMOR Classic cerebellar tremor is often termed as[]

  • Trichotillomania

    Cancer Coming Out Crohns Disease Cymbalta Cystic Fibrosis Dads Dementia Depression Diabetes Diverticulitis Divorce Dizziness Down Syndrome Drug Dyslexia EDNOS Eating Disorder Ecstasy[] […] your hand into a fist creating barriers that prevent you from pulling your hair out - for example, wearing a hat if you normally pull hair from your scalp getting your parents[] It must be a physically inconspicious activity, such as muscle tightening, hand grasping, clasping, or clenching an object, your belt or a Koosh ball, for example.[]

  • Panayiotopoulos Syndrome

    Diabetic Neuropathy: The Nerve Damage of Diabetes 2.00 ADD COURSE Domestic Violence: Diagnosis, Treatment and Documentation 2.00 ADD COURSE Eating Disorders 2.00 ADD COURSE Ecstasy[] These seizures arise from the frontal lobes and consist of complex motor movements, such as hand clenching, arm raising/lowering, and knee bending.[]

  • Strychnine Poisoning

    In New York Undercover season 4, episode 10 - "Sign o' the Times" - a serial killer kills young men at raves by giving them strychnine-laced Ecstasy.[] Autopsy: Hands usually clenched; feet arched and inverted Hemorrhage into traumatized muscle and tendon insertion Early appearance of rigor mortis Congestion of brain, spinal[]

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