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1,078 Possible Causes for Crying, Hallucinations

  • Dementia

    Clinical predictors of PDD were visual hallucinations (odds ratio [OR] 21.3; 95% CI: 1.5 to 309.6) and male gender (OR 9.6; 95% CI: 1.3 to 71.4).[] They may gradually lose their speech, or repeat a few words or cry out from time to time. But continuing to communicate with them is very important.[] Anxiety or agitation Forgetfulness and confusion Repetitive actions New suspicions Wandering and getting lost Trouble sleeping Mood fluctuations, including agitation and crying[]

  • Mescaline

    […] mescaline [ mes kah-lēn ] a poisonous alkaloid derived from the flowering heads (mescal buttons) of a Mexican cactus; it is a hallucinogen, producing hallucinations of sound[] And to this day, the picture makes people cry when Snow White dies.[] From the 4th series and preceding specials, Red Nose Of Courage, Detectives On The Edge Of A Nervous Breakdown, Gregory: Diary Of A Nutcase and The Crying Game are, for me[]

  • Psilocybine

    […] human TDLo intramuscular 75ug/kg (0.075mg/kg) BEHAVIORAL: EUPHORIA BEHAVIORAL: "HALLUCINATIONS, DISTORTED PERCEPTIONS" Psychopharmacologia Vol. 3, Pg. 219, 1962. human TDLo[] It's a far cry from the military ambitions of would be brainwashers. As for me, well it was an interesting experience. But not one I will be repeating.[] Before the treatment, some of the participants would cry and shake when they talked about their cancer. But “the moment they get psilocybin, their distress comes down.[]

  • Hallucinogen

    Next, it will be shown that area specific anatomical and dynamical features link increased excitation to the specific visual contents of hallucinations.[] Abuse results in rapid onset and short-lasting effects that include visual hallucinations and motor-function impairment.[] See Hallucination . hal·lu·ci·no·gen ( hă-lū'si-nō-jen ) A mind-altering chemical, drug, or agent that elicits optic or auditory hallucinations, depersonalization, perceptual[]

  • Lysergic Acid Diethylamide Poisoning

    Psilocybin and mescaline are more likely to cause hallucinations.[] The onset of hallucinations occurs within 60 minutes, and it can last from 6 to 12 hours. Other short-term effects Taking LSD leads to intense hallucinations.[] The chemicals are drugs that produce dream-like reactions or hallucinations in people.[]

  • Night Terrors

    […] models identified the following independent factors as associated with confusional arousals (odds ratio [OR]): age of 15-24 years (OR 4.1), shift work (OR 2.1), hypnagogic hallucinations[] […] bodily sensation on the lips and tongue, of what I may have heard once in the pre- remembering of infancy, heard once and then forgot entirely till it was wakened by the cry[] Crusher herself experiences a nightmarish hallucination but discovers a chemical imbalance signifying that...[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    There is no evidence that they work and they can cause side-effects, such as allergic reactions, effects on sleep or hallucinations.[] SD 0.38, n 101) No difference MD 0.12 (95% CI ‐0.04 to 0.28) Paracetamol consumption 2.3 spoons 1.7 spoons Immediate antibiotics MD 0.59 (95% CI 0.25 to 0.93) Last day of crying[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Any signs of unusual behavior such as hallucinations, being disoriented or unresponsive.[] You should also contact your provider if you or your child has these symptoms: Blood in the stool Confusion Dizziness Dry mouth Feeling faint Nausea No tears when crying No[] […] should result in calling your doctor immediately: Dehydration: the infant or child should urinate at lease every 4-6 hours, have a moist tongue and mouth, and tears when crying[]

  • Parasomnia

    Nearly 1 in 10 patients with obstructive sleep apnea also experience "parasomnia" symptoms such as sleepwalking, hallucinations and acting out their dreams, a Loyola University[] In children, confusional arousal often causes a lot of moaning, movement and sometimes inconsolable crying.[] They can cause the sleeper to cry, scream, walk, move about and or curse. These seizures can be treated with medications.[]

  • Postpartum Psychosis

    METHODS: A 22-year-old woman with Graves' disease developed fluctuating orientation, catatonia, delusions of persecution and auditory hallucinations 3 days following childbirth[] There were more dark thoughts, there was crying, despair, and anxiety.[] Symptoms of postpartum psychosis, such as mood lability, delusional beliefs, hallucinations, and disorganized thinking, can be frightening for the women who are affected and[]

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