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222 Possible Causes for Depersonalization, Hypoglycemia

  • Panic Attacks

    Risk factors Panic attacks are more common with: The use of stimulants like caffeine Hereditary factors Stressful situations Chemical imbalances as may occur with hypoglycemia[] […] counterparts in terms of age, age of onset or frequency of attacks, they are less often associated with some symptoms including shortness of breath, trembling, smothering and depersonalization[] Hypoglycemia. A minor cardiac problem where one or more of the heart’s valves don’t close properly. Certain medications.[]

  • Valproic Acid

    […] stools bleeding gums bloating or swelling of the face, arms, hands, lower legs, or feet blood in the urine or stools confusion cough or hoarseness crying delusions dementia depersonalization[] We present here a newborn with episodic hypoglycemia due to in utero exposure to VPA and PH.[] […] utero, exposure to valproic acid (VPA) and phenytoin (PH) may cause congenital malformations and also withdrawal symptoms such as irritability, jitteriness and symptoms of hypoglycemia[]

  • Propranolol

    We would like to call attention to the possible occurrence of hypoglycemia during periods of restricted oral intake in children receiving propranolol.[] […] discomfort confusion about identity, place, and time congestion constipation cough cracks in the skin crying decreased awareness or responsiveness decreased urine output depersonalization[] Propranolol can have potentially serious adverse side effects, including bradycardia, hypotension, and hypoglycemia.[]

  • Alcohol Abuse

    Emotional exhaustion and depersonalization domains of burnout were strongly associated with alcohol abuse/dependence.[] If you have diabetes , drinking can put you at risk of dangerously low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia.[] If your stomach is empty enough, you could end up in hospital with hypoglycemia despite being under the legal driving limit.[]

  • Sirolimus

    Hyperinsulinemic hypoglycemia (HH) is one of the most common causes of persistent hypoglycemic episodes in neonates.[] […] continuing ringing or buzzing or other unexplained noise in the ears cracked, dry, or scaly skin crying decrease in frequency of urination degenerative disease of the joint depersonalization[] His outpatient clinical follow-up continues with no episodes of hypoglycemia.[]

  • Alprazolam

    2) hypoglycemia in healthy man.[] Other side effects include: depersonalization, hyperventilation, hypoesthesia, hypotension, paresthesia, sexual disorder, sialorrhea, muscle twitching, and increased libido[] Agitation, depersonalization, and perceptual distortion can occur during withdrawal from alprazolam.[6] Short-acting benzodiazepines, such as alprazolam, might be associated[]

  • Confusion

    Aluminium Toxicity Anemia Anxiety Brain Damage Brain Tumor Brief Psychotic Disorder Concussion Dehydration Encephalopathy Depression Fatigue Fever Brain Injury Heat Stroke Hypoglycemia[] […] known as depersonalization or derealization.[] Depersonalization is a coping mechanism when your brain is too overwhelmed by stress.[]

  • Tramadol

    Ref ] Very common (10% or more): CNS stimulation (up to 14%) Common (1% to 10%): Anxiety, euphoria, nervousness, sleep disorder, insomnia , depression , agitation, apathy, depersonalization[] To report a case of prolonged hypoglycemia after acute tramadol poisoning.[] Feeling detached from the body, or “depersonalized.” Inpatient vs. Outpatient Rehab Tramadol rehab can occur in inpatient or outpatient treatment facilities.[]

  • Cortisone

    […] disorder Nuller YL, Morozova MG, Kushnir ON, Hamper N: Effect of naloxone therapy on depersonalization: a pilot study.[] Namely: mood swings and sleep disturbances hypoglycemia decrease in the bodies natural corticosteroid production decreased bone density fat atrophy.[] […] derivatives ( C00762 ) C21 steroids (gluco/mineralocorticoids, progestogins) and derivatives ( LMST02030090 ) Ontology Physiological effect Health effect: Health condition: Depersonalization[]

  • Ecstasy

    A person who is a heavy and long-term ecstasy user may suffer depersonalization, defined as a state in which a person feels detached from themselves and that their thoughts[] Being unaware of whether you need a rest or not can result in hypoglycemia or low blood sugar, especially if the drug is taken whilst dancing.[]

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