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31 Possible Causes for Difficulty Concentrating, Methamphetamine Abuse, Self Mutilation

  • Depression

    concentrating, remembering details, and making decisions Feelings of worthlessness, hopelessness or guilt Persistent physical symptoms such as headaches, digestive problems[] […] panic disorder or social phobia Family conflicts, relationship difficulties, and work or school problems Social isolation Suicidal feelings, suicide attempts or suicide Self-mutilation[] concentrating, thinking, or making decisions Changes in appetite that lead to weight loss or gain Uncontrollable crying Headache Stomach ache Digestive problems Problems[]

  • Anxiety Disorder

    Symptoms include excessive anxiety or worry, restlessness, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, and irritability.[] They are usually psychotic in nature (e.g. paranoid delusions, visual or auditory hallucinations, delusions of reference, behavioural disorders with aggressiveness, self-mutilation[] The person has difficulty controlling the anxiety, which is associated with the following: restlessness, feeling “keyed up” or on edge; being easily fatigued; difficulty concentrating[]

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

    abusers.[] Signs and symptoms of ADHD: Difficulty concentrating or keeping attention Being Easily Distracted Irresponsibility Difficulty in social situations Being hyperactive Trouble[] Psychological risk factors for dissociation and self-mutilation in female patients with borderline personality disorder.[]

  • Hospital Addiction Syndrome

    […] in attention and concentration and non-attendance.[] Methamphetamine and Amphetamine Abuse and Parkinson’s Disease The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports that methamphetamine and amphetamine abuse can increase the risk[] […] being the major ones Self - mutilation Malnutrition and anemia Skin discoloration as a result of coloured dye usage Extensive [] Self - mutilation causing extensive[]

  • Cocaine Abuse

    Methamphetamine abuse and impairment of social functioning: a review of the underlying neurophysiological causes and behavioral implications.[] ., irritability, difficulty concentrating).[] The complex behavior associated with cocaine abuse may be one cause of self-mutilation.[]

  • Cannabis Type Drug Dependence

    Using more cannabis can result in negative effects including blurred vision, bloodshot eyes, feeling sluggish, difficulty concentrating, slower reflexes, increased heart rate[] […] illicit drugs like cocaine, heroin, hallucinogens or methamphetamines.[] concentrating Memory problems Dry mouth A productive cough Depression Paranoia is also a common symptom of marijuana use, although friends and family members of the individual[]

  • Adult Attention Deficit Disorder

    abusers.[] In late adolescence and early adulthood individuals who have had little difficulty in school may begin to experience academic problems due to difficulty concentrating and[] Psychological risk factors for dissociation and self-mutilation in female patients with borderline personality disorder.[]

  • Amphetamine Delusional Disorder

    , suicidal thoughts and actions, and difficulty functioning.[] Methamphetamine Abuse and Addiction: NIH Publication No. 06-4210, Sept. 2006. . National Library of Medicine. National Institutes of Health. “Amphetamines.”[] Self-mutilating behaviors often stem from the thoughts, images or voices that take shape inside a person’s mind.[]

  • Organic Delusional Disorder

    Typically a rare and uncommon syndrome, delusional parasitosis is becoming increasingly more relevant, especially with the rise of methamphetamine drug abuse, nicknamed “meth[] Symptoms of psychosis include: difficulty concentrating depressed mood sleeping too much or not enough anxiety suspiciousness withdrawal from family and friends delusions[] […] in maintaining social functioning; AND/OR Marked difficulties in maintaining concentration, persistence, or pace; AND/OR Repeated episodes of worsening symptoms, each of[]

  • Substance Withdrawal Syndrome

    Pregnant women who abuse methamphetamine are at increased risk of preterm birth, placental abruption, fetal distress, and intrauterine growth restriction at rates similar[] concentrating nausea and vomiting/dry-retching, which can lead to weight loss palpitations headache, muscular pain and stiffness mild to moderate perceptual changes drug[] These disorders can result in suicide attempts and extreme depression and anxiety, which may lead to self-mutilation and delirium.[]

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