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1,095 Possible Causes for Difficulty Concentrating, Psychosis

  • Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    […] and serum vitamin B(12) level should be checked in patients who do not have an obvious cause for psychosis, seizures or hypertension.[] Memory Loss, Confusion, or Difficulty Concentrating Are you forgetful or confused, have trouble concentrating, or always feel like you're in a fog?[] concentrating – pale or yellow skin (jaundice) – stomach upset and weight loss – changed sensation in the limbs (pins and needles, desensitization) – muscle weakness – mood[]

  • Depression

    His presentation of altered mental status, mania, and psychosis is examined in regards to his DMT use.[] concentrating, remembering details, and making decisions Feelings of worthlessness, hopelessness or guilt Persistent physical symptoms such as headaches, digestive problems[] Psychotic depression occurs when a person has severe depression plus some form of psychosis, such as having disturbing false fixed beliefs (delusions) or hearing or seeing[]

  • Dementia

    Agitation and psychosis are common among older adults with dementia and are challenging to manage.[] Early-stage Stage 4: Moderate Cognitive Decline This stage includes difficulty concentrating, decreased memory of recent events, and difficulties managing finances or traveling[] NBRS Psychosis Subscale: Pollock 2007 also reported the change in the psychosis subscale of the NBRS scale and found no significant difference in the change in psychosis subscales[]

  • Schizophrenia

    […] people with possible psychosis, psychosis and schizophrenia Choosing and delivering interventions for children and young people with psychosis and schizophrenia Children[] concentrating a feeling that you're being controlled by something outside yourself not feeling up to normal activities like washing, dressing or seeing friends.[] Cognitive impairment can include difficulty concentrating and solving problems.[]

  • Lyme Disease

    Late neurological disorders: these include polyneuropathy, chronic encephalomyelitis, vertigo and psychosis.[] concentrating.[] Untreated neuroborreliosis: Bannwarth's syndrome evolving into acute schizophrenia-like psychosis. J. Neurol. 239 : 129–131. Google Scholar Rowe, P. M. (2000).[]

  • Brain Neoplasm

    […] with memory, euphoria, diminished concentration, urinary incontinence, visual impairment.[] Unsteadiness and incoordination, hydrocephalus (increased pressure inside the brain), voice and swallowing difficulties.[] Location - Olfactory Groove and sella (bony space where the pituitary gland is situated) Common Symptoms - Loss of smell (anosmia), subtle personality changes, mild difficulty[]

  • Wilson Disease

    KEYWORDS: Wilson disease; affective disturbances; cognitive decline; personality disorders; psychosis[] Psychological symptoms, such as difficulty concentrating, low mood, and depression are also possible. Copper can also build up in the corneas of your eyes.[] […] rigidity, drooling, difficulty with speech, abrupt personality change, grossly inappropriate behavior and inexplicable deterioration of school or other work, neurosis, and psychosis[]

  • Tuberous Sclerosis

    […] they occur, are typically diagnosed in early adulthood and among those intellectually able to express their moods.[6] Schizophrenia (and symptoms like hallucinations or psychosis[] In the TOSCA study, hallucinations (1.5%) and psychosis (2.3%) were reported at low rates (Kingswood et al., 2017 ).[]

  • Severe Depressive Episode

    , mood-congruent Severe major depression, single episode, with psychotic features, mood-incongruent Single major depressive episode, severe, with psychosis ICD-10-CM F32.3[] Either way, they are likely to complain of constant tiredness and difficulty concentrating on tasks.[] concentrating or making decisions Suicidal thoughts or intentions Treatments Although depressive disorder can be a devastating illness, it often responds to treatment.[]

  • Reactive Depression

    , mood-congruent Severe major depression, single episode, with psychotic features, mood-incongruent Single major depressive episode, severe, with psychosis ICD-10-CM F32.3[] Additional symptoms might include anxiety, weight fluctuations and eating disorders, irritability, memory problems and difficulty concentrating.[] concentrating Change in appetite (eat more or less) Lack of interest in sex Irritable / moody Trouble sleeping Increased intake of alcohol or drugs In most cases, these symptoms[]

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