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35 Possible Causes for Dizziness, Hyperpnea, Yawning

  • Psychogenic Hyperventilation

    Chapter 5: Psychogenic forms of vertigo and dizziness in "Vertigo And Dizziness: Common complaints: Springer, 1995 Breslau, N., L. R. Schultz, et al. (2000).[] Abstract The hyperventilation syndrome is generally considered an acute, transitory episode characterized by gross hyperpnea and culminating in frank tetany.[] If you try to expand your chest (like through yawning) you increase your risk for hyperventilation.[]

  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

    We report an unusual case of dizziness caused by carbon monoxide poisoning. A 55-year-old man was referred to an ENT surgeon with dizziness.[] Isocapnic hyperpnea accelerates carbon monoxide elimination.[] The patient was admitted to the ED with nausea, dizziness, vertigo, and syncope. CONCLUSIONS The diagnosis of CO poisoning depends on suspicious anamnesis.[]

  • Hyperventilation

    […] compared with patients who did not suffer from dizziness.[] A-72-year-old man with recurrent central nervous system lymphoma presented with hyperpnea. showing a respiratory rate over 30 per minute.[] […] exercise for inclusion in this review, such as breathing control, diaphragmatic breathing, yoga breathing, Buteyko breathing, biofeedback-guided breathing modification, yawn[]

  • Syncope

    They could present with the following: Dizziness (vertigo) or lightheadedness Weakness Loss of consciousness Tunnel vision Pale or sweaty skin Decreased or weak pulse How[] […] bad" or "feeling faint" Reports feeling nauseous Exhibits slightly lower blood pressure and tachycardia In the late stage the patient exhibits: Pupillary dilation Yawning Hyperpnea[] […] the following: Pale skin Lightheadedness Tunnel vision — your field of vision narrows so that you see only what's in front of you Nausea Feeling warm A cold, clammy sweat Yawning[]

  • Hypoxia

    Hypoxia Hypoxia, or altitude sickness, reduces the amount of oxygen in the brain causing such symptoms as dizziness, shortness of breath, and mental confusion. hypoxia deficiency[] As the degree of hypoxia increases, the classic medical signs and symptoms include: Breathlessness/air hunger Excessive yawning Tiredness and fatigue Euphoria Impairment of[] […] impaired judgment, memory impairment, diminished peripheral vision, impaired consciousness, cyanosis, headache, personality change, tingling, wordiness, hearing loss, euphoria, yawning[]

  • Anxiety Disorder

    Dizziness embracing vertigo, unsteadiness and imbalance are common in the elderly, so is generalized anxiety disorder, which is a common psychiatric problem in later life.[] In terms of tolerability, the most frequently reported treatment-emergent adverse events were nausea, dry mouth, dizziness, insomnia, somnolence, and headache.[] Shakiness, dizziness, and sweating are all common symptoms for those who suffer from anxiety.[]

  • Epilepsy

    Most common adverse reactions: The most common side effects in patients taking APTIOM include dizziness, sleepiness, nausea, headache, double vision, vomiting, feeling tired[] […] a 5-year-old boy with developmental delay associated with Rett-like features including stereotypic hand movements and respiratory abnormalities with episode of apnea and hyperpnea[] In some cases, people know they are about to have a seizure because they see or hear something, or feel dizzy, nauseous, or "strange." This is called an aura .[]

  • Exchange Transfusion

    On admission he had dizziness and peripheral cyanosis.[] A 4-mo old, 5 kg male was presented to a local hospital with acute vomiting, tachypnea, hyperpnea and intermittent agitation and lethargy.[] Zang YL, Telleria, Vinetz JM, Yawn D, Rossman S, Indrikovas AJ.[]

  • Meige Syndrome

    The most important imitators of epileptic seizures are dizziness, vertigo, syncope, complicated migraine; and somewhat less frequently sleep disorders, transient cerebral[] In a patient with Brueghel syndrome, paroxysmal hyperpnea coincided with dystonic gaping; the finding of upbeating nystagmus suggests pontine localization in the pathogenesis[] The condition may be aggravated by eating or talking and is sometimes lessened by humming, singing, yawning or voluntary opening of the mouth.[]

  • Orthostatic Syncope

    Physicians should note whether dizziness and light-headedness appear.[] In this article, mechanisms for OI having components of adrenergic hypofunction, adrenergic hyperfunction, hyperpnea, and regional blood volume redistribution are discussed[] Symptoms of a beginning vasovagal syncope: If nausea, cold sweat or a feeling of warmth, vomitus, yawning, muscular weakness, abdominal complaints, hyperventilation, impaired[]

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