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67 Possible Causes for Emotional Lability, Testosterone Decreased or Increased

  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    […] abused substances Particularly dangerous when combined with stimulants (caffeine, cocaine) Presentation Symptoms (in order of increasing EtOH plasma level) disinhibition emotional[] increased plasma testosterone in women and a decrease in men.[] […] to gender: plasma T was increased in females and decreased in males.[]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    lability Gastrointestinal: nausea and vomiting Respiratory: asthma, slow or heavy breathing.[] Effects of Alcohol on Hormones and Foetal Development Heavy drinking leads to an increased level of oestrogen and decrease in testosterone, which has negative effects for[] […] of alcohol intoxication include: Heart: slow heart rate or irregular rhythm, low blood pressure CNS : headache, confusion, memory loss, disorientation, poor coordination, emotional[]

  • Endogenous Depression

    Testosterone concentration increased after remission, while cortisol secretion decreased. Sleep EEG disturbances remained unchanged in remitted patients.[] The data suggest that a blunted testosterone and an elevated cortisol secretion are state markers of acute depression, which normalize independently from sleep structure.[]

  • Schizophrenia

    lability often occur.[] Similarly, T. gondii has been reported to increase testosterone levels in men but decrease levels in women ( Flegr et al., 2008 ).[] An endocrine hypothesis for the increased sex ratio of recently infected women and decreased sex ratio of women infected for a long time – namely, originally (before the infection[]

  • Iatrogenic Cushing's Disease

    Psychological problems such as depression, cognitive dysfunction, and emotional lability may develop.[] […] cortiso binds to testosterone receptors – increase androgen supress immune system decrease amount of circulating leukocytes & migration of tissue leukocytes lysis of lymphocyes[] Common psychiatric abnormalities include agitated depression, lethargy, paranoia, overt psychosis, insomnia, emotional lability, irritability, anxiety and panic attacks [[]

  • Menopause Ovarian Disorder

    Sometimes this stage of life can cause symptoms such as vaginal dryness, emotional lability, hot flashes, & changes in sexual function/desire.[] Pawelczyk et al. [63] report that metformin therapy not only restores normal levels of insulin and testosterone, but also decreases the pool of free, bioactive IGF-I by increasing[]

  • Steroid Withdrawal Syndrome

    lability.[] The bodies of steroid users become used to having an increased level of testosterone.[] […] include malaise, weakness, lethargy, hyposthenia, nausea, emesis, anorexia, weight loss, diffuse headaches, postural hypotension, myalgia, arthralgia, mood changes, and emotional[]

  • Prader-Willi Syndrome

    In addition, PWS children exhibit several other behavioral problems, including skin picking, repetitive behaviors, difficulty with routine changes and great emotional lability[] Testosterone levels increased during puberty but remained below the 5th percentile, while luteinizing hormone (LH) levels increased but not above the 95% [ 70 ].[] Chronic behavior disturbances, including emotional lability accompanied by unbridled displays of temper; repetitive, ritualistic and compulsive like behaviors and hoarding[]

  • Sleep Deprivation

    […] a "negative spiral" of fatigue and sleepiness, labile emotions, poor decision-making and risky behavior, says Ronald E.[] Cortisol and testosterone decreased after TSD as compared with the control day, while insulin and E-selectin increased after sleep recovery.[] Although it's difficult to untangle cause and effect, it's likely that sleep deprivation and problems controlling impulses and emotions exacerbate one another, leading to[]

  • Hypogonadism

    Features include emotional lability, poor gross motor skills, facial abnormalities (eg, a narrow bitemporal dimension, almond-shaped eyes, a mouth with thin upper lips and[] Decreased strength Loss of lean body mass Decreased sex drive Infertility Long-standing low testosterone levels can decrease bone mineral density and increase the risk of[] There was a decrease in subcutaneous fat mass ( 3.3 kg) and increase in lean mass (3.4 kg) after testosterone treatment ( P 0.01) compared with placebo.[]

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