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1,379 Possible Causes for Hyperpnea, Numbness of the Tongue, Yawning

  • Psychogenic Hyperventilation

    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.[] […] code for Related Terms to “Hyperventilation” Dyspnea (nocturnal) (paroxysmal) - R06.00 hyperventilation - R06.4 Hyperventilation(tetany) - R06.4 Tetany (due to) - R29.0 hyperpnea[]

  • Anxiety Disorder

    This case features an adult male with moderate social anxiety disorder and mild depressive symptoms who showed an initial positive response to an earlier experience of cognitive behavior therapy, but then relapsed when he started avoiding social situations again because of continuing beliefs that experiencing[…][]

  • Epilepsy

    Half of the face may begin to twitch, and numbness of the face or tongue can occur. These seizures usually occur at night, often during sleep.[] […] 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[]

  • Chronic Hyperventilation

    But most off all I yawn hundreds if not thousands of times a day just to get a breath and one yawn to get breathe can last 15 p 20 seconds then feel dizzy as stopped all oxygen[] […] or tingling hands, feet, tongue or face Ringing in ears Blurred vision Lump in throat, dry mouth Cold, pale hands, cold shudders Frequent urination Sighing, frequent yawning[] There is a prevalent misconception that hyperventilation syndromes occur infrequently, are characterized by acute, dramatic, but transitory bouts of hyperpnea, and that they[]

  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

    Isocapnic hyperpnea accelerates carbon monoxide elimination.[]

    Missing: Numbness of the Tongue
  • Radix Aconiti

    Overdose will cause numbness of the lips, tongue, and extremities, vomiting, facial pallor, irritability, decrease in the pulse rate and blood pressure, difficulty in breathing[] •Symptoms of the nervous system, e.g. dizziness, headache, numbness of mouth and tongue, limbs or body, blurred vision, hearing impairment or even coma, paralysis.[]

    Missing: Yawning
  • Migraine

    However, the pathophysiological concept behind this term is not undisputed and typical migraine premonitory symptoms such as fatigue and yawning, but also a typical association[] Nonvisual auras include motor weakness speech or language abnormalities dizziness, vertigo tingling or numbness (parasthesia) of the face, tongue or extremities Migraine without[] Patients characteristically show other symptoms of migraine such as yawning, listlessness, and drowsiness during their attacks.[]

    Missing: Hyperpnea
  • Sleep Apnea

    After the episode of apnea, breathing may be faster (hyperpnea) for a period of time, a compensatory mechanism to blow off retained waste gases and absorb more oxygen.[] […] teeth, ensuring and effortless, custom-fit unique to your mouth Non-Restrictive in Movement: While wearing a SomnoDent, you will be able to fully open and close your mouth, yawn[] Recorded complications included tonsillar fossa bleeding, pain, temporary dysgeusia, numbness of the tongue, and temporary dysphagia.[]

  • Syncope

    […] 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[] A variety of stimuli including pain, emotions, heat, urination/defecation, yawning, and nausea can lead to an inappropriate reflexive response with pooling of blood in the[]

    Missing: Numbness of the Tongue
  • Multiple Sclerosis

    Saliva cortisol samples were collected before and after yawning or after stimuli presentation in the absence of yawning.[] […] occurs when yawning. 117 volunteers aged 18-69 years were randomly allocated to experimentally controlled conditions to provoke yawning.[] These results support the Thompson Cortisol Hypothesis suggesting that cortisol levels are elevated during yawning.[]

    Missing: Hyperpnea

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