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126 Possible Causes for Hyperventilation, Muscle Twitch, Pressured Speech

  • Anxiety Disorder

    speech and racing thoughts.[] Four patients had hyperventilation, one sleep apnea, and two somatization disorders.[] twitches.[]

  • Hypomania

    After the third dose he presented with psychomotor agitation, pressured speech, irritability, aggressive behaviour and insomnia.[] Individuals affected by hypomania, often present with pressured speech, and show signs of increased self esteem along with grandiosity.[] Talkative, pressured speech.[]

  • Acute Amphetamine Intoxication

    […] present with the following symptoms: hyperactivity diaphoresis flushing mydriasis nausea vomiting abdominal pain hypertension palpitations tachycardia chest pain headache hyperventilation[] twitching Risky sexual behavior Amphetamines are meant to produce short-term, immediate effects on the user.[] Metabolism - Increased metabolic and muscular activity may result in hyperventilation and hyperthermia. Weight loss is common with chronic use.[]

  • Hyperthyroidism

    , fever (in thyroid storm) Neuromuscular Brisk peripheral reflexes with accelerated relaxation phase and weakness of proximal muscles Neuropsychiatric Anxiety, rapid and pressured[] Symptoms of Hyperthyroidism Hyperthyroidism symptoms vary and may include the following: Impotence in Males Muscle Spasms, Cramps, Twitching & Tremors Acne Eye Twitch Headaches[] […] heart beats or palpitations, shortness of breath Anxiety, difficulty concentrating, restlessness, shakiness, tremor, irritability Feeling warm and/or increased sweating Muscle[]

  • Respiratory Alkalosis

    In addition, glottal closure is required for individuals to create positive end expiratory pressure (PEEP).[] Abstract Hyperventilation in pregnancy is a cause of chronic respiratory alkalosis.[] Other symptoms of respiratory alkalosis may encompass: agitation seizures dizziness light headedness tingling, numbness irregular heart beats muscle twitching , spasms , weakness[]

  • Idiopathic Generalized Epilepsy

    Notably, in addition to the schizophrenia-like symptoms, the patient experienced mania-like symptoms such as elated mood, grandiose delusions, agitation, and pressured speech[] Activation procedures such as hyperventilation, intermittent photic stimulation, eye closure, and fixation-off are useful techniques to increase the yield of both interictal[] Inconspicuous clinical manifestations become apparent on video-EEG and with breath counting during hyperventilation.[]

  • Status Epilepticus

    For example, SE that arises in the opercular region can present as speech difficulties due to dysarthria rather than aphasia.[] RESULTS: Our case presented with dysgueusia, dysosmia and episodes of hyperventilation that evolved into a refractory status epilepticus.[] twitches or tonic eye deviation).[]

  • Overdose

    He had pressured speech and difficulty focusing on questioning.[] Drugs that are stimulants will cause hyperventilation, a rapid heart rate, and even heart attack or stroke.[] Symptoms include restlessness, insomnia, flushed face, muscle twitching, tachycafdia, gastrointestinal disturbances including abdominal pain, pressured or rambling thought[]

  • Moyamoya Disease

    Rehabilitation is used for patients with neurological deficits, such as speech problems or paralysis.[] No one knows what the ideal anesthetic regimen is, but clearly low blood pressure and hyperventilation may lead to strokes.[] Two patients (9.5%) reported the triggering of transient or manifest ischemic events by hyperventilation.[]

  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

    On the basis of recent findings that interoceptive exposure exercises (e.g. shaking head side to side, hyperventilation) elicit trauma-related memories (Wald & Taylor, 2008[] […] tremors Nausea Pain Profuse sweating Rapid heart rate Twitching Weakness Table 2.[] […] tremors Nausea Pain Profuse sweating Rapid heart rate Twitching Weakness PTSD is associated with several comorbid physical and psychiatric conditions that can adversely affect[]

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