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207 Possible Causes for Hypothermia, Loss of Motor Skills

  • Alcohol Abuse

    There may be a dramatic loss of motor skills and coordination. Vision may be significantly blurred.[] skills, or slurred speech.[] Alcohol intoxication can be harmful for a variety of reasons, including: Impaired brain function resulting in poor judgment, reduced reaction time, loss of balance and motor[]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    skills, or slurred speech.[] […] alcohol-related organ and tissue damage (cirrhosis, pancreatitis), positional asphyxia or suffocation by inhalation of vomit, exposure to cold coupled with alcohol-induced hypothermia[] Those signs include trouble with their speech, such as slurring their words, and have dulled motor skills, often noted by loss of balance or coordination.[]

  • Leigh's Disease

    The symptoms of the disease usually progress at a rapid rate, with the earliest signs potentially being poor sucking ability and a loss of motor skills and head control.[] Early symptoms of Leigh’s Disease include poor suckling and loss of motor skills, particularly head control.[] The first symptom to become apparent is the loss of motor skill, which might have already been acquired in older children.[]

  • Dehydration

    Moderate-severe dehydration of 3.7% body mass loss significantly impairs motor skill performance among cricketers, particularly bowlers and fielders, playing in hot and humid[] Too cold (hypothermia) or too hot (hyperthermia) and you will die. You need to conserve energy. Don't waste it by "doing" before "thinking."[] Fluid ingestion strategies maintaining mass loss within 1% prevented a decline in skill performance.[]

  • Benzodiazepine Overdose

    Benzodiazepine addicts also have a higher risk for developing dementia, an illness affecting the brain that causes gradual memory loss and problems with language and motor[] Hypothermia may occur. Serious complications are more likely when newer short-acting agents are involved or when other depressant drugs have been ingested.[] 3.7 Overdose Overdose with a benzodiazepine can cause drowsiness, dysarthria and nystagmus ; very large overdose may cause hypothermia and rhabdomyolysis.[]

  • Hypothermia

    As hypothermia progresses, symptoms include: mental status changes such as amnesia, confusion, slurred speech, decreased reflexes, and loss of fine motor skills.[] Treating hypothermia You should call 999 and then give first aid if you think someone's got hypothermia. First aid for hypothermia You need to warm the person up.[] Hypothermia refers to a situation where there is a drop in body core temperature below 35 degrees C. It is a potentially fatal condition.[]

  • Shy Drager Syndrome

    Prognosis The disease tends to advance rapidly over the course of 5 to 10 years, with progressive loss of motor skills, eventual confinement to bed, and death.[] Progressive loss of motor skills, eventually lead to a person becoming bed dependent and death generally occur within 10 years or less after diagnosis.[] […] of control over bowels or bladder Problems with activity that requires small movements (loss of fine motor skills), such as writing that is small and hard to read Loss of[]

  • Menkes Disease

    […] of developed skills occur, mental and motor development is delayed although during the first months of life infant seems to develop normally.[] Cardinal features include hair abnormalities, facial dysmorphism, severe neurological impairment, hypothermia, arterial anomalies, bone abnormalities and a fatal outcome.[] Myoclonic seizures and hypothermia are frequent.[]

  • Familial Dysautonomia

    Progressive loss of early motor skills, feeding difficulties, and a large abdomen occur at this time. These children usually do not live past two to three years of age.[] While the patient's body temperature may vary considerably due to their reduced capability to react to temperature changes, many patients show prolonged periods of hypothermia[] […] infant born with familial dysautonomia typically has poor sucking ability, impaired swallowing reflexes, poor muscle tone (hypotonia), and/or abnormally low body temperature (hypothermia[]

  • Aicardi's Syndrome

    […] of motor and social skills.[] […] congenital infection. 1 – 3 AGS typically has onset in the first year of life; the first symptoms are feeding difficulties, irritability, unexplained low-grade fever, and a loss[]

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