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49 Possible Causes for Loud Snoring, Syncope

  • Acromegaly

    The present article reports the case of a 50-year-old male acromegalic patient who presented symptoms of syncope induced by ventricular tachycardia.[] snoring Growth in hands and feet that requires larger shoes, rings, and gloves Appearance of skin tags and excessive sweating Arthritis of large joints and joint pain Polyps[] […] include the following: Broadening of the nose, lips, ears, and forehead; enlarged tongue and increased spacing between front teeth Headaches Hoarse voice; sleep apnea and loud[]

  • Cardiac Arrest

    She had a neurally-mediated syncope that progressed to asystole, probably because of concurrent factors as dehydration, beta-blocking and probably individual susceptibility[] snoring or choking sounds.[] The good news is that research shows CPR does not hurt syncope patients (and might even help), so if you mistake syncope for cardiac arrest, it won't matter.[]

  • Generalized Motor Seizure

    Lempert T (1997) [Syncope. Phenomenology and differentiation from epileptic seizures]. Nervenarzt 68:620–624 CrossRef PubMed Google Scholar 15.[] Syncope may be accompanied by twitches; however, patients become completely reoriented after a few seconds![] […] number of patients diagnosed with epilepsy do not have epileptic seizures - many of these are psychiatric in nature though other causes of loss of consciousness (such as syncope[]

  • Nalbuphine

    Adverse Reactions: Sedation, sweaty/clammy, nausea/vomiting, dizziness/vertigo, dry mouth, headache, allergic reactions; respiratory depression, severe hypotension, syncope[] High obstructive sleep disorder score, history of apnoea, hyperactivity and loud snoring were found to be the best predictors of early postoperative oxygen desaturation in[] […] may occur later than that; discontinue therapy immediately if serotonin syndrome is suspected Therapy may cause severe hypotension including orthostatic hypotension and syncope[]

  • Systolic Hypertension

    In some cases, they may suffer from syncopes.[] The sleep disorder, in which breathing stops and starts dozens or hundreds of times a night, can be recognized by loud snoring or excessive tiredness during the day.[] However, combination therapy was associated with significantly higher rates of discontinuation due to syncope (0.3% versus 0.2%) and renal impairment (13.5% versus 10.2%)[]

  • Fragile X Syndrome

    Seizures pattern comprised a constellation of autonomic symptoms with unilateral deviation of the eyes and ictal syncope.[] snoring, with or without obstructive sleep apnea Recurrent nonspecific medical problems Recurrent sinusitis Otitis media Decreased visual acuity The phenotype of fragile[] Feeding difficulties Reflux, vomiting, or both Rarely, failure to gain weight during infancy and childhood Sleep disturbance Difficulty falling asleep Frequent awakening Loud[]

  • Cough

    She also had borderline intellectual disability, cyclic vomiting, syncope with cough, and decreased sense of smell since childhood.[] snoring Nighttime choking or gasping Repeated awakenings Sleepiness during the day Reason 3: Stress Stress, especially when it's chronic, can make colds last longer.[] […] sleep and cause a variety of other problems, including: Headache Dizziness Excessive sweating Loss of bladder control (urinary incontinence) Fractured ribs Passing out (syncope[]

  • Left Ventricular Hypertrophy

    Patients with anomalous origin of the left coronary artery from the pulmonary trunk may present with paroxysmal angina on exertion, congestive heart failure, dyspnoea, syncope[] Sudden major changes in your sleep pattern, such as insomnia, loud snoring, or sometimes lack of breathing are causes for concern and mean a possibility of sleep apnea.[] A 66-year-old woman with hypertension had a medical examination as a result of an episode of palpitations and syncope.[]

  • Secondary Polycythemia

    To prevent syncope, have the patient sit up for about 5 minutes before walking.[] Patients may have a history of loud snoring, alternating with periods of silence lasting 10 seconds to 1 minute, followed by gasping sounds.[]

  • Bronchial Spasm

    […] wheeze or bronchospasm, stridor, reduced peak expiratory flow [PEF], hypoxemia) or reduced BP or associated symptoms of end-organ dysfunction (eg, hypotonia [collapse], syncope[] Breathlessness from being overweight is caused more by the excess of fatty tissue in the back of the throat, the same stuff that causes loud snoring and often sleep apnea[] […] tongue, or uvula) Respiratory compromise (eg, dyspnea, wheeze or bronchospasm, stridor, reduced PEF, hypoxemia) Reduced BP or associated symptoms (eg, hypotonia [collapse], syncope[]

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