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602 Possible Causes for Slow Eye Movements

  • Infantile-Onset Ascending Hereditary Spastic Paralysis

    During the first decade of life, the disease progressed to tetraplegia, anarthria, dysphagia, and slow eye movements.[] eye movements by early adolescence * Speech difficulty by early adolescence * Swallowing difficulty by early adolescence Causes - Hereditary spastic paralysis- infantile[] Progressive muscle weakness * Progressive muscle stiffness * Stiff leg muscles by age of 2 * Weak leg muscles by age of 2 * Arm weakness by age of 8 * Arm stiffness by age of 8 * Slow[]

  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    Breath that smells like alcohol Blackouts or seizures Enlarged pupils Eye movements that are faster than normal for you Fast heartbeats and slow breaths Loss of balance, or[]

  • Insomnia

    Polysomnographically, it seems characterized by a high percentage of slow-wave (N3) sleep, decreased rapid eye movement sleep, cyclic alternating pattern, and arousals.[] During the acute administration (first 2 days), mirtazapine significantly increased total sleep time, sleep efficiency, stage II, stage rapid eye movement and slow-wave sleep[] Moreover, body movements persisted throughout the entire sleep period, including rapid eye movement (REM) sleep.[]

  • Alcohol Abuse

    These states are called slow wave sleep (SWS), because in this type of sleep the brain waves are very slow, and rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, in which the eyes undergo rapid[] Rapid eye movement sleep occurs periodically during sleep time and makes up about 25 percent of sleep time for young adults.[] During slow-wave sleep, the brain waves are very slow. It is deep, restful sleep and usually makes up about 75 percent of a night's sleep.[]

  • Nystagmus

    Glasses, contact lenses and low vision aids : these won’t correct nystagmus but having clearer vision can help slow eye movements.[] In contrast, in the “pendular” form, relatively symmetrical and slow eye movements occur in both directions.[] Further classification of the nystagmus eye movements themselves can be made based on whether the motion is of a “jerk” or “pendular” pattern.[]

  • Dysthymic Disorder

    ., reduced rapid eye movement [REM] latency, increased REM density, reduced slow-wave sleep, impaired sleep continuity).[]

  • Restless Legs Syndrome

    […] treatment for early-morning insomnia from a phase-advanced circadian rhythm. 7 Timed exposure to bright light has improved sleep efficiency and increased total sleep time, rapid-eye-movement[] (REM) sleep and slow-wave sleep in older people. 8 Light therapy may be effective even when given earlier in the day: bright light exposure at lunchtime improved disturbed[]

  • Motion Sickness

    Breuer showed that eye movements in human participants after rotation consisted of a slow movement opposite the direction of rotation and then a fast movement to reset the[] […] heartbeats; jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes); uncontrolled muscle movements in your face (chewing, lip smacking, frowning, tongue movement, blinking or eye movement[] eyes to their original position.[]

  • Alzheimer Disease

    Symptoms of overdose may include: muscle weakness or twitching nausea vomiting stomach cramps drooling teary eyes increased urination need to have a bowel movement sweating[] slowed, fast, or irregular heartbeat lightheadedness dizziness fainting slowed breathing collapse loss of consciousness seizures dry mouth chest pain hallucinations (seeing[]

  • Meibomian Cyst

    […] pain, and ophthalmoplegia. 1 Graves disease can present with painless, slow, insidious development of bilateral proptosis. 34 Vision and extraocular movements remain intact[] […] subacute onset and no inflammatory findings on imaging. 1 Orbital pseudotumor is an idiopathic autoimmune inflammation of the orbit. 34 It presents with lid swelling, erythema, eye[]

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