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1,239 Possible Causes for Stupor

  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    […] impairment) nausea, vomiting, visual deficits (diplopia, mydriasis), and hypothermia are symptoms encountered in more pronounced intoxication, whereas altered consciousness, stupor[symptoma.com] Symptoms of alcohol poisoning: Unable to stand or walk, or can only do so with difficulty Only vaguely aware of their surroundings Difficulty breathing Passed out or in a stupor[mcwell.nd.edu]

  • Alcohol Abuse

    The main symptoms are vomiting, stupor, behavioural changes, and major impairment of the central nervous system followed by dehydration and headache.[medbroadcast.com] Anyone who drinks alcohol after going a long time without food can have an attack of hypoglycemia, a sudden shortage of blood sugar, causing nervous symptoms like stupor or[medbroadcast.com]

  • Hypoglycemia

    If untreated, it can progress to stupor, coma and, exceptionally, death.[patient.info] Definition of hypoglycemia Symptoms Gen: Irritability, anxiety, hunger, fatigue, Neuro: HA, blurred vision, tremors, weakness, confusion, ataxia, stupor, seizures, coma GI[pedclerk.bsd.uchicago.edu] […] automatism Difficulty speaking, slurred speech Ataxia, incoordination, sometimes mistaken for drunkenness Focal or general motor deficit, paralysis, hemiparesis Headache Stupor[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Depression

    The purpose of this study was to describe a theoretically focused intervention aimed toward chronic stress and depressive symptom management that is coordinated by a case manager and delivered within a home environment by the caregiver. Home care, community setting. A case study of an older adult with[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    Acute alcoholism is temporary and results in depression of the higher nerve cells, resulting in lack of coordination, impaired motor control, stupor, dehydration and nausea[epainassist.com] But always the first drink started me on the road to insensibility and stupor. All that was needed was one drink and a cigarette.[eskimo.com] Clubbing Muscle wasting Genitourinary Testicular atrophy Abdomen Hepatomegaly or small shrunken liver Splenomegaly Ascites Hepatic tenderness Neurologic Asterixis Confusion, stupor[clevelandclinicmeded.com]

  • Hyponatremia

    People may become unresponsive, aroused only by vigorous stimulation (stupor), and eventually cannot be aroused (coma). Death may follow.[merckmanuals.com] As the serum sodium falls to 115 mEq/L, stupor, neuromuscular hyperexcitability, hyperreflexia, seizures, coma, and death can result.[merckmanuals.com] […] manifestations are primarily neurologic (due to an osmotic shift of water into brain cells causing edema), especially in acute hyponatremia, and include headache, confusion, and stupor[merckmanuals.com]

  • Head Injury

    Headache, nausea, and postoperative stupor after spinal surgery, especially after an accidental durotomy, should be considered possible indications of intracranial hemorrhage[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] More serious head injuries may result in stupor, an unresponsive state, but one in which an individual can be aroused briefly by a strong stimulus, such as sharp pain; coma[ninds.nih.gov]

  • Acidosis

    In respiratory acidosis, the earliest symptoms are Drowsiness may progress to stupor and coma as the oxygen in the blood becomes inadequate.[merckmanuals.com] Examination Lethargy, stupor and progression to a state of coma may occur, particularly in cases of poisoning.[patient.info] Stupor and coma can develop within moments if breathing stops or is severely impaired, or over hours if breathing is less dramatically impaired.[merckmanuals.com]

  • Stroke

    […] or veering Coordination problems in the arms and hands Slurred speech or inability to speak Sudden deviation of the eyes toward one direction Seizures Irregular breathing Stupor[drugs.com] According to Rufus of Ephesus (circa AD 100) the term was applied to the arteries of the neck because compression of these vessels produced stupor or sleep. 2 The ancient[doi.org]

  • Alzheimer Disease

    So, What Can You Do? You can do many things that may keep your brain healthy and your body fit—and help scientists find ways to prevent Alzheimer’s. Stay Healthy Many actions lower the risk of chronic diseases and boost overall health and well-being. As we learn more about the role they may play in Alzheimer’s[…][web.archive.org]

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