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EXPERT ANSWERS What causes olfactory hallucinations?
Some individuals can have combinations of the following: Anxious distress - unusual restlessness or worry about possible events or loss of control Mixed features - simultaneous depression and mania, which includes elevated self-esteem, talking too mu...
This combination of disease processes makes medical management difficult.The four cardinal features are cognitive impairment, visual hallucinations, fluctuations in level of consciousness, and Parkinsonism.
Many patients with Lewy body dementia also experience psychiatric complications including hallucinations and delusions.
Symptoms of heat cramps include: Muscle cramps - usually in the hands, calves or feet Heavy sweating Fatigue Strong thirst Nausea Symptoms of heat exhaustion include all signs of heat cramps, as well as: Damp, cool skin with goose bumps when exposed ...
Patients are five times more likely to have dementia with Lewy bodies if they experience a condition known as rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder than if they have one of the risk factors now used to make a diagnosis, such as fluctuating...
Other symptoms of delirium may include restlessness, agitation, hallucinations, anxiety and unpredictable mood changes, as well as sleep problems, sluggishness and abnormal drowsiness.
Kratom also affects the mind and nervous system, leading to dizziness, drowsiness, hallucinations and delusion, depression and delusion, breathing suppression, seizure, coma and death.
These drugs may help improve alertness and reduce hallucinations and signs of dementia .
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