There is also dysphasia, which is a loss of or the ability to understand words. They have an inability to swallow, which is often referred to as dysphagia. The patient can lose his sense of touch, can have a loss of senses, and movements can be jerky, or uncoordinated. Almost all patients are depressed after they have had a stroke. One in four will have severe clinical depression.
Typically in a Simple Partial Seizure, the episode of sudden jerking, sensory phenomena, and transient lethargy would only last half to a full minute. In a Complex Partial, the episode may last up to two full minutes and no less than one. Also in a Complex Partial, the affected may be unaware of setting (surrounding environment), amnesia and confusion may occur and may begin to wander about. Although Partial Seizures affect different emoti... ... middle of paper ... ...y medication used to treat people with epilepsy. One of the studies I went over portrayed that over 10% of patients attending clinics for Epilepsy encounter themselves having suicidal thoughts within the first two weeks.
People with MS often spend much of their energy simply trying to control their movements. They have little energy left for other activities. This lack of energy causes further worsening of symptoms which can cause further fatigue. This may leave the patient feeling that any attempt to be active is futile if not counter productive. Inactivity can lead patients to shut themselves off from the world.
Another symptom that people suffering from Narcolepsy is sleep paralysis. Sleep paralysis cause... ... middle of paper ... ...a Narcoleptic due to the possibility of falling asleep or losing muscle control unexpectedly. Narcolepsy can also interrupt life and may lead to depression and anxiety. In social and professional relationships people unaware of the diagnosis might believe that a person who has sudden sleep episodes might be faking it, lazy or rude. Intimate relationships might suffer, especially spousal relationships, due to low sex drive and impotence.
High levels of stress can cause hyperarousal, a cluster of PTSD symptoms, causing insomnia. Additionally, feeling emotionally hopeless or depressed has the same effect (Saisan, Smith, Robinson, Segal, 2013, p. 3). It can be thoughts of suicide or sadness that lingers around your mind that causes one to be unable to sleep. Stress from traumatic events can also lead to a variety of sleep problems. Traumatic events can cause insomnia because when the body is overstimulated, the brain is filled with chemicals that keeps us awake.
The cause of Tachycardis is by something not functioning properly in the atria. They are sometimes stimulated by anxiety. Too much caffeine or alcohol and certain drugs can also be the cause. Attacks might last a few minutes or several days. They can be serious and sometimes not serious.
they feel when their bodies are in pain, some say it feels like their body shuts down and some have to hide. Some people may cry even panic attacks are different for many. Bipolar disorder is another high one that people may consider to be dangerous. bipolar goes through many emotions maybe a day or every week. some say they aren’t sure how they will wake up.
The emotional pain of reliving the trauma, the symptoms of the disorder may cause a person to think that he or she is "going crazy." People with this disorder may have angry outbursts at family members. At other times, they may seem to have no affection for their loved ones. Some people try to mask their symptoms by abusing alcohol or drugs. Others work very long hours to prevent any down periods when they might relive the trauma.
Physical manifestations of GAD often include headaches, trembling, twitching, fatigue, irritability, frustration, muscle tension, and inability to concentrate. Sleep disturbances may also occur. Individuals suffering from this disorder may appear to be always tense and unable to relax, or may startle more easily than others. Often they might seem to be constantly moving or fidgeting, unable to sit comfortably through a movie without worrying about something else that needs to be done. Some research suggests that GAD may run in families, and it Generalized Anxiety Disorder may grow worse during times of stress.
Epilepsy is a condition that negatively impacts an individual’s life through unpredictable seizures. In spite of unpredictable seizures people who suffer from this condition are able to live a fairly normal life, with the help of medicine and treatments. One of the most common causes of epilepsy is a head injury such as a concussion. A concussion prevents the brain from functioning properly which can result in fainting. Multiple head injuries it could also lead to epilepsy.