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Causes Of Disorientation
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Yes: absolutely, it is well established that Anxiety disorders are associated with variable degres of impairment of concentration, memory and speed of thinking . during a severe anxiety attack the person may experience feelings of disorientation. treatment is available and is effective good luck and feel better ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Would sinus issues cause disorientation and feel like the floor is closer than it is, or looks like the floor is curved? Making me nervous,heart race
My cousin is taking 4.5 mg of Rivastigmine in the morn for dementia. At night he takes 50 mg quetiapine for schizophrenia which causes disorientation?
The dementia: Rivastigmine provides limited benefit for dementia (no real effective treatment ) and quetiapine (Seroquel) is use for agitation and insomnia associated with dementia. Neither prevent the progression of the disease (although rivastigmine may slow for about 6-12 months). Disorientation in dementia can be caused by other meds, sleep apnea, urinary tract infection, any other medical illness etc. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Many things: Many things can cause feelings of disorientation and inability to concentrate. Consider any kind of drug intoxication or withdrawal -- same for alcohol. Various kinds of infectious encephalopathies either in CNS or from outside it. Stroke. Metabolic encephalopathies like severe hyperglycemia, liver or kidney failure, severe hypothyroidism, wernicke's, etc. Head trauma. Brain tumor. Others. ...Read more
What would cause slurring of words, disorientation, & confusion upon waking accompanied by incontinence of bladder apparently during sleep ?
Dehydration : Is apossibility but either way a physical exam by a doctor sounds like a good idea. ...Read more
Multiple possible: Disorientation to time or place is one of the signs of delirium, an acute mental status change that can be reversible with treatment. Accompanying signs are confusion, disorganized thinking, changes in alertness, decreased short-term memory & recall, perceptual changes including hallucinations, and wandering attention. Causes include intoxication, infection, brain injury, metabolic, and more. ...Read more
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