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Causes Of Excessive Talkativeness
What causes a complete personality change from quiet and docile to extremely talkative and energetic?
Possibilities: One possibility is some type of drug intoxication, such as Cocaine or other amphetamine-like substance. In some, alcohol can dis-inhibit talkativeness too. The person may also have bipolar disorder and be in a manic episode. Such people talk quickly and loquaciously, are very energetic, and can sometimes be very difficult to follow. They can switch from elated and jovial, to irritable too. ...Read more
Thanks for that: Clarification. Ok - so it doesn't sound like this is related to mania or hypomania. Check out this article and see if it describes you at all: http://www. Webmd. Com/add-adhd/guide/10-symptoms-adult-adhd ...Read more
Why's it the fact that Xanax (alprazolam) makes me hyper and talkative when it is supposed to do the opposite?
It is like alcohol: The behavioral effects of benzodiazepines in some people are analogous to the effect of alcohol. If you have ever observed someone become more hyper and talkative when they are intoxicated with alcohol then there is a parallel between that state and what you are experiencing in the context of xanax (alprazolam) administration. I would talk with your doctor about changing your medication profile. ...Read more
Sorry, I thought I typed the whole phrase, my question is, is it part of hie development being talkative now and singing very often nursery rhymes songs?
Not: Common. Though inadequate dose may not completely block craving leading to more irritability. Furthermore use of subaxone should be in conjunction with counselling for best results ...Read more
3 year old has a fever and very hyper and talkative. Saying odd things as well. Nothing crazy but just odd. What could this be? No other symptoms.
Hallucinations: Likely from high fever but needs an assessment. All the best. ...Read more
My brother (age 17) is always in his room, and he never talks anyone in the family. When he's with his friends, he's very social and talkative. Why?
Brother silent: My brother (age 17) is always in his room, and he never talks anyone in the family. When he's with his friends, he's very social and talkative. Why? ANS: This can be a complex issue so recommend you have family meeting to discuss this issue with him present. If he will not speak then ask DR to discuss with him. Keep guns away. ...Read more
When I was younger, I used to talk very less. I would mostly answer in yes or no. Over the years, I have become very talkative. Why? How? Just curious
No speech problem: When children are not talkative but understand and use speech selectively the issue is emotional. They may feel anxious or like they should not talk or perhaps that their words are not welcome. When you grew older you lost those inhibitions for some reason. Your speech abilities were always fine. ...Read more
I feel depressed and suicidal for a few hours then great and talkative the next few hours. What is wrong with me?
Rapid mood changes: You can't be diagnosed via the internet. But suicidal thoughts are very concerning. If you have a suicide plan that you have the urge to carry out, please be seen at the nearest emergency room asap. You can be driven by a friend or relative or call 911 for help from emergency services. If less imminent, it is very important that you tell your physican. He or she can evaluate for medical / >>>. ...Read more
Why does it seem that I get more talkative when I 've taken my clonazepam dose. Also at times get fast thoughts in my head.
When I take my ritalin (methylphenidate) my doctor just prescribedme, I feel talkative, happy, and calm. Are those the symptoms I'm supposed to feel?
Dr raised Lexapro (escitalopram) dose from 15 to 20 yesterday. Took td. Feel weird. Out of it. Less energy. Less talkative. More slow in general. Just feel out of it?
Lexapro (escitalopram): Talk to your doctor about possibly adjusting the dose or changing the timing of taking it. ...Read more
26 mo old son at same daycare since 3 mo old, new room every 6 mo. Teacher says he doesn't talk. He's talkative at home. Problem? Suggestion?
Normal, Probably: Toddlers are often overwhelmed in what is to them new or strange situations. The changes may bother him. Thus they are quiet, withdrawn or very quiet. Once they warm up and are comfortable, they then become more outgoing. This is very normal and no cause for worry. ...Read more
Why am I more talkative before I take my prozac (fluoxetine)? Does Prozac (fluoxetine) help nerve pain, osteoarthritis, torn disc? Does seem to reduce headaches.
Not for pain per se.: I agree with dr rodrigues that prozac, (fluoxetine) and especially it's metabolite, has a long half-life, so being more talkative before you take the it should have very little to do with any major fluctuation in blood level. Perhaps it has to do with the time of day rather than the prozac, (fluoxetine) or it could be psychological? In terms of pain the literature suggests snri > ssris like Prozac (fluoxetine) in diminishing pain. ...Read more
Why do I talk about chronic pain & medical issues w/ others? I realize not everyone understands. Am more inhibited when I take Prozac (fluoxetine) - less talkative
Think about your: Question. Formats like this with short questions and answers are difficult from both ends. Focus on what you are trying to discover and resubmit. Be specific. You may need to ask in multiple questions instead of one. I see 3 or 4 topics in your question right now. ...Read more
3years old daughter active&talkative. Take only milk bottle&fruits. Have conflicts n mind. Didn't stay at school. Much attached Wid parents how improve?
Milestones: It is sometimes ok to be attached to parents but still you need to work on her diet and relationships. At first you need to offer diversity of food because she needs to grow healthy and milk is not enough. Offer first the family food and then offer the milk. Initially work on acceptance of food then the next step is to male her quit bottles. Then make her meet and play with other kids her age ...Read more
My daughter age 11 emotion always aggresive and upset. Learning slow and talkative. Possible brain lack of certain nutrition? We always trying help her
Talk to your doctor: Your daughter may need a referral to a mental health provider or a neurologist. If she has a delay in her development- difficulty with learning- she may need an individual education plan. Your doctor can help coordinate care between the specialists, her school, and her regular check ups. Getting help now can make a big difference for her leading a happy, healthy life. ...Read more
88 yr old mother with dementia is more alert & talkative when she's sleep deprived. Is there a reason?
Activating effect: Sleep deprivation has a well characterized mood elevating quality as well as a capacity for changing behavior in ways that you may not predict. For example, if the inhibiting effect of the frontal lobe and higher brain centers is compromised in the context of sleep deprivation an individual with dementia may become more disinhibited and impulsive and could even lead to hyperactivity. Stay safe! ...Read more
Would ssri benefit 11 years old boy who has sever anxiety, phobia, and ocd. While the most talkative at home, he is not talking in public or school.
Anxiety/ Phobia: Hopefully he has been evaluated by a child psychiatrist. Cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychoeducation of parents and child, school intervention, and medications, such as ssris (1st line tr); 2nd line-benzodiazepines for short term; 3rd line-- buspirone. If every thing fails antipsychotics may be useful in high levels of agitation. Cbt are the best supported interventions. Early tr improves prog. ...Read more
My 7 month old is throwing up yellow bile with no fever. She refuses to eat/drink. She is very lethargic compared to her normal talkative active self.
What happens if someone suggested you were "loquacious", would you consider it a compliment or an insult?
I think they would: Be telling me that I talk too much. ...Read more
A: Number of medications and some neurological disorder could do it, once they come with specific diagnosis then hey can help. ...Read more
Excess salivation or: Sialorrhea is not one of the more commonly reported side effects following Nissen fundoplication surgery.Early on gas, difficulty swallowing and bloating are the principle problems which, fortunately, typically improve. Diarrhea persists in about 10%, difficulty swallowing in 3%, and inability to belch or vomit in about 1/3. Excess saliva is likely due to impaired swallowing, not overproduction ...Read more
Probably not: An infection perhaps, but not the coughing. You didn't shake the baby loose. ...Read more