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Does Being Having Paranoid Psychiatric Issues Cause Tremors
Not directly, but...: While there is not a direct relationship between them, paranoia provoke extremely strong anxiety and panic responses, which can cause general tremulousness. Some of the medications used to treat paranoia can also cause tremors or other coordination problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could tongue fasciculations,arm tremors,depression be a sign of Wilson's disease? Does long term use of psychiatric drugs cause Wilson's disease ?
My response: Psychiatric drugs do NOT cause Wilson's disease which is a problem with copper metabolism. This would be evaluated by blood testing including copper and ceruloplasmin. Since you seem concerned, see your doctor and uncover why you have issues. A tardive dyskinesia can be treated if present. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Severe body shaking, hallucinating flashing lights, slight disoriented, headache, tired, paranoid, scared, extra carious when moving. Possible cause?
I think i can hear people's thoughts and i feel that everyone is mad at me. I'm very paranoid and i see shadows of things like demons and people. The air around me shakes constantly. What should I do?
I need some serious psychiatric intervention. When I get scared and anxious. I throw up and violently. I'm always paranoid all the time. I'm sick.?
Certainly that level: Of anxiety is impacting your ability to function! but it's very hard to make a diagnosis without actually talking with you. Looking back, it seems you have a psychiatrist. Call them! we are here to help! whatever your doc says, it can't be as bad as the fear you have right now! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If a psychiatric medicine makes you go crazy does it mean it's not right for you? Like having anger, akathisia, paranoia, inability of focus, and more
Well: Sounds like you are having a reaction from the medication and not tolerating the medicine. So see doctor and ask for a different medication ...Read more
It Depends: There are possibly 100 different medications, maybe more used to treat various symptoms for the conditions you mentioned in your question. Generally, psychosis is treated with antipsychotics; mood problems are treated with mood stabilizers or antidepressant; and anxiety is treated with anxiolytics. I don't think it helpful to start listing the names a medications. One should ask the psychiatrist. ...Read more
What causes a person in their early 40's to get shakes and or small tremors for no apparent reason?
What causes resting, action and essential tremors? For me to have all 3. I am taking primadone now and it is not helping.
Nobody: Knows what causes this potentially debilitating condition. The drug you take is among the many that r used for the condition. I am convinced that parkinson's ms and thyrotoxicosis were eliminated. You should have a second opinion, possibly check with a univ. Based neurology group even consider mayo clinic. Was dbs (deep brain stimulation) discussed with you as a last resort? Look up the net! ...Read more
Why do shudder attacks happen? If a infant gets it will they have tremors too? If a 10month old gets it will it go away? Or cause life long issues?
Benign: Shudder attacks are benign and mean nothing. They usually disappear spontaneously in a few years. There is no life long issues and they do not turn into seizures. See your Pediatrician, if the diagnosis is confirmed, you have nothing to worry about. It will get better by itself. ...Read more
Yes, anxiety can: Produce tremors, but so can other things. Please see your doc to rule out other causes like low blood sugar, neurological issues, etc. In the past you have seen a neurologist. He/she would be a good person to consult with. Hope your eyes are continuing to improve. Peace and good health. ...Read more
What kind?: If by "head tremors" you mean literally a rhythmic shaking of your head, no, probably not. There is a small group of mostly benign neurological conditions that can cause this (usually easy to distinguish by the rate). Late in life, katharine hepburn suffered from one kind. If this is what you mean, ask your doctor to refer you to a neurologist. ...Read more
Herniated disc: A herniated disc in the neck can cause a pinched nerve or pressure on the spinal cord. Depending on the severity of the compression, the pain can radiate into the head, create tension migraines, radiating pain into the arms, hand numbness, weakness, and tremors or spasms in the legs. ...Read more
Mono sweats: Your symptoms are not likely tremors but are the rigors that go along with a temperature elevation from the infection. Take some tylenol (acetaminophen) or Motrin and it should help. Remember, no contact sports while you are in the active phase of the mono. Usually this lasts for 30 to 40 days. Good luck. ...Read more
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