Sometimes the light and smells could have an effect on this disorder but the reasons why are still not known. This has started a series of chemical changes that irritate the pain sensing nerves around the head and causing the blood vessels to expand and leak chemicals which further irritate the nerves (1996-2012). It is stated that migraine runs throughout the families due to their genes. The number one trigger is hormonal changes. Two-thirds of women sufferers only get their headaches around the time of their period.
Common short term effects are the constriction of pupils, drowsiness, apathy, slow breathing and dilation of blood vessels. Confusion and a persistent itching sensation can be effects too. Such slow breathing may cause a user to slip into a coma as well as nerve damage from convulsions. After using this drug, users usually get addicted to the euphoric feeling and go from inhaling to injection. Users build up a tolerance and give way to a physical dependency upon the drug, making the addict need larger and larger doses.
This medication is known to cause an increased risk to death in patients, memory loss, confusion, loss of reality, increased risk in suicidal thoughts, new or worse depression, new or worse anxiety, agitation or restlessness, panic attacks, increased aggressiveness, angry or violent behavior, an extreme increase in activity and talking, cause the patient to experience strokes that can lead to death, lower white blood cell count, difficulty swallowing, and lastly this medication can cause a serious effect called neuroleptic malignant syndrome (NMS): this is a rare condition that can happen in patients who take antipsychotic medications especially LATUDA, this medication can and will cause death when these symptoms are experienced high fever, excessive sweating, rigid muscles, confusions, and changes in heartbeat and blood
Interest in the drug has quickly risen within the last few years, and awareness of its effects is more important than ever. Introduction Bath salts are synthetic cathinones, which are central nervous system stimulants (Schaller, 2013). The stimulant mimics drugs such as cocaine, lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), methamphetamine, and ecstasy. Bath Salts can be sold as, tablets, capsules, or powder (Alliance, 2012). The main ingredients that go into bath salts are the synthetic compounds MDPV, mephedrone, pyrovalerone, and methylone.
Common side effects from antipsychotics may include: •Sleepiness (sedation) •Dizziness •Weight gain •Increased chance of diabetes and high cholesterol •Feelings of restlessness or "jitters" •Slowed movements •Tremor Long-term use of antipsychotic medications may increase your risk for a movement disorder called tardive dyskinesia. This condition causes repeated movements that you cannot control, especially around the mouth. Call your doctor right away if you think you may have this
Some short term affects show anxiety, irritability, increased breathing and heart rates, restlessness, excitability, dizziness, headaches, lack of concentration, gastro-intestinal pains, dehydration, and frequent urination and bowel movements. (msnhealth.com 2004) Death can occur from a caffeine overdose. It would take approximately
GHB lasts from 3 to 6 hours, depending on the amount ingested. At low levels, GHB causes decreased inhibitions, drowsiness, nausea or vomiting, euphoria, and/or dizziness. Higher levels may result in loss of reflexes (including gag reflex), severe respiratory depression, confusion, loss of coordination, seizures, delusions, violent behavior, amnesia, coma, disorientation, tremors, hallucinations, wide mood swings, low blood pressure, unconsciousness, and/or death. There are more than 80 slang terms for GHB. Among them are woman’s Viagra, liquid ecstasy, blue nitro, salty water, everclear, and Georgia homebody and soap.
This pain may become worse within minutes after eating or drinking, especially high fat foods. It may become constant and more severe, lasting for several days and may worsen when lying flat. The client with acute pancreatitis may appear ill with fever, nausea, vomiting, and sweating. Treatment often requires a stay in the hospital and may involve pain medication, IV Fluids, maintaining NPO status, to limit the activity of the pancreas and on occasion an NG tube to remove stomach contents. In some cases gallstones may be removed to relieve blockage of the pancreatic duct.
Much to contrary belief meth users do suffer from withdraws as well as any other addict would. The severity and length of the symptoms vary with the amount of damage done to the body through amphetamine use. The most common systems are irritability, loss of energy, depression, difficulty in sleeping and shaking of the hands or other body parts. These symptons can last for several days up to weeks after the user stops taking the drug. The more of the drug that comes into the body, the more the chemistry is suppressed.
Alcohol has a biphasic effect on the human body which means that its effects change over time. First, alcohol typically produces feelings of relaxation and cheerfulness then once you drink more and more it can lead to dehydration, coordination problems, blurred vision and even death. One of the worse things I think it causes to your body is dehydration, you need water to stay alive and basically alcohol just sucks it all up. Dehydration can lead to electrolyte an imbalance which is why you get headaches and feel dizzy afterwards. This is also why you get a headache in the morning because your brain swells up from lack of water.