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Excited delirium refers to individuals in a state of temporary mental confusion and clouded consciousness who display unusual, bizarre behavior and may be emotionally charged, under the influence of a drug, mentally ill, or affected by a combination of these factors.
The box said a threesecond blast would "cause loss of balance and muscle control, total mental confusion and disorientation leaving him dazed".
Further evidence of the men of Ruby's inability to cope with mental confusion, anger, and problems that threaten their rigid, proud self-images lies in Deacon's reaction to the dispute over the Oven inscription.
In most other cases, people bitten by a mosquito carrying the virus suffer fever, headaches, stiffness in the neck, mental confusion or stupor, and muscular convulsions or weakness.
can throw the average person into a state of mental confusion when it comes out of the blue from a pen-wielding stranger.
Shivering stops; muscles tighten; experience mental confusion and unconsciousness.
Acute exposure to elemental mercury vapor is characterized by euphoria, irritability, anxiety, and emotional lability, whereas chronic exposure results in mental confusion, altered level of consciousness, and permanent tremor (LaDou 1997; Letz et al.
Within 15 to 30 minutes a person can experience mental confusion, dizziness, hot and cold spells, nausea, inability to speak clearly, decreased blood pressure, drowsiness and amnesia.
Researchers identified several acute clinical issues that could cause complications for patients recovering from hip fractures, including abnormal vital signs, mental confusion, heart or lung problems, and an inability to eat.
According to author and registered dietitian Laura Pawlak, a loss of as little as 2 percent of body fluid can imbalance a dancer's brain chemistry to the point of creating mental confusion and loss of coordination and balance.
They begin with headache, shortness, of breath, dizziness, fatigue, mental confusion and difficulty thinking, and loss of fine hand-eye coordination.
The lawsuit, filed in 1998, alleged that faulty aircraft and parts designs allowed toxic fumes into the aircraft cabins, thus causing headaches, nausea, mental confusion and other health problems among the flight attendants.