Confusion is a mental symptom where a person is confused or disoriented. Causes of acute confusion may include alcohol intoxication, hypoglycemia (e.g. diabetic hypo), stroke or mini-stroke, head injury (concussion), and acute poisoning. Other causes include dementia disorders, memory disorders, and various other causes.
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- Hypoglycemic Attack: A hypoglycemic attack is a sudden episode of faintness and other symptoms caused by low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). The most
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- Stroke: A stroke is a brain event that is a medical emergency. If you are concerned that you or someone with
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- Transient Ischemic Attack: Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA), also called a mini-stroke, occurs where a person has all the symptoms of a stroke
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- Head injury: Head injury involves any type of injury to the head and/or brain. Any injury to the head or brain
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- Concussion: Concussion is a brain injury causing a temporary loss of consciousness. The usual cause is a brain or head injury
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