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Hallucinations and Type 1 Diabetes

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Mentioned Together
0.03% of the posts that mention Type 1 Diabetes also mention Hallucinations (34 posts)

Hallucinations

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(Hallucination)
hallucination, in broadest sense of the word, is a perception in the absence of a stimulus (physiology). In a stricter sense, hallucinations are defined as perceptions in a conscious and awake state in the absence of external stimuli which have qualities of real perception, in that they are vi... Read more on Wikipedia

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Type 1 Diabetes

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(Type 1 diabetes mellitus)
Diabetes mellitus type\n 1 (Type\n 1 diabetes, T1DM, IDDM, or, formerly, juvenile diabetes) is a form of diabetes mellitus that results from autoimmune destruction of insulin-producing beta cells of the pancreas. The subsequent lack of insulin leads to increased blood and urine glucose.... Read more on Wikipedia

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What patients are saying about Hallucinations and Type 1 Diabetes

34 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
If someone was a Type 1 diabetic, would we tell them to...
...not habit forming and neuro-damaging. If someone was a Type 1 diabetic, would we tell them to use prayer and an ...they are seeing a Jinn they are most likely hallucinating and need medical...
is not a hallucinogenic ingredient. They are...
...say the medicinal compound in question, cannabidiol, is not a hallucinogenic ingredient. They are calling for human trials to be ...who found that symptoms of type 1 diabetes can also be help...
is not a hallucinogenic ingredient. They are calling for...
...the medicinal compound in question, cannabidiol, is not a hallucinogenic ingredient. They are calling for human trials to be ...who found that symptoms of type 1 diabetes can also be helped b...
headaches, hallucinations and paranoia just to name a...
...so many symptoms, migraine headaches, hallucinations and paranoia just to name a ...Celiac Disease.  I also have Type I Diabetes, Hashimotos Disease, Fibromyalgia and Gluten...
conditions:   IDDM Other drugs taken:   insulin   Side...
...of 8 days Other conditions:   IDDM Other drugs taken:   insulin   Side ...insomnia, anxiety, hyperglycemia, headaches, mild hallucinations, water retention, difficulty concentrating, memory...
but my father has juvenile diabetes and I have been dealing...
...professional but my father has juvenile diabetes and I have been dealing ...many different things that can happen...hallucinations, personality change, aggression, etc.  The person...
Fully insulin dependent. So the anti-psychotics don't help...
Thanks. I have sleep apnea and Diabetes too. Fully insulin dependent. So the anti-psychotics don't help my diabetes at all. ...about it. I have had hallucinations with all of my senses,...
with type-1 diabetes are diagnosed following an episode...
...40 percent of children with type-1 diabetes are diagnosed following an episode ...of consciousness with some weird hallucinations thrown in. I spent two...
with severe hallucinations all the time. the hospital...
...been suffering with severe hallucinations all the time. the ...peg. he is a type 1 diabetic also. the hallucinations are really worrying us ...cause of the hallucinations but they are...
is not a hallucinogenic ingredient. They are calling for...
...the medicinal compound in question, cannabidiol, is not a hallucinogenic ingredient. They are calling for human trials to be ...who found that symptoms of type 1 diabetes can also be helped b...
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