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Signs & Signals of sudden illness

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by Albert Dusseault on 17 March 2011

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Transcript of Signs & Signals of sudden illness

Signs and Signals
for Sudden Illness There are a lot of common symptoms for sudden illnesses They are: * Changes in consciousness, such as feeling lightheaded, dizzy, or becoming unconscious
* Nausea or vomiting
* Difficulty speaking or slurred speech
* Numbness or weakness
* Loss of vision or blurred vision
* Changes in breathing. The person may have trouble breathing or may not be breathing normally
* Changes in skin color
* Sweating
* Persistent pressure or pain
* Diarrhea
* Seizures
* Paralysis or inability to move
* Severe headache -Specifics- Fainting -
Losing consciousness
Light headedness
Blacking out Diabetes -
Tiredness
Seizures
Common symptoms listed earlier Seizures -
Rigidness
Blurred vision
Vomiting
Change in concsiousness
Defacation Stroke -
Slurred Speech
Lack of feeling in half the face
Lack of feeling in one arm
Unnatural fatigue
Cold sweat (women)
Pain around the torso Substance abuse -
Behavioral changes not otherwise explained
Sudden mood changes
Restlessness, talkativeness, irritability
Altered consciousness
Slurred speech, poor coordinationMoist or flushed skin
Chills, nausea, vomiting
Dizziness, confusion
Irregular pulse
Irregular breathing
Loss of consciousness Poisoning -
Nausea and vomiting
Diarrhea
Chest or abdominal pain
Trouble breathing
Sweating
Changes in consciousness
Seizures
Headache
Dizziness
Weakness
Irregular pupil size
Burning or tearing eyes
Abnormal skin color
Burns around the lips, tongue, or on the skin Poisons can be inhaled, absorbed, injected, or swallowed. So be on the watch out for poisonous/venemous animals while outside.
(Snakes, spiders, insects, scorpians, and marine life like: jellyfish, sea anemone, stingrays, and the Portuegese man-of-war)
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