What you need to know about vegetative states
The vegetative patient can feel completely numb and disoriented, have a hard time moving, have difficulty swallowing and can lose consciousness.
They may also experience a feeling of impending death or loss of consciousness.
A recent study of vegetative patients found that they experience different types of symptoms in different areas of their body, including muscles, skin, the brain and brainstem.
There are a number of possible causes for vegetative symptoms.
The most common is the brainstem or limbic system, which affects the central nervous system, the nervous system of the brain.
This can include a lack of oxygen to the brain, increased activity in the limbic area and a disturbance in the sleep-wake cycle.
Some people with vegetative condition also experience some physical symptoms, such as headaches, nausea, fatigue and tingling in the fingers.
The brainstem is affected by many conditions including Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease and certain conditions linked to the immune system, such and rheumatoid arthritis.
It is also affected by cancer.
Some vegetative sufferers have been reported to have a higher incidence of lung cancer.
There is a link between vegetative and vegetative death.
Some patients die while being treated with anti-tumor drugs and others die when their immune system attacks them.
This may occur when the body is trying to fight off infection.
It can also occur in cases of traumatic brain injury, traumatic brain surgery, drug or alcohol misuse, and other illnesses.
The patient may experience a sense of impending doom and death if they have a stroke or another serious illness, such the flu.
A patient may also feel dizzy and faint after having an episode of pneumonia or other bacterial infection, as well as if they suffer from dementia or Alzheimer’s.
These symptoms may also develop as a result of a lack or difficulty in getting enough oxygen to their brain.
A vegetative person may also be unable to talk and can’t form sentences.
They often feel confused and confused.
A person may experience pain and other symptoms that are similar to the vegetative or vegetative-like state.
Some vegetative people may also have a severe headache, as these symptoms include shortness of breath and dizziness.
These symptoms can also be caused by the loss of the ability to breathe, as a patient can’t take in oxygen.
They can also have an effect on the brain by causing the brain to lose a certain amount of oxygen.
This can cause brain damage, as oxygen can no longer be taken in by the brain or blood vessels in the brain can become blocked, and brain cells can no more function.
There may also arise an infection of the heart or lungs, which can cause severe pain, swelling, bruising, bleeding and internal bleeding.
These conditions can also cause damage to the central or peripheral nervous system and cause severe muscle weakness and loss of sensation.
The symptoms of a vegetative cause can be treated with a combination of medicines and therapy.
A good idea is to see your doctor if your symptoms are not improving.
If you or a loved one is experiencing a vegetate state, it is important to get help quickly.
A team of medical professionals, nurses, physiotherapists and psychologists may be able to help you manage the symptoms of your condition and manage your recovery.