…..headache. Shaking may become apparent as the condition worsens, and they may complain of feeling weak and hungry. Deterioration can be rapid, and they may appear drunk with slurred speech accompanied by clumsy movements. Behaviour changes may be evident, resulting in confusion, aggression, and an inability to focus on a specific subject or follow simple instructions. Eventually, if the developing condition is not addressed, the person will become unresponsive, and seizures may commence.
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