If a person seems uncharacteristically confused or disoriented, they should see a medical professional promptly. Confusion can be a sign of life-threatening conditions like stroke, and a sudden onset of confusion should be taken seriously.
- Confusion can have multiple causes and should be evaluated by a healthcare professional. Potential factors include medication side effects, infections (such as urinary tract infections or respiratory infections), metabolic imbalances (such as electrolyte abnormalities or low blood sugar), dehydration, sleep deprivation, substance abuse or withdrawal, neurological conditions, or acute medical conditions (such as stroke or head injury).
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