Most of the time concentration problems in the Care recipient (cr) do not require immediate care however in some cases concentration difficulty may be a symptom of a life-threatening condition consider seeking immediate care if the cr shows some of these life-threatening symptoms including

Try: Change in level of consciousness or alertness such as passing out or unresponsiveness change in mental status or sudden behavior change such as confusion delirium lethargy hallucinations or delusions slurred speech or inability to speak high fever high-pitched shrill cries in an infant or small child paralysis or inability to move a body part poor feeding unusual sleepiness or irritability in a child or infant seizure stiff or rigid neck sudden change in vision loss of vision or eye pain trauma to the head

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Keywords: Concentration focus

*This information is listed as a Tip and is not explicitly medically licensed

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