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  1. ... is not caused by the hepatitis C or B virus or chronic alcohol use. A diagnosis of cryptogenic cirrhosis is typically ...
  2. ... TD, Pickering RP, Kerridge BT, Ruan WJ, Huang B, Jung J, Zhang H, Fan A, Hasin DS. Prevalence of 12-Month Alcohol Use, High-Risk Drinking, and DSM-IV Alcohol ...
  3. ... factors include heart disease, low blood volume (hypovolemia), alcohol use, ... or drugs that help remove water and salt from the body (diuretics).The non- ...
  4. ... studied include long-term infection with viral hepatitis B or C, scarring of the liver (cirrhosis), and chronic diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease and diabetes. Researchers suspect that certain lifestyle factors, including smoking, alcohol use, and obesity, may also contribute to the ...
  5. ... throughout life. In some adults, myoclonus improves with alcohol consumption, which can lead to affected individuals self-medicating and developing alcohol use disorder.People with myoclonus-dystonia often develop ...
  6. ... to liver damage resembling the damage caused by alcohol abuse, but that occurs in people who do ...
  7. ... and severity of signs and symptoms of porphyria. Alcohol, smoking, certain drugs, hormones, other illnesses, stress, and ... an increased amount of iron in the liver, alcohol consumption, smoking, hepatitis C or HIV infection, or ...
  8. ... foods such as bananas and potatoes, stress, fatigue, alcohol, pregnancy, exposure to hot or cold temperatures, certain ...
  9. ... by exercise or entering a warm room. Ingesting alcohol or spicy foods may also trigger an episode. ...
  10. ... of abnormal movement that are brought on by alcohol, caffeine, stress, fatigue, menses, or excitement or develop ...
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