Some of the conditions that may cause hallucinations include migraine coma, schizoaffective disorder, psychotic disorder, schizophreniform disorder, Charles Bonnet syndrome and delirium tremens. Hallucinations are a kind... More »

A wide variety of medications can potentially cause hallucinations as a side effect, according to Medindia. Examples of these medications include analgesic drugs such as aspirin and oxycodone, as well as decongestants su... More »

Prescription drugs that can cause hallucinations include Lunesta, Ertapenem, Lafutidine, Tolterodine and Scopolamine, according to Drugs.com, Medindia, RxList and MedlinePlus. Lunesta is a hypnotic and treats insomnia, s... More »

Benzodiazepines are the preferred pharmacological family with which to treat alcohol withdrawal symptoms like seizures and delirium tremens, which can pose serious risks both to long-term health and to a patient's immedi... More »

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Some diseases that cause red eyes include keratitis, blepharitis, scleritis and subconjunctival hemorrhage, states Mayo Clinic. Red eyes result from inflammation, causing expansion of blood vessels on the surface of the ... More »

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Some diseases that cause body odor are trimethylaminuria and bromhidrosis, according to Medscape and MedicineNet. Trimethylaminuria is an error of metabolism associated with the smell of rotting fish. Bromhidrosis is bod... More »

Some of the most common causes of nail detachment include injury, skin conditions, fungal infections, medication, diseases and chemicals, according to National Institutes of Health. Nails are formed from dead cells, whic... More »