The confusion and disorientation may be the best-known symptoms, but delirium also affects the working of the mind in many other ways. Someone in this condition could experience frightening hallucinations. They could easily become paranoiac and seek continual reassurances from close family and friends. Sometimes they become noticeably lethargic and seem inclined to avoid company. Doctors also note how this state of confusion tends to worsen at night.
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