obnubilation


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obnubilation

(ɒbˌnjuːbɪˈleɪʃən)
n
(Medicine) med the obscuring or dimming of awareness or mental faculties
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Regarding the mental confusion that is linked to uncertainty states, obnubilation, and indecision (42), the findings indicate that the athletes' normal status was expected (6).
This way, the voluntary or even negligent intoxication, never for the purpose of committing delinquency, causes either a significant obnubilation in the offender's capacity for understanding the scope of the acts committed or a likewise significant relaxation of the inhibitory brakes, in other words, of the capacity for directing one's behaviour in accordance with standards norms of socialization (SSC dated December 5, 2005, November 19, 2008 and July 6, 2011).
Les signes : la peau devient tres seche, le pouls s'accelere et les signes mentaux apparaissent : une grande fatigue, des cephalees, des vertiges, crampes et des sueurs, on note une obnubilation, delire agite, agressivite, diminution de la tension arterielle, elevation de la temperature corporelle qui peut depasser 40C.