Symptoms of Coma
The main symptom of coma is unconsciousness.
Symptoms of coma include-
- Unconsciousness. The patient may appear to be in a deep sleep.
- The patient is unresponsive to external stimuli- strong tactile (painful), or verbal stimuli.
- The patient may exhibit spontaneous body movements- shake or jerk abnormally, or the eyes may move.
- Inability to open the eyes.
- Breathing may be affected in severe coma.
- A coma does not have a sleep-wake cycle.