Trembling of the body. Prickling or tingling in the limbs, with feeling of heaviness. Weakness, felt more during rest than during motion. Faintness, followed by headache. Parts upon which he lies seem sprained or broken. He seems particularly sensitive to the open air, which seems cold. Respiratory troubles are worse when becoming cold.
Clinical. Valuable for hysterical complaints, with palpitation, suffocative spasms in the chest, constriction of the throat, restlessness, great anxiety, particularly with belching and with belching and flatulent symptoms. Numerous forms of hysterical spasms.
A feeling of rush of blood to the head. Pressing headache, especially in the forehead, with nausea. Vertigo on the slightest motion of the head. A feeling of heaviness of the head. Tension in the occiput, extending into the nape.
Fulness and constriction in the region of the stomach. Pressure in the pit of the stomach extends through to back. Frequent violent eructations of gas.
Fulness, with anxiety and restlessness. Tension and pressure in the abdomen coming from the stomach. Symptoms of incarcerated flatulence.
Dragging towards the genitals as if menstruation, would come
Clinical. Suppressed menstruation, with hysterical spasms, choking in the throat,faintness, etc.
Sudden sensation in upper part of larynx as if it closed on the breath. Difficult respiration, with sticking in the chest; can only take short breaths.
Clinical. Spasms of the laryngeal muscles, with crowing inspiration, aggravated by eating or laughing. Sense of impending suffocation, with spasmodic constriction of the larynx and chest. Spasmodic asthma. Sudden dyspnoea, with violent cough; chest filled with mucus, with rattling and suffocative constriction. Angina pectoris, with extreme tightness of the chest; need to take a long breath. Extreme suffocation, with palpitation and deathly anxiety.
A feeling of cramp in the lungs, making one almost desperate. Suffocative tightness; needs to breathe deeper and more frequently than usual; cannot lie down; gasps for air.
Palpitation. (Sensation of trembling around the heart, with constriction and suffocation.).
Shivering, which begins in the scalp and extends over the whole body.