It produces paresis of the pneumo-gastric nerve interfering with respiration and producing profuse secretion in bronchial tubes. Suffocation on falling to sleep or on awakening. Asthma and emphysema with dilated heart. Rattling breathing. Bronchorrhoea with tenacious, whitish expectoration. Cannot breathe when lying down. Cutting sore pain in the region of spleen extending to hips. Spleen enlarged. Cheyne Stroke respiration.
Falling to sleep. Motion. In the dark.