Author: Cyrus Boger
Acute senses with heavy or paralytic, muscular relaxation. Too weak to hold up head, stand or even speak. Paralysis. Tremor; intention; of head; lower jaw. Cramps; in masseters; abdomen; dysmenorrhoeal; in heart. Benumbed. Spasms. Alternations. EMPTY, HOLLOW FEELING. Weak, nervous women, < menses. Vomiting with syncope. Hysterical asthma. Hysteria. Sensitive to cold.
Dazed; things seem unreal. Slow grasp. Easily offended. Extremely sad, taciturn and peevish. VERTIGO; in forehead; in morning; with nausea; with palpitation; < raising head. Heavy head. Occiput; aches; < lying on it; > bending backward; OPENS AND SHUTS. Throat tickles; with lachrymation. Speaks or swallows with difficulty. Loathing. Nausea; rising into head. Retching. VOMITING. Train and sea sickness. Abdomen seems full of sharp stones; bloated. Colic; twisting (wind); nervous; hysterical; with faintness; with salivation. Clutching in uterus. Depleting menses; < standing on tip toe; replaced by gushes of leucorrhoea. Weak neck. SPINAL WEAKNESS; < lumbar; < walking. Paraplegia. Limbs go to sleep, < grasping objects. Alternations between arms. Humerus feels broken. Hands numb; alternately hot and cold. Knees weak; cracking. Clumsy gait. Sleepless, from mental or physical exhaustion. Drowsy. Low fever. Sweaty.
Region: SENSORIUM; Cerebro-spinal axis, OCCIPUT; Lumbar; Muscles; Female sexual organs; One side.
Worse: Motion, BOAT; CARS; Carriage; Slight causes, Loss of sleep; Exertion; Pain; Noise; Touch; Emotions; Anxiety; Cold; Open air; Eating; During menses.