Author: Jan Scholten
Sensitive to both heat and cold. Weakness, increasing uncertainty of control, stumbling, etc., finally PARALYSIS; of single parts. Atony. Anaesthesia. Stiff joints. Contracted tendons; palms (Natrium muriaticum), hamstrings, etc. Deformities. Atrophy. Jerks of single muscles. Epilepsy, at puberty. Trembling. Burning. Soreness. Rawness; larynx, anus, etc.
Broken down; worn out; wants to die. Hopeless, despondent. Mental tire. Anxious forebodings (felt in head), < in twilight. Reticent. Oversympathetic. Empty behind forehead. Tight scalp. To and fro or nodding motions. Paralysis: of one eyelid (r), throat, bladder, etc. Heavy, drooping eyelids. Continuous eye pain. Diplopia, > looking to right. Objects look large. Cataract. Profuse acrid tears. Much, foul earwax. Echo in ears. Tinnitus. Eruption on lower nose. Prosopalgia, > cold water. Facial paralysis, < opening mouth. Swelling at root of tongue. Throat, < stooping. Urging to swallow, or swallows the wrong way. Greasy eructations. Cramp in rectum on stooping. Anus, prolapses on coughing; small, hard pustules. Stool glistens; difficult, > standing. Stooling easier by standing, but piles < standing. Must sit down to urinate. Insensible urethra or rectum; to solid stools (Alo.). Piles, < walking. Urine retained after labor. URINE SPURTS ON COUGHING; dribbles or passes slowly; > sitting. Menses by day, leucorrhoea by night. Dry, hard cough. Cough from tickling in throatpit (Sep.), or left larynx; incessant; dry night and morning. Can't cough deep enough (Rum.); expectorate slips back again; < heat of bed, stooping, cold air; > sips of cold water. Greasy, ropy, difficult expectoration. Aphonia or hoarseness, in A.M.; of speakers; < stooping; > talking. Sore streak in larynx. Sore chest; vest seems tight. Purring in chest. Wandering chest pains, > pressure. Stiff neck or back on rising; pain goes forward or to thighs. Pain in spine on swallowing. Bursting in fingertips. Cramps in calves, feet or toes. Deep burns and their effects. Skin: cracks; ulcers. Warts, on brows, lids, nose, fingertips; seedy; bleeding; ulcerating. Coldness, not > warmth; causes paralysis, cough, diarrhoea, etc. Sweat about 4. A.M.; profuse, on slight exertion; < open air.
Region: NERVES, Motor; Sensory; MUSCLES, BLADDER; LARYNX; Limbs; Respiration; Skin; Right side, face.
Worse: Air: DRY COLD; Raw; WINDS; Drafts; Extremes of temperature; Stooping; Suppressions; Coffee; 3-4 A;M; OR EVENING; Exertion; Change of weather.
Better: A COLD DRINK (EVEN CHILLS); Washing; Warmth; of bed; Gentle motion.