Author: Jan Scholten
Poor reaction. Spasmodic, nervous effects; laughter, hiccough, shuddering, etc. Twitchings. Chokings. FAINTS. Hysteria. Buzzing, squeezing or plug-like sensations. Globus.
Hurried, tremulous and awkward. Anger; talks excitedly or scolds until she faints. Fears noise, dying, etc. Imaginary sufferings. Nervous shuddering. Headache, with coldness, faintness and polyuria. One cheek red, but cold (Fer.), other pale and hot. Blue lips. Violent eructations. Tympany. Sudden nervous suffocation or anxious palpitation; wants a deep breath; < becoming cold (Act-sp.); > belching. Cramp in lungs. Sleepy by day; sleepless at night; wakes every minute. So sensitive, cold air makes him shudder. Shivering on scalp. Cold skin. Burning heat, with restlessness.
Region: NERVES, SENSORY; Genital; Respiration; Circulation.
Worse: Excitement; Cold; Suppressions, menses, etc.
Better: Open air.