Author: William Boericke
Acts principally on nervous system, producing a bewildered, confused state. Symptoms of incoordination and paralysis. Locomotor ataxia. Tired in the morning.
Mind: Great depression; worse in morning or evening. Cannot study. Cross, irritable, restless. Bewildered. Mental confusion and apathy. Desires to be alone. Difficulty in concentrating mind, absent-minded. Lack of ambition. Defective expression in writing. Restlessness and aimless wandering. Must concentrate his mind on walking.
Head: Diplopia. Burning in eyes. Cracking of lower lip.
Throat: Aches. Feels dull. Sore with nausea. Pharynx dark, swollen, glazed.
Respiratory: Weight on chest in region of ensiform cartilage. Constriction as of a wide band. Soreness of chest under sternum. Oppression.
Extremities: Weakness of limbs. Pain in left sciatic nerve. Cramps of muscles on front of leg while walking.