Author: Jan Scholten
Prostration of mind, mental exhaustion, brain fag. Lack of mental activity.
Abused, lost illusions, obsessive.
Nervous: convulsions, drawing of the arms to the middle of the body, flexure of the fingers, opisthotonos, left side; muscles in tonic contraction, spasms, at first violently clonic, diminishing with each succeeding convulsion until they became little more than tremors; loss of voluntary motion; tetanus.
Head: dizziness, headache.
Eyes: pupils dilated, responded steadily to bright light.
Throat: burning along digestive tract, especially oesophagus.
Lungs: breathing slow and stertorous.
Stomach: nausea and vomiting, at end of which he fell into a convulsion.
Abdomen: sense of swelling and flatulence about bowels.