1. – Very irritable, inclined to be angry.
1. – Brain fag and neurasthenia, especially sexual; great mental and physical prostration from reading, writing, or any attempt at mental labour.
1. – Great pain in root of tongue when swallowing.
1. – Delirious talking, eyes wide open, face red and puffed up.
1. – Acid dyspepsia; from milk, which sours; from cabbage, potatoes and other gross food.
1. – Excessive fullness and distension of the abdomen, with flatulence, relieved by eructations.
1. – Nervous and organic affections of the lungs and heart, characterized by spasmodic contractions of the throat and chest, causing suffocative attacks, extreme dyspnoea, slow, irregular pulse, and great nervous excitement.
1. – Sleeplessness, especially in anaemic patients, or nervous persons who are exhausted but irritable.
1. – Vertigo; throbbing in the head and all over the body; tremor of the heart; fainting; worse immediately after rising from a seat, or bed; or by sitting or lying down after slight exercise.
1. – Abundant flow of corrosive tears, almost blinding him.