ACONITUM NAPELLUS (acon)

ACONITUM NAPELLUS (acon.)

Аконит

Mind
— FEAR AND PREDICTING DEATH. Convinced they will die, PREDICT THE TIME. Fear of death
during pregnancy, labor.
— FEARS: CROWD, NARROW PLACES, OPEN SPACES,
darkness, elevator, tunnel, heart-disease,
heart will stop, brainstroke, fainting, air plane, earthquake.
— Fearful RESTLESSNESS. — PANIC STATES: Sudden, violent. Like internal earthquake.
With palpitations, red face, vertigo, one sided numbness, faintness, perspiration, trembling, dyspnea.
agg. Midnight to 4 a.m.
agg. 15 to 30 minutes after falling asleep.
agg. On falling asleep (Lach).
agg. Becoming warm in bed.
agg. Twilight (until midnight).
Calm in between the panic states.
— Extroverted. Desire company.
— Anxiety about others. Sympathetic.
— Alternating moods.
— Complains, reproaches. Quarrelsome. Misanthrophy.
— Over-sensitive to noise, light, touch.
— Sad, indifferent; with aversion company.
Generalities
— Extreme excitability of nervous and vascular system.
— Desire open air.
— agg. COLD DRY weather, dry COLD WIND, east wind,
agg. becoming cold when overheated.
— agg. Motion; lying on affected side; touch (esp. during fever).
— agg. FRIGHT, SHOCK; experience of IMMINENT DEATH.
— agg. Twilight.
— amel. Discharges (vomiting, diarrhea).
— Plethoric. local congestions.
— Epilepsy or convulsions.
— Numbness, tingling agg. left side.
— Intolerable pains; stinging, burning. Protects painful part with hands.
Vertigo
— During panic.
— On rising, on attempting to sit up in bed.
Head
— Tormenting headaches, agg. occiput and forehead, with fear of death;after fright; exposure to cold.
— Congestion and fullness, agg. evening; as if enlarged.
— Sensation of boiling inside.
Eye
— Conjunctivitis from cold, dry wind, reflection of snow. Inflammations from injury (Symph.).
— Hot and dry. Red conjunctiva of lids. Profuse lachrymation. Lids hard and swollen.
— PHOTOPHOBIA FROM SUNLIGHT.
— Eyeballs feel enlarged.
— Loss of vision after fright, very cold or hot weather.
Ear
— External ear hot and red; painful sensitivity; noise intolerable.
Nose — Acute smell for unpleasant odors.
— Epistaxis; bright red.
Face
— Anxious expression.
— NEURALGIA, PARALYSIS after dry, cold wind, agg. left side.
— One cheek red, one pale (Cham).
— ONE-SIDED NUMBNESS.
— PALE ON RISING, with faintness.
Mouth
— Numbness and tingling of tongue and lips. Burning.
— Everything tastes bitter except water.
Teeth
— Grinding.
— Pain from dry, cold wind; during pregnancy.
Throat
— Acute inflammations with high fever, dark redness, burning and stinging.
— Swallowing difficult.
Stomach
— Gastritis from drinking cold water when overheated.
— THIRST for large quantities (cold water).
— Burning pain ext. to mouth.
— Pressure as from a stone, ext. to back.
Abdomen
— Acute hepatitis. Splenitis.
— Severe colic with green, watery stool, amel. after stool.
— Tympanitic swelling, burning hot, painful to touch, agg. umbilical region.
Urinary
— RETENTION of urine in NEWBORNS, from FRIGHT; from cold, esp. children, with crying and
restlessness.
— Frequent urination during crisis.
Male genitalia
— Acute orchitis.
Female genitalia
— Acute inflammation ovaries from suppressed menses.
— Suppressed menses, dysmenorrhea from fright, becoming cold.
— Abortion from fright.
Larynx/trachea
— CROUP, in early stage; after cold, dry wind.
Larynx sensitive to touch, inspired air; as if raw.
Respiration
— Hyperventilating with a croupy sound, agonizing, with fear of suffocation.
— Dyspnea from fright, cardiac excitement.
— PSYCHOGENIC DYSPNEA (Lob.). Cough
— Short, dry, hoarse, barking, forcible; from irritation in throat.
Chest
— PALPITATIONS, WITH ANXIETY AND FEAR OF DEATH, RESTLESSNESS; agg. lying.
As if boiling water in chest. As if heart will explode.
— ANGINA. Intense pain in all directions, esp. down left arm; with numbness and tingling.
— Pneumonia, pleurisy.
— Stitches in right side, agg. lying on right side, motion, coughing, breathing.
Extremities
— Acute rheumatism with sensation of enlargement of the part.
— Affections often associated with NUMBNESS, TINGLING.
— Paralysis, from exposure to cold, dry wind, from fright; hysterical.
— Paralysis on waking, unable to move, gives panic.
Sleep
— Restless.
— Nervous sleeplessness, with anxiety, restlessness.
— Nightmares, instead of panic-attack.
— Position: Left side.
Fever
— HIGH FEVER.
Skin
— Jaundice in new-borns.
— Dry.
— Erythema, agg. sun. Erysipelas. Red rash.
— Fine prickings as from needles. Tingling.
Compl.
Arn., Coff., Sulph.
Dd
Arg-n., Ars., Bell., Ferr-p., Op., Phos., Rhus-t., Stram.