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Head pressure / mental symptoms

I have follow-up appointment next saturday. I've been quite badly stressed and anxious, chronically and now acutely as well. These days I've had bad anger bouts, all emotions tend to be very physical. Now the anger has turned into constant head flushing/redness/elevated blood pressure (130-140/90, varies though) and head pressure. The head pressure has gotten worse and I feel very hot in my upper body, face, head, chest tightness. 25th august I took lycopodium 30C. I can't tell if it has helped or done something. Right now I've had to cool down this heat with Chinese herbs/'cold' foods, also have valerian. I'm pretty sure it has something to do with liver. I can't say what is the direction, I hope all the crap is coming out! But how to know what is the process direction?
I can take this emotionally and psychologically, it's just physical body that I'm a little worried about. If my blood pressure is somewhat ok, is there any acute harm having bad head pressure? Thanks for reading.
  bamboopaul on 2006-09-13
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Some meds for angry people are :

1. Bryonia...frontal headaches
2. Phosphorus..frequent colds settled in chest
3. Nux Vomica
4. Natrum Mur.. (also for high BP)
5. Staphysagria...
Blackened teeth...like to mastarbate

Querrelsome people, who like to be wrapped up a lot as they feel cold all the time and have unhealthy skin:
Hepar Sulph.

Check Drug pictures of these meds and see which one matches you.

Best / Pankaj Varma
PANKAJ VARMA last decade

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