Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Baryta Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Great weariness and lassitude of the body, so that the almost sinks down, in the evening at eight o'clock.
Much yawning, every morning.
Frequent, violent yawning.
Frequent yawning, while her eyes water.
Yawning, stretching, and drowsiness.
Great drowsiness after dinner, every day.
Great drowsiness in the evening, so that his eyes close.
Sleep and dreams
Sleeplessness at night, from a sensation of great heat.
Frequent awaking, at night, at all hours.
Frequent awaking at night, the child called for its parents.
Although very tired and sleepy when he went to bed, his first sleep was very uneasy and frequently interrupted; the frequently woke up, without any cause.
She wakes up at night more frequently than usual; she feels very hot, she uncovers herself, and her feet ache, as if she had been standing for days; this passes off after rising and walking.
All night, frequent drawing in the ear.
In the morning's nap, saliva runs from the mouth.
Violent colic awakes him at midnight.
Pain in the lower limbs at night, as if he had been exhausted by excessive walking or dancing.
Fainting sensation, at night; she had to vomit violently, and felt qualmish even the following day (2d night).
Anxious, in the evening in bed; she had to open her nightdress.
In a weeping mood, at night.
Extravagant fancies and stupefaction, at night, as in a fever.
In the morning, on awaking, he is as it were stupefied.
Not refreshed by his afternoon nap; heavy, as if bruised, the head is painfully muddled; constant yawning (aft. 4 h.).
In the morning, on awaking, he feels in no way strengthened by his sleep; his limbs were weary as if bruised; improved after rising.
Dreams, nearly every night.
Confused dreams, for several nights, so that in the morning, on rising, she has first to collect her thoughts.
Confused dreams, with uneasy sleep, frequent awakings, and great weariness, so that he soon falls asleep again.
She dreams about things chaotically confused.
Vivid, adventurous dreams.
Anxious dreams, nearly every night, and restless sleep.
Anxious dreams, at night, and heaviness of the head, in the morning.
Dreams about dead people (which, however, did not cause him any fear), and murmuring in his sleep (1st n.).
Dreadful dreams about fire and the like (aft. 8 d.).
Dreadful dream, from which she awoke in a sweat.
Starting up, as from terror, in the evening, on going to sleep, so that it caused the whole body to start up.
The ailments (tearing, drawing, dull, threatening pain) in the head and in the limbs are most felt on the left side.
Many troubles come on when sitting, are relieved when standing, and pass off by motion.
Many troubles vanish in the open air.
A small wound often makes trouble, e.g., a finger which had a splinter in it, which has been extracted, does not heal up; it suppurates and throbs, so that she cannot sleep for it at night.
Great sensitiveness to cold (aft. 12 d.).
Liability to take cold, and from it, especially inflammation of the throat.
Colds cause sore throat; a sharp lancinating pain on swallowing (aft. 7 d.).
Taking a walk is troublesome to him; but the farther he went, the easier it became.
From taking a walk, headache.
After the (customary) walk, colic, and then an exhausting night-sweat (aft. 5 d.).
On taking a walk, the right foot gets cold, and he has tension in the calf.
A little walk tires him very much; he has to sleep immediately after it.
When lying down, the weakness, which shows itself as heaviness, is least insupportable.
Great weariness; he would like to continually lie or sit down.
Lack of steadiness and strength; his knees give way in standing, the spine is painful, especially in the lumbar region, as if he had been taking a long ride on horseback; he feels uncomfortable in the whole body, and would body, and would like to sit continually, or rather still to lie down; not to stand, rather to walk.
Quivering through the whole body, in the morning on rising.
Drowsy weariness, in the forenoon.
She cannot help falling asleep in the afternoon, and nods continually.
Late in falling asleep in the evening, and then uneasy sleep, with dreams.
In the evening, the thought, that she had during the day made up her mind to sleep very soundly during the night, kept her from going to sleep.≡ more ...