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Calcarea Carbonica - Generalities symptoms - Clarke

Carbonate Of Lime, Calc carb, Calcarea, Calcarea Carbonicum, Calc c, Calcium carbonicum, Calcarea Carbonica Ostrearum, Calcarea Carbonica Hahn. Cal carb, Calcarea carb, calc. carb., cal carb, Calc.


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HPUS indication of Calcarea Carbonica: Overwork
Calcarea Carbonica

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calc Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


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GENERALITIES

Fatigue

Fatigue and nervous weakness, often with paleness of the face, palpitation of the heart, vertigo, shivering, pain in the loins.

Great fatigue after speaking, or after a moderate walk in the open air, as well as after the least exertion, with ready and abundant perspiration.

On walking in the open air, sadness with tears, headache, inflation of the abdomen, palpitation of the heart, sweat, great fatigue, and many other sufferings.

Sleep

Drowsiness in the day and early in the evening.

Retarded sleep and sleeplessness from activity of mind, or in consequence of voluptuous or frightful images, which appear as soon as the eyes are shut.

During sleep, talking, groans, cries, and starts, anxiety which continues after waking, or movements of the mouth, as if one were chewing or swallowing.

Snoring during sleep.

Dreams frequent, vivid, anxious, fantastic, confused, frightful, and horrible; or dreams of sick and dead persons.

Sleep disturbed, with tossing about and frequent waking.

Sleep of too short duration, from eleven in the evening till two or three in the morning only.

Waking too early, sometimes even at midnight.

On waking, lassitude, exhaustion, and desire to sleep, as if the patient had not slept at all.

Fearful of fantastic dreams during sleep.

Sleep and dreams

At night, agitation, asthmatic suffering, anxiety, heat, pains in the stomach and in the precordial region, thirst, beatings of the head, toothache, vertigo, headache, ebullition of the blood, fear of losing the reason, pains in the limbs, and many other sufferings.

Convulsions

Epileptic convulsions, also at night with cries; during the full moon; with hallooing and shouting.

Generalities

Cramps and contractions of the limbs (which draw the limbs crooked), esp. of the fingers and toes.

Wrenching pains.

Pulsative pains.

Shootings and drawing pains in the limbs, chiefly at night, or in summer, and on change of weather.

Stinging and cutting in outer and inner parts.

Arthritic tearing in the muscles.

Arthritic nodosities.

Attacks of torpor and paleness of some parts of the body, which appear as if dead.

Great tendency to strain the back in lifting, often followed by pains in the throat, or stiffness and swelling of the nape of the neck, with headache.

Tendency of the limbs to numbness.

Bleeding from inner parts.

Sensation of dryness of inner parts.

Ebullition of the blood, mostly in plethoric individuals, and often with congestion in the head and chest.

Startings in different limbs.

The symptoms are aggravated or renewed after labouring in the water, as well as in the evening, at night, in the morning, after a meal, and every second day.

The sufferings are periodical and intermittent.

Great uneasiness, which forces the patient to move constantly and to walk much.

Visible quivering of the skin, from the feet to the head, with which he becomes dizzy.

Trembling of the inner parts.

Frequent trembling of the whole body, increased in the open air.

St. Vitus' dance.

Pain, as from a bruise, in the arms and in the legs, and also in the loins, esp. on moving, and on going upstairs.

General uneasiness in the evening, as preceding an attack of intermittent fever.

Want of strength, and dejection, chiefly in the morning early.

Fainting, esp. in the evening, with obscuration of the eyes, sweat on the face, and cold in the body.

Strong desire to be magnetised.

Excessive dejection, sometimes with violent fits of spasmodic laughter.

Tendency in children and young persons to grow very fat.

Bloatedness of the body and of the face, with enlargement of the abdomen, in children.

Emaciation (with swelled abdomen), without failure of appetite.

Great plumpness and excessive obesity.

Sensation of coldness in inner parts.

Great tendency to take cold, and great sensibility to cold and damp air.

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