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Calcarea Carbonica - Generalities symptoms - Hahnemann

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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Anxious trembling, with lassitude.

Worn-out feeling and lassitude in the limbs, especially in the knees.

He soon becomes very tired, during bodily exertion.

Unusual lassitude, relieved by walking.

Great general lassitude, in the evening, for half an hour.

Weariness with yawning (aft. 4 d.).

Frequent yawning.

Long continued, almost interminable yawning, and then a shaking throbbing in the head, abdomen and chest, with severe heat in the face.

Constant yawning, with drowsiness (aft. 4d.).

Constant yawning, as if he had not finished sleeping (aft. 56 h.).

Drowsiness, in the morning.

Still sleepy and tired in the morning when he should rise, he can hardly rouse himself.

Drowsiness during the way and weariness; he went to sleep several times in the forenoon (aft. 9 d.).

The whole day, very tired and sleepy (aft. 11 d.).

During the day, sleepy and fatigued, with chill and headache.

Very drowsy, weary in daytime; but he cannot get to sleep.

Sleep and dreams

Often very late in getting to sleep, in the evening.

He cannot get to sleep before 2 or 3 A.M.

She cannot get to sleep at night, and when asleep, she yet wakes up soon again.

She cannot get to sleep, if she goes to bed late; she is as it were taken from her rest.

He cannot get to sleep in the evening for a long time; he feels too hot, though he is only lightly covered, in a cold room (aft. 11 d.).

He could hardly get to sleep all night, tossed about, and perspired all over his body (aft. 10 h.).

The tossed about in bed all night.

On account of his vivacity of mind, he cannot get to sleep before midnight.

Difficulty in getting to sleep, for involuntary abundance of thoughts.

He cannot get to sleep in the evening for a long time, nor rid himself of his thoughts, which are in part wanton, in part vexatious; they even follow him still in the morning on awaking.

Restless wakefulness, in the evening in bed, full of horrible fantastic visions (6th night).

Before going to sleep in the evening, anxious thoughts, which passed and came again; the also supposed the objects around to be different from what they were, feared the dark and endeavored to look into the light; all of this ceased on the passage of flatus.

On going to sleep, fantastic delusion, as if she heard a rumbling and rattling above her bed, which caused her to shudder.

As soon as she closes her eyes at night, fantastic visions appear before her imagination.

On closing her eyes, horrible faces appear to her.

On lying down in the evening, as soon as she has laid down her head, dull toothache for an hour, then sleep.

Before going to sleep, in the evening in bed, palpitation and oppression anxiety.

On going to sleep in the evening, a starting up of the whole of the upper part of the body, with jerks, extending even to the head; then humming and hissing in the ear.

At night, very anxious and fantastic, she is frightened in her dream and is anxious about it with trembling, even after she wakes up (aft. 20 d.).

At night, anguish, as if she was or was becoming insane; then for some minutes a febrile rigor, and then a sensation in the body as if she was annihilated, beaten to pieces.

Horrible things appear to her at night, which she cannot ward off.

At night, soon often going to sleep, the raises himself in bed, unconsciously, but with open eyes, occupying himself with his hands.

At night, much orgasm of blood, and many dreams.

At night, orgasm in the blood, with uneasy sleep, chiefly during the menses.

At night, with uneasy sleep, palpitation of the heart.

At night, internal heat, especially in the feet and hands, and in the morning dry tongue, without thirst, with external heat of the head (6th, 7th d.).

At night, violent vertigo, with flitting before her eyes, continuing till noon.

In the night, stupefaction of the head, at which he wakes up; these become continually more severe, almost to fainting, the trembling of the limbs and continual lassitude, so that he cannot go to sleep again.

Every night, on awaking, itching of the head.

At night, a tearing pain in the gums, and on biting the teeth together, sensation as of looseness of the teeth.

At night, boring drawing pain in most of the molars.

Nocturnal toothache, more like pressure or a rush of blood to the teeth, beginning immediately on lying down (the first three nights).

At night, when lying down, severe eructation; she had to rise up to be relieved.

At night, on awaking, eructation.

At night, cramp of the stomach, from which he awakes.

At night, much colic, without diarrhoea (aft. 12 d.).

For many nights, much accumulation of flatus in the abdomen (aft. 5 d.).

At night, at the beginning of sleep, the shoulder-joint becomes stiff; he has to lay his arms over his head.

At night, a twitching or lancinating pain in the arm and wrist, hindering him from sleeping.

At night, lassitude in the knees.

At night, burning in the soles of the feet.

At night, drawing pain in the feet, from which he awakes.

In sleep, she laid her arms above her head.

Snoring groans, the whole night, in a slumber without remembrance and from which he cannot be awaked, with constant tossing; before gong to sleep, copious sweat in the face.

In sleep, he often chews, and then swallows.

At the noon siesta, palpitation while sitting up, at which he awakes.

Talking, in a sleep full of a dreams (aft. 10 d.).

Talking in sleep, in a giddy confusion, with uneasiness from dreams and heat.

Crying out at night, in an uneasy sleep.

Uneasy sleep, with sweat.

Uneasy sleep toward morning (aft. 15 d.).

Uneasiness of body does not allow her to lie long in one place.

Uneasy half-sleep, at night, with dry heat, confusion in the head, as in fever, and constant awaking.

Uneasy sleep, with talking in sleep and frequent awaking.

Frequent awaking from sleep.

While tossing about, he often awakes from sleep; he thinks, the got turned around in his bed.

Frequent awaking from sleep, as from disturbance.

Frequent awaking from sleep, as if he had done sleeping.

Short sleep, she cannot sleep after 12 o'clock, but tosses about restlessly.

Sleeps only from 11 P.M. to 2 or 3 A.M.; then she cannot sleep any more, but remains wide awake.

Anxious awaking after midnight, with heavy breathing (aft. 12 d.).

Anxious awaking during the night, frequently from anxious dreams (aft. 36 h.).

Screaming and starting up, from anxious dreams.

Starting up frightened, in the evening, soon after going to sleep, till she becomes wide awake.

The child raises itself up in its bed after midnight, crying; Father! it commences to cry and wishes to jump up; the more it is talked to, the worse is its screaming and opposition; it rolls on the floor and does not wish to be touched.

On waking up, in the morning, confused in the head.

On awaking in the morning, numb feeling in the head, with quivering throughout the body and rush of blood to the head.

On awaking in the morning, after an uneasy sleep, orgasm in the blood, several mornings (during the first days).

On awaking in the morning from an uneasy sleep, he feels the blood coursing in all the blood-vessels, which are also distended, with sensation of bruisedness all over the body.

On awaking in the morning, he is unrefreshed.

On awaking from a deep sleep in the morning, very much exhausted, so that the slumberous state continued even after rising from bed.

Sleep at night, full of dreams.

Vivid dreams, every night.

Vivid, confused dreams, which he does not remember.

Vivid dreams, full of contentions and quarrels.

Many vivid dreams of former occurrences, with long, deer sleep in the morning.

Confused, anxious dreams.

Half-wakeful dreams, in the evening, soon after going to sleep, with great anxiety.

Anxious and frightful dreams, of which he cannot rid himself after awaking.

Anxious dreams, that he was bitten by a dog, on which he wakes up, then he goes to sleep again and wakes up again over an equally anxious dream, and thus several times every night.

Several anxious dreams in one night, seven nights in succession.

Anxious dream of fire and murder, toward morning.

Frightful dreams the whole night, and at last a voluptuous dream, with a (very rare) pollution (aft. 10 d.)

Frightful dream, as of falling down or being cast down.

Horrible, fearful dreams.

Dreams of dead persons and of cadaverous smells.

Dreams of sick men and corpses, with violent weeping, while sleeping (a woman who else never dreams).

Quick pulse, without sensation of fever.


All over the body, a sensation of painful tension.

Quivering of the muscles.

Painless twitching of single limbs, in daytime.

Single, involuntary movements and jerks in the right thigh, in the left shoulder and the left arm.

Drawing pressure in the joints.

Painless drawing in the limbs, in the afternoon.

Tearing in the limbs.

Tearing in the arms and legs, but always only in a small spot.

Burning in the palms and the soles of the feet.

Stitches in the upper arms, under the arms, in the back and in the lower limbs.

The hands and feet go to sleep.

The parts on which he was sitting, during his afternoon siesta, went to sleep.

Paralytic pain as from a bruise of the bony shafts and of the joints of the lower limbs, as also of the sacrum, while moving; also while sitting and standing, the sacrum pains as if bruised, and the muscles of the legs are painful to the touch.

He is apt to get strained; heavy lifting gives him at once pain in the sacrum.

The pains are very violent, but pass by quickly.

His chronic ailments is worse and better every other day.

After working and washing in water, the ailments are aggravated and renewed.

Orgasms of blood.

Twice in succession, warm rushes of blood from the scrobiculus cordis, extending to the head.

Very much heated, in the morning, after rising.

Rush of blood to the head and chest, after painful stiffness in the spine.

Rush of blood to the head, with discharge of blood at the anus, for several days in succession.

He feels the need of walking much.

Restlessness, so that she had to move the hands and feet.

Great restlessness, in the evening, especially in the legs; he cannot let them lie still.

Restless motion in the whole body, owing to incomplete eructation.

Trembling in the morning.

Continual trembling of the body, which became worse, when the came into the open air.

Great clumsiness of the body.

Sensation of illness in the whole body; she has to spit much, and shuns the open air (aft. 22 d.).

Great desire to be mesmerized.

Uneasiness in the evening, as before an attack of chills and fever.

Much affected; the hands and feet often cold, paleness of the face and frequent palpitation; all of which was removed by bodily exercise.

Attack of the nature of a general breaking down, with numb feeling in the head, vertigo, pain of the sacrum, and chill over the whole body, for six hours (aft. 22 d.).

So much frightened at a little prick on her finger from a needle, that she feels sick; her tongue, lips, and hands, quite white and cold, with coldness of the forehead and of the face, with obscuration of the vision, restlessness, rush of heat and trembling; she had to lie down (mesmerizing helped her quickly) (aft. 18 d.).

While it became black before his eyes, he was suddenly overcome in the evening (form 7 to 9 o'clock) for four times by a sweet sleep, with nausea, continuing even after lying down, but without vomiting.

Fainting fit, in the evening, while things become black before her eyes, while sitting down.

Fainting fit, with coldness and indistinct vision (aft. 3 d.).

Fainting fit, with large drops of sweat on the face.

Very weak.

Weakness in the thighs and groins, in walking.

After walking, he is wearied even to fever, and is seized by chilliness and thirst after it.

In taking a walk, great asthenia, especially in the lower extremities, with languid sweat.

She could not go up stairs, and was quite exhausted from it (aft. 14 d.).

She becomes weak from talking; she has to cease.

Weakness in daytime, so that she hardly knew how to endure the oppressed, anxious state; only the breathing of the fresh open air improved and strenghtened her (aft. 12 d.).

She lay for ten days entirely worn out and languid, so that she could neither move nor occupy herself; with the most violent spasms of laughter.

Fit of epilepsy; while occupied in manual labor, he suddenly fell over to the ground to one side unconscious, and found himself, on returning to consciousness, lying down with outstretched arms; then followed heat and some perspiration (aft. 9 d.).

Great sensitiveness to cold air; the feet are, as it were, dead in the evening.

At a slight sensation of cold air, goose-skin on the thighs and legs, even so that it was painful.

The damp open air does not agree with her; her skin is immediately affected by it.

Great tendency to catch cold.

Symptoms of a cold; stiffness of the nape of the neck and of the cervical muscles, stinging in the neck and head, above the eyes, and cough (soon).

Every time she walks out in the open air, she become sad and has to weep.

On taking a walk in the open air, pressive headache in the crown, lasting till going to sleep.

On taking a walk, visible inflation of the abdomen.

During a walk, palpitation and pain in the chest (aft. 19 d.).

While walking out, a sensation of drawing through the whole body, extending to the head, compelling her to sit down (aft. 30 d.).

After taking a walk in the open air, a boring pain, externally in the left side of the forehead.

After a walk, feels unwell, hoarse, with tightness of chest.

Inclination to stretch in the morning.

Not easily roused, in the morning, on awaking.

Great sleepiness in the morning, with peevishness, and pressive headache about the whole of the forehead (aft. 2 d.).

At noon, a very long sleep.

In the evening, sleepy very early (aft. 3 h.).

In the evening, drowsy weariness in all the limbs with chill; he cannot keep off sleep, but yet he did not sleep soundly, but kept waking up, for sixteen hours; in the morning much sweat, and dryness in the throat, without thirst (aft. 4 d.).

In the evening great sleepiness and peevishness.

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