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Natrum Carbonicum - Generalities symptoms - Hahnemann

Carbonate Of Sodium, Nat-carb, Natrium carbonicum, Nat Carb, natcarb, Nat-c.


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HPUS indication of Natrum Carbonicum: Head congestion

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


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GENERALITIES

Fatigue

Readiness to overlift himself; after lifting anything heavy, at once a twitching pain, starting from the sacrum and spreading all around it, with great lassitude after it (aft. 12 d.).

Great lassitude in the lower limbs and heaviness in the arms (also aft. 20 d.).

Lassitude in all the limbs (aft. 3 d.).

Great lassitude, for a week, after three days' toothache, with fever (aft. 5 d.).

Lassitude, in the morning (aft. 9 d.).

Lassitude in the whole body in the morning, the thighs feel broken in the middle.

Great lassitude, especially in the legs, from the afternoon till evening (5th d.).

Great lassitude and drowsiness, by day (aft. 2 d.).

Tired and weary, she fell asleep by day, while sitting at her work.

Drowsiness by day, with yawning.

Drowsiness by day, with yawning, while sitting and reading.

Constant troublesome yawning, the whole forenoon.

Yawning, lachrymation and drowsiness; he had to lie down, and slept more than a quarter of an hour, but only in a slumber (10th, 11th and 12th d.).

Frequent yawning, in the evening (the first days).

Great drowsiness in the forenoon; instead of his usual noonday-nap, only a short light slumber (2d d.).

Very sleepy in the afternoon, with yawning; she would like to go to sleep at once (2d d.).

Sleep and dreams

He falls asleep late in the evening and with difficulty (the first days).

He was late in falling asleep in the evening, though he was sleepy (1st d.).

She cannot fall asleep for several hours, in the evening in bed.

When he went to bed, in the evening, sleep went from him, nevertheless he soon fell asleep (the first 6 days).

Heavy, deep, dull sleep.

Very sound sleep, the first days, then restless for several nights.

Restless night, she awakes often, and can only get to sleep with difficulty (aft. 7 d.).

Sleeplessness during the whole night, she could only lie on the left side.

Sleeplessness at night, though without anxiety; but yet without being able to open the eyes (aft. 10 d.).

Extremely uncomfortable, restless night; he rolls over and over twenty to thirty times (aft. 13 d.).

Sudden awaking about midnight, as if somebody pulled him by his nose.

Frequent awakening from sleep, as if by noise or fright.

Awakes at 2 or 3 A.M. without cause, and soon falls asleep again (the first 8 d.).

She woke up at 1 A.M. and could not fall asleep again, because she could not find any comfortable position.

In the evening in a half slumber, a fantastic illusion; as if soldiers marched about before her in the air; she roused herself several times, but the forms again appeared at once, and only disappeared when she rose up and walked about (1st d.).

Sleep full of dreams, at night.

Many dreams and chilliness in sleep.

Many very vivid dreams in sleep (aft. 10 d.).

Restless dreams at night, and frequent awaking.

Many varied dreams every night, chiefly about occurrences and things spoken of the evening before; the first twenty days, the dreams were easily recalled on awaking, the following days, only recalled by reflection.

She lies all night beset by fancies.

Confused, voluptuous dreams, in a restless sleep, with violent erections and pollutions.

Voluptuous dream (13th n.).

Voluptuous dreams at night, with a pollution and great voluptuous excitement, after being half waked up by a thunderstorm, so that he was almost led to onany.

Agreeable, amorous dreams, the first twenty days, about marriages, amusements, etc.

Anxious dreams, during the last time, about straying, killing a man, etc.

Annoying dreams; he ought to travel and cannot move from the place.

Dreams about traveling, but she could not go; something like a nightmare held her back (aft. 7 d.).

Many disquieting dreams during the night.

Sad, vivid dream of a funeral procession.

Very anxious dreams, in the first sleep.

Anxious, frightful dreams of danger from water, fighting, robbers, devils, etc.

Anxious, confused dreams, immediately after falling asleep, from which he wakes up after an hour, with inflated stomach and dry tongue.

Anxious dreams of a deceased person; whom she imagined she saw before her, even after she was awake, so that she cried out (3d n.).

Anxious, frightful, vivid dream about thieves, he wakes up with a loud scream; he is hardly able to convince himself, after awaking, of the causelessness of his fear (aft. 6 h.).

Restless nights, with frightful dreams.

Frequent starting from sleep.

The person is startled, twitches and starts up from the siesta.

Generalities

Ready to take cold, and from it coryza.

Readiness to take colds, and thence colic and diarrhoea or coryza (aft. 10 d.).

Dislike of the open air, it is repugnant to her.

Fear of taking cold (2d d.).

When walking in the open air he gets headache and coryza.

After walking, thirst (2d d.).

Increased sensitiveness of the body, every motion is painful to her.

When rising from her seat, everything pains her; this disappears again on walking.

Cramp-like tearing, especially in the arms or the lower limbs, also in the whole of the body, unchanged by motion and rest (aft. 6 h.).

Tearing up and down in the limbs, mostly in the joints of the knees and the ankles.

Tearing in the joints of the shoulders, elbows and wrists.

A pain, more tearing than shooting, in the joints of the arms and the lower limbs, chiefly in the evening on lying down, and at night, often awaking from sleep.

Sensation of tearing and bruising in the limbs (7th d.).

Drawing in the joints, and after awaking from sleep, paralytic feeling of the same (aft. 4 d.).

Drawing and stretching in the legs and in the jaws, and a drawing in the teeth, at night (aft. 21 d.).

Twitching in the limbs (aft. 48 h.).

Twitching or twitching sensation in all the joints.

Twitching and threatening in the whole body, with sensitive mood.

Muscular twitching, and quivering in one place or another in the body, on the scapulae, the calves, the eyelids and the arms.

Jerks in the lower limbs and the lower part of the body.

Most of the troubles arise when sitting, and pass off by motion, pressure or rubbing.

Unsteadiness in walking, stumbling, slipping.

Emaciation, with paleness, dilated pupils and dark-colored urine.

Bloated in the whole body, in the morning; better in the afternoon.

Painful tension of all the nerves, especially those of the head, with nausea.

Restlessness in the evening, in the arms and the lower limbs, with extension and stretching of the same (2d d.).

Disagreeable sensation of illness in the whole body.

The child complaints of colic and nausea, looks very pale, and has to lie down; after an hour's sleep it is over.

Great heaviness and prostration of the whole of the body, in the morning (7th d.).

Feels heavy and broken down in his limbs.

Heavy and lazy, in the morning on rising, while in bed, she woke up bright.

Very lazy, in the morning.

Very lazy, with a sensation as if everything on her was on a stretch, and her face and hands swollen, when at rest; by motion it is relieved (8th d.).

Dislike of moving; motion also aggravates the ailments.

No desire for exercise.

Inclination to lie down (aft. 5 d.).

Walking is hard for her; she is languid and pale (aft. 24 h.).

Sensation of paralysis in the limbs, in the morning, on awaking.

Weakness and lack of strength in the arms and the lower limbs.

Very sleepy in the morning; he finds it hard to get up at seven o'clock (the first days).

Can hardly be waked up in the morning from his half slumber.

Irresistible sleep, in the afternoon (aft. 11 d.).

She talks aloud in her sleep, after midnight, without being conscious of it in the morning.

In the evening, when falling asleep, pressive blows in the upper part of the head.

In the evening, when going to sleep, lightning flashes before his eyes.

In the evening, after lying down, a pressive toothache, for several evenings.

At night, when half asleep, and when awake, pressive pain in the teeth.

At night, dryness of the throat and the tongue, without thirst.

At night, colic wakes her from sleep.

At night, violent colic (the first n.).

After an hour, he awakes with stagnation in the splenetic region and oppression above the breast and stomach, as from flatulence.

At night, before going to sleep, an anxious feeling, as if this whole body had become immensely thick and heavy, for a long time.

At night, she coughs very much, complains about scratching in the throat, and sleeps very uneasy.

Several mornings, on stretching her legs in bed, cramp in the calves.

In the night of full moon, a sort of nightmare; he could not move when he waked up (aft. 18 d.).

Nocturnal attack of vertigo, with slow, strong heart-beats, roaring before the ears, heat and anguish as if about to die; by the least movement or by talking a few words, increased ebullition of blood; at the end of the attack, a chill and trembling.

Orgasm of the whole body, at night, which made him so much afraid of the approach of an apoplectic fit that he had get up several times from his bed.

She cannot lie on the sides, for palpitation of the heart.

She can only lie on the right side by night, because her left side is painful (aft. 7 d.).

At night, restlessness in the left leg and foot (aft. sever. h.).

At night, restlessness in the lower limbs; she could not let them lie still.

The whole night, restlessness in the body; she could not fall asleep before morning, while she had to urinate an inordinate quantity.

At night, restless sleep, with stretching and twitching in the limbs (aft. 18 d.).

In the evening, when going to sleep, a violent starting, especially of the left lower limb, as if through fright.

At night, in sleep, now there is twitching of the finger, now of an arm, now of the facial muscles, then of the whole body.

At night, striking and tossing her hands; when awake she knew nothing about it.

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