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Silicea - Fever And Chill symptoms

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Silicea

Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while the very dilute homeopathic remedy may help, the raw product is often best avoided.

Below are the strongest indications (i.e. symptoms) of Silicea in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.

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FEVER AND CHILL

Fever and chill

Chilliness; very sensitive to cold air

Creeping, shivering over the whole body

Cold extremities, even in a warm room

Sweat at night; worse towards morning

Suffering parts feel cold.

Daytime

Morning

Late morning

Late morning; in a hot room

Noon

Afternoon

Evening

on falling asleep

in bed

Night

on putting hand out of bed

on waking

after midnight

frequent chills from 1 to 7 a.m.

In parts affected with other symptoms

In the open air

while walking

On going into the cold air

From the least draft of air

In bed

putting hand out of bed

rising from bed

when turning over in bed

Chilliness (see also whole body; temperature)

temperature); morning; lasting all day

temperature); during intermission of fever

temperature); after eating

temperature); during headache

temperature); before period

temperature); during period

temperature); during stool

Drinking

While eating

After eating

From emotions; from fright

From environment; from becoming wet; when over-heated

After exertion

After exposure; to a draft; when heated

External

with sensation as if the hair were standing on end

in spots

When heated, overheated

Icy coldness of the body

during period

Internal

night

Lying down

In women; before period

during period

During movement

Movement

With pain

Shaking, shivering, rigors

evening

in bed

with hair standing on end

during movement

Sides, one-sided

left

before epilepsy

Single parts

After sleep

During stool

At certain time of day or night; from 1 a.m.

from 2 a.m.

from 3 a.m.

from 4 a.m.

from 5 a.m.

from 6 a.m.

from 7 a.m.

from 8 a.m.

from 10 a.m.

to 3 p.m.

from 11 a.m.

from 12 a.m.

from 1 p.m.

from 2 p.m.

from 3 p.m.

from 4 p.m.

from 5 p.m.

from 6 p.m.

from 7 p.m.

from 8 p.m.

Trembling and shivering

When uncovering, undressing

On waking

Warmth; warm room

external warmth

wrapping up warm relieves, followed by severe fever and sweat

In warmth; in warm room; not relieved in warm room, nor by a warm heater

Desire for warmth, which does not relieve

From getting wet

when overheated

Late morning

Late morning; with chilliness

11 a.m., with thirst and chilliness

Afternoon

with chilliness

Evening

with chilliness

lasting all night

Night

with chilliness

Alternating with chills

Bed (see night and warmth)

In bed (see night and warmth)

Fever without chill; afternoon

afternoon; 12 to 1 p.m.

With chill

With chilliness

Continued fever

Periodically during the day

Drinking wine

Dry heat

While eating

After eating

External heat

with chilliness

Hectic fever

Inflammatory fever

Intense heat

Intermittent, chronic

with long-lasting heat

Internal heat

with external chill

Fever from irritation; slow (see continued fever)

Long lasting heat

After mental exertion

Comes on suddenly; afternoon

No perspiration

Heat comes on during sleep

Heat comes on after sleep

Stages of chill, heat and sweat; chill followed by heat

heat alternating with chill, then with sweat

external coldness, then chill, then heat

Aversion to uncovering

In women; from childbirth

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