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Phosphorus - Vertigo, Dizziness symptoms - Hahnemann

Phosphurus, Phosphorous, Phosphor, Phosphur, Phosph Phos.


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HPUS indication of Phosphorus: Hoarseness
Common symptoms: Hoarseness, Apprehension, Bruises, Burns, Fear.

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


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VERTIGO, DIZZINESS

Vertigo, dizziness

Muddled, confused head (aft. 4 d.).

Feels dull and dazed, for many days.

Vertigo

Painful dizziness, eight mornings in succession.

Dizzy in the morning on awaking, so that she had to be led from her bed.

Dizzy in the evening, in bed.

Dizzy in the head, when she moved.

Dizziness, with severe headache, shudder and a chill without thirst, alternately heat in the head, and shudder and discomfort of the whole body (aft. 36 h.).

He cannot collect his thoughts, in the morning on rising, the head feels dizzy, heavy and painful, as if he had been lying with his head too low during the night.

Vertigo.

Vertigo, when rising from a seat.

Vertigo, while things turn black before the eyes.

Vertigo, as if he should fall over, in the morning after rising.

Vertigo in the morning on rising from bed.

Vertigo, in the morning, continually increasing, like a heavy weight pressing downward anteriorly in the head, with nausea like fainting; when stooping, things turn black before the eyes, with much sneezing, till evening; improved in the open air (aft. 7 d.).

Vertigo, in the forenoon; even in walking, everything turned round with her; she staggered and could walk steadily.

Whirling in the head, in the evening, when lying in bed; she could not lie still, but had to raise herself; then there followed four diarrhoeic stools with severe febrile rigor, followed by severe heat and perspiration all over.

Attack of vertigo, as if it would whirl him around; he then found himself with outstretched arms, as if he wanted to seize on something to hold himself up.

Short but severe vertigo, in the evening, for ten seconds.

Severe vertigo, in the evening, when walking; everything turned round with her; when standing, it diminished, but returned when walking.

Vertigo, frequently at noon, so that he had to be very careful when going out, so as not to fall.

Vertigo, on rising from dinner.

Attack of vertigo, every day after meals, so that he hardly knew whether he was conscious.

Vertigo, several times by day, she staggered against people when walking, as if she was intoxicated.

Vertigo, on closing the eyes, as if she was continually turning around.

Vertigo on stooping, with chilliness and nausea, occasionally.

Attack like vertigo, when she turned once around, she knew not where she was; so also after stooping, in the forenoon.

Vertigo with headache, and much gathering of saliva; she had to spit out much, for three days.

Headache, when lying down, with nausea; when this passed, a sort of vertigo.

Heaviness, lack of strength and chaotic feeling in the head, in the morning.

Heaviness of the head, he sees as through gauze.

Great heaviness of the head (aft. 18 d.).

Heaviness of the head (1st d.).

Fullness of the head, with stoppage of the ears, without diminution of the hearing, except when swallowing.

Full and chaotic feeling in the head.

Fullness in the brain, but not as if it was filled with blood, and without impeding thought.

Bruised brain, or as if shattered in the brain, from the afternoon till going to sleep in the evening, when it disappears during sleep.

Pressure; darting to and fro in the head.

Pressure, extending from the right side of the sinciput, extending over the eye.

Pressure in the sinciput, toward the root of the nose.

Drawing headache in the morning; toward 12 o'clock, turning into a sort of vertigo, with flickering before the eyes; disappearing after dinner, but returning at 2 o'clock; with rapid circulation, cheerfulness and excitement of spirit; on the subsequent evening unusual weariness and exhaustion, with inability to do any work.

Spasmodic drawing below the crown, with stitches in the temples.

Tearing in the forehead.

Violent tearing in the upper part of the head, extending to the zygoma, in the afternoon, when sitting.

Tearing in both the temples; after pressing upon them, it is transiently diminished, but returns almost at once, more violently.

Slight tearing in the head, especially above the right eye.

Violent tearing in the right side of the head, upward, in the evening, while sitting.

During heavy tearing in the head, shooting in the right side of the abdomen, while sitting.

Frequent twitching in the upper part of the left temple, and then drawing toward the side of the forehead, after dinner.

Digging and burrowing in the head, from time to time, with stupid feeling, all day; radiating downward more toward the right side and the nose, both in rest and in motion; only diminished by cool air.

Stitches in the left half of the head.

Tearing stitches in various part of the head (aft. 5 w.).

Stitches in the right temple, in the evening (after sever. h.).

Single stitches in the head, in the evening (aft. 5 h.).

Stitches on single spots of the head, especially in the evening.

Shooting in the right side of the head, for several days.

Stitches in the occiput.

Stitches as of needles, in the vertex of the head.

At first, shooting and pressure in the occiput, then severe throbbing in the forehead.

Throbbing in the crown, also in the left side of the head especially on the occiput.

Pulsation in the head, in the morning, on awaking.

Throbbing in the head, when lying down.

Throbbing and gnawing in the right parietal bone, seemingly in the bone itself, in the evening.

Hammering and shooting in the crown, coming from the front part.

Jerks in the sinciput, as if pieces of lead were being rattled in the brain.

Several blows in the head, especially during the difficult stool.

Rush of blood to the head.

Slight ebullition of blood to the head, toward evening.

Rush of blood to the head, intolerable.

Rush of blood to the head, with burning heat and redness of the face, when sitting.

Humming and growling in the head, almost all the day.

Humming in the head (aft. 2 h.).

Severe roaring in the head, mostly when sitting.

Tickling in the head.

Heat in the head, then in the whole body and also on the feet, as if sweat would break out, for an hour after dinner.

Rising of heat from the chest into the head and the whole body, when eating soup, with a sensation, as if perspiration would break out.

Sensation of heat in the head and moving around in it, as from a foreign body.

Coolness in the head and body frequently alternate with heat in the same (aft. 2 h.).

Sensation as if the brain grew rigid, while remaining in the open air.

Her head feels easier when in the open air.

Tendency to take cold in the head.

Pressure on single spots of the head, as if there were lumps under the skin.

The eruption on the head forms scabs and smarts, while it itches but little.

A spot above the ear becomes bald (aft. 12 d.).

Sensation as if the skin on the forehead was too tight, with anxiety, for many days (aft. 3 h.).

Tickling of the periosteum around the eyes.

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