Stannum Iodatum - Mental (inc. personality) symptomsStann. Iod, Stannum, Stann-i.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Stannum Iodatum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Excited and inclined to storms of anger (fourth day),
Violent, very transient anger,
Quiet good-humor (after fourteen hours),
Quiet, absorbed in himself, with great discomfort of the body,
Quiet, absorbed in himself, solicitous for the future,
Sad, hypochondriac mood,
Great anxiety and depression a week before the menses, ceasing on the appearance of the flow,
Indescribable anxiety and despondency for several days,
Contented with nothing without being fretful,
Fretfulness disappearing, in the open air, the whole day,
Quiet fretfulness; he answers unwillingly and abruptly; easily vexed, and easily gets into a temper,
Peevishness and transient sensitiveness (first three days),
Vexatious; nothing goes to suit him,
Aversion and dread of people,
Restless and distracted; no persistence in work, immediately,
Fruitlessly busy, as if a rush of ideas prevented him from completing his work at a certain time; all sorts of things occur to him to be done,
Indolent and irritable, with heat in the face; would do everything, but really does nothing,
Is inclined to do no work, and inability to think,
Dulness of mind, indifference to external objects, indisposition, with paleness and darkness about the eyes,
Disinclination to talk,
Want of memory, in the morning on waking,
Sad, hypochondriacal humour.
Great agitation and anguish, melancholy and disposition to weep.
Sad, despondent, feels like crying all the time, but crying agg.
Quiet fretfulness; answers unwillingly and abruptly.
Continued restlessness with anxiety.
Her distress of mind ceases as soon as menses begin to flow.
Uneasy, does not know what to do with himself; pains amel. by walking, but so weak he soon must rest.
Earnest application to business, with inability to complete anything undertaken.
Ill-humour, with taciturnity and dislike to society and conversation; hopelessness.
Sudden fits of passion.
Gloomy, hypochondriac mood.
Indescribable anguish and melancholy, for several days.
Aversion and distaste for human society.
Indisposition to talk.
No pleasure in anything, without being peevish.
Dawdling and irritated, with heat in the face; she wanted to do a number of things, but accomplished nothing.
Restless and distracted, no perseverance in her work (at once.).
Restlessness, which does not allow him to stay long anywhere.
He is ineffectually busieid, as if he was prevented by super-abundance of ideas from finishing his work at a certain time; he thinks of a number of things which he ought yet to attend to.
Annoyed, nothing was done according to his desire.
Not disposed to any work, and incapacitated from thinking.
Dull in spirit, indifferent to things around him, out of sorts; with paleness and dimness about the eyes.
Peevishness, which disappears in the open air, all day long.
The mind is quiet, introverted, solicitous about the future.
Taciturn looking down before him, with great discomfort of body.
Taciturn peevishness, he does not want to answer, and does so abruptly; he is easily vexed, and readily becomes passionate.
Vexation and quickly passing sensitiveness, (the first 3 days).
Readily flying into a passion, and inclined to violent anger (4th d.).
Vehement, but quickly passing passion.
Quiet, good-humored (aft. 14 h.).
Lack of memory, in the morning, on awaking.
Dizziness in the whole head.
Muddled and stupid feeling in the head, as if from incipient coryza, but this does not come on; with sneezing.
Heaviness and muddled feeling of the head, worse in the evening.
Heaviness in the head, both when at rest and in motion, in the evening for two hours (aft. 9 h.).
Stupefying vertigo, only when walking in the open air; he staggers as if he would fall.
Vertigo while sitting, as if he would fall.
Sudden attack of vertigo, while taking a rest.
Vertigo, as if all objects were too far distant.
Vertigo, as if the brain turned round; he loses all thoughts and cannot read on and is sitting, seemingly unconscious.
Headache, almost every morning, with lack of appetite, nausea and peevishness.
Pressure outward on the left side of the occiput.
Pressive heaviness; with sensation of emptiness in the left half of the brain.
Pressive pain outward at the right side of the head.
Pressive pain outward at the right temple, almost as if it was external.
Pressure in the left temple, beginning weak, then increasing and then gradually decreasing; as if the forehead would be pressed in.
Pressure, extending from the middle of the forehead deep into the brain.
Pressure in the forehead, the temple and the vertex, relieved by external pressure.
Pressure on the right temple, when lying on it, going off on rising.
Pressure in the forehead, aggravated by bending backward, relieved by pressing upon it.
Pressure in the forehead.
Sudden sharp pressure on the vertex, with a sensation as if the hair was moved.
Dull pressure outward in the forehead.
Pressure outward at the forehead, with drowsiness diminished by pressing upon it.
Pressure outward in the frontal eminences.
Pressive stupefying pain in the brain, right above the eyebrows, both at rest and in motion.
Forgetful and absent-minded.
She cannot get rid of an idea once fixed in her head.
Visions by day of fancied things.
Feels like crying all the time, but crying makes her worse.
Sadness, with aversion to men and disinclination to talk.
Continued restlessness and anxiety.
Cannot muster sufficient courage to do anything.
Sullen, answers unwillingly and shortly.
Thinking makes her feel wretched.
From giving directions in her domestic affairs, great palpitation of the heart, and anxiety.≡ more ...