are accompanied 1 digitalis by a fear of death, , |] purpurea
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or a fear that moving—especially walking—may cause the heart to stop beating. There is a desire for bitter things and often visual disturbance. Heart disorders that respond well to treatment with Digitalis are typically accompanied by pains in the region of the heart, a slow pulse, faintness, and nausea. The remedy is also used for liver problems, particularly if they occur in conjunction with heart symptoms. Symptoms better For cool air; for rest; for lying on the back; for an empty stomach; for frequent urination.
Symptoms worse For heat; for standing up; for exertion; for movement; for lying on the left side; for sexual excess. See also Palpitations, page 186
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