The heart's action may be increased by the least excitement and with the fast pulse and palpitation there are feelings of dizziness and anxiety and such patients are sure they have organic disease of the heart.
If too much is used the throat and tongue will feel dry, face will flush, and there will be dizziness and a rapid pulse.
When compensation is gone, diminished blood in the brain causes dizziness and faintness.
The syringe and hot sterilized, boiled water should be used for some time, and the patient asked occasionally if there is any faintness or dizziness caused by it.
Vomiting and purging, taste of metal, severe pains, dizziness and headache and sometimes insensibility.
Brain symptoms, such as headache, dizziness and fainting, may be present or absent.
Henry had suffered no broken bones, nothing more than bruises, and he was recovering rapidly from the dizziness caused by his fall.
The first month's special treatment gave me such relief that I continued five months, and to-day can do heavy work without that troublesome pain in my back, and can stoop down without dizziness in my head.
The emissions have stopped, and I have no unnatural discharges, nor dizziness in the head.
Dizziness may be complained of and dyspnea is usually marked.
The condition may be present for years and the symptoms only epigastric tenderness withdizziness and sweating on lying down after dinner, as in one of Perutz's patients.
My head throbbed and buzzed, precipitating a strange dizziness which seemed determined to force me to my knees.
Little wonder that the continued dizziness and lack of ability to stretch the limbs bring about a complete nervous prostration and reduce the strongest man to a physical wreck within a very short time.
When this little dizziness in my head leaves me I shall be quite well.
Elizabeth sank slowly in a chair; Elsie stole one frightened look towards her, then the woman in her confusion and dizziness saw her float out of the room, and she was alone with her husband.
After recovering from the dizziness of its plunge, the river, leaving the piny walls on either side, rushes along in view for a short distance, and then disappears around the corner of a green promontory.
Wrapping the tall pines, dwindled as to shrubs in dizziness of distance,” it was being shaken from its foothold by varying breezes, broken into separate sheets of vapor, and pushed upward along the perpendicular walls.
He was attacked by dizzinessand clutched a bush for support.
He did not believe that the weakness and dizziness would come again.
The dizziness which is felt on ascending an elevation, arises undoubtedly from mental alarm, which modifies the impressions received by the eye, which no longer correctly estimates the relations of distance.
My fever had altogether left me, and, with the exception of a slight dizziness in the head, I felt no had effects from the fall over night.
A sudden pain through the temples, a rising nausea, blackness and dizziness again, made him close them, frowning.
And with the return of clamoring rage Brayley's dizziness passed and he sprang to his feet.
For a moment he lay unable to rise, the black dizziness showing in his swimming eyes.