Congestion apoplexy. Intensely congestive headaches; he becomes stupid, has ringing in the ears, bloodshot eyes, thickness of speech, hot head; slow, full pulse and hard as iron; convulsions from intense congestion of the capillary vessels of the brain; dimness of vision, with nausea and vomiting.
Remedies for subsequent chronic changes (Raue):
Loss of memory, general paralysis.
Inability to select proper words; paralysis of face and extremities, complicated with muscular contractions.
Paralysis of tongue, stuttering, deficient speech; the paralyzed limbs grow thinner, but preserve sensation; often complicated with unyielding contractions or chorea-like paroxysms.
Consciousness blunted, memory deficient; speech is impeded, single syllables are omitted or syllables cannot be combined into words; mimic spasms of face when speaking; trembling of tongue when it is put out; violent snoring; torpor and insensibility of the organs of sense, drooping eyelids, dilated pupils; pulse slow; motor and sensory paralysis, with violent pain in paralyzed parts and contraction of extensor muscles; in incomplete paralysis patient’s gait unsteady, with tendency to fall forward.
Senses remain disturbed after the attack.