tremulousness


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As described by the patient and his wife, he had an 8-year history of anxiety and apprehension associated with autonomic complaints of sweating, palpitations, dryness of the mouth, and fidgetiness and tremulousness of the hands.
Montague's expense, but there is an underlying tremulousness to the mirth.
It is an influential bodily experience that may involve rapid or pounding heartbeat, difficult inhalation, tremulousness, agitation, dry mouth, tightness in the chest, sweatiness in palms, faintness, nausea, diarrhea, pain, sleeplessness, tiredness, loss of appetite, and sexual disturbances and sometimes these symptoms are mistaken for physical sickness.
4) In a study by Auerbach et al (32), the newborns of mothers who received antipsychotic and anti-anxiety medications during pregnancy exhibited poor neonatal motor functioning, including tremulousness, hyper- tonicity, and poor motor maturity.
To the extent that they are hyperbolic tokens of the nation-state sovereignty, like all hyperbolae, they reveal a tremulousness, a vulnerability, a dubiousness, an instability at the core of what hey aim to express .
Earliest symptoms of lead toxicity can be diffuse muscle weakness, general fatigue/lethargy, muscle pain, joint pain, unusual taste in mouth, headache, insomnia, irritability, diminished libido, tremulousness, weight loss of 10 pounds or more without known cause and personality changes.
As she struggles between self-disgust and flickers of wrenching hope, Wilson ricochets hypnotically between taut physical defiance and tremulousness without ever toppling into overt display, a restraint that keeps audienecs guessing.
In an ancillary investigation, we also plan to do a prospective study of a subset of newborns exposed in utero to atypical antipsychotics in which we will evaluate these infants for the presence of withdrawal symptoms, such as tremulousness, jitteriness, and potential extrapyramidal symptoms.
Shortness of breath is a symptom that occurs at the onset of the asthma attack, followed by those related to hypoxia--pounding heart, chest pain, dizziness, tremulousness, sweating, the sensation of choking, and the fear of smothering or dying.
She had always had a hankering to act, and now she discovered that her low, grave, musical voice, with its slight tremulousness, could be used to good effect.
Symptoms (which can persist [less than or equal to] 3 months after delivery) include restlessness, irritability, abnormal sleep patterns, suckling difficulties, growth retardation, hypertonia, hyperreflexia, tremulousness, apnoea, diarrhoea and vomiting.