tremulousness


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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.
Peripheral autonomic symptoms (adrenergic), including sweating, irritability, tremulousness, anxiety, tachycardia, and hunger, serve as an early warning system and precede the central neuroglycopenic symptoms due to cerebral glucose deprivation (e.
Historically, Bazerman's argument is borne out by Elizabeth Cook's explanation of the eighteenth century's proliferation of what she terms 'epistolary bodies', where printed texts mimicked 'traces of the body' in pretend 'inkblots, teardrops, erasures, revisions, a scriptive tremulousness that signifies iconically instead of semantically'.
22) It may be indicated by the presence of a subluxated lens, phacodonesis (increased mobility of the lens) or iridodonesis (increased mobility or tremulousness of the iris).
Other signs and symptoms include tremulousness, irritability, nausea, diaphoresis, tachycardia, and high blood pressure (Wilson, 1994).
On the basis of the results of other studies that are particularly consistent, there now appears to be a consensus that late-trimester exposure to SSRIs is associated with an increased risk for symptoms broadly described as "poor neonatal adaptation" including: tremulousness, jitteriness, and myoclonus.
He developed double vision, tremulousness, and rapidly progressive respiratory failure, which required intubation and ventilator support the next morning.
In other studies, SSRI use during pregnancy was associated with compromised neonatal adaptation with symptoms of jitteriness, tachypnea, and tremulousness, the so-called "neonatal abstinence syndrome.
The symptoms of caffeinism can include feelings of anxiety and nervousness, sleep disruption (especially difficult getting off to sleep), restlessness, irritability, diuresis (passing lots of water/urine), stomach complaints, tremulousness, palpitations and arrythmias (changed heart rate, especially faster beating).
Fence posts, stones, the pillars of a bridge, all exist in a constant state of tremulousness.