- Conversion hysteria.
- Dissociative hysteria.
- Epidemic hysteria.
- Mass hysteria
- No willpower.
- Tendency towards emotional instability.
- Heaviness in the limbs.
- Severe cramps.
- Strong feeling of ascending abdominal constriction.
- Continual sighing.
- Difficulty in breathing.
- Constriction in the chest.
- Swelling of the neck.
- Feeling of suffocation.
- Clenched teeth.
- Generalized and voluntary tensing of muscles of locomotion.
- Loss of consciousness.
- Violent and tumultuous heartbeats.
- Inappropriate, sexually seductive, or provocative behavior while interacting with others.
- Rapidly changing emotions and superficial expression of emotions.
- Vague and impressionistic speech (gives opinions without any supporting details).
- Easily influenced by others.
- Believes relationships are more intimate than they are.
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