Disease: Meniere’s Disease, Hypertension, Tubercular Meningitis, and Benign Positional Vertigo
Main Symptoms: Dizziness or Vertigo (Possibly Severe), Headache, Rattling Sounds in the Throat, a Stifling Sensation in the Chest, Nausea or Vomiting, Vomiting of Watery, Frothy Sputum, Numbness of the Extremities, (in severe case) Sudden Collapse, Coma (Unconsciousness), Stiffness of the Tongue, Convulsions, or Deviation of the Mouth and Eye, or Hemiplegia, a White, Greasy Tongue Fur, a String-Taut, Rolling Pulse.
Extra Symptoms: Pronounced Phlegm-Dampness
Benign Positional Vertigo, Hypertension, Meniere’s Disease., Tubercular Meningitis
Coma, Convulsions, Deviation of the Mouth and Eye, Dizziness, Frothy Sputum, Headache, Hemiplegia, Nausea, Numbness of the Extremities, Rattling Sounds in the Throat, Stiffness of the Tongue, Stifling Sensation In The Chest, Sudden Collapse, Vertigo, Vomiting, Vomiting of Watery, White, Greasy Tongue Fur, a String-Taut, Rolling Pulse