The symptoms may include insomnia, headache, heavy feeling in the head, vertigo, stiff shoulders, tinnitus, pollakiuria, trembling, mogigraphia (hands tremble when writing), trembling of hands when holding a cup, gastrointestinal neurosis,dysesthesia, coptosis (easily fatigued), efficiency reduction, sexual neurosis (sexual impotence), and other psychosomatic and autonomic nervous system disorders.
This type of neurosis includes anthropophobia, blushingphobia, mysophobia, fear of idle thoughts, fear based on superstition, the desire to reconfirm again and again, fear of reading, nosophobia, aichmophobia, agoraphobia, obsessions about sin, and stuttering. Additionally there are excessive self doubts and suspicions and excessive concern with discovering underlying reasons.
These attacks may involve palpitations, tachycardia, dyspnea, vertigo, and trembling. Cardiac neurosis is common as well as fear of riding on trains and other modes of transportation.