Clinical Levels of Specific Reactions
(Food or Environmental -- adapted from Theron Randolph, M.D.)
Directions: Start at Zero (0). Read up for predominantly Stimulatory Levels. Read down for Withdrawal Levels.
Manic with or
anxious & egocentric
hungry and thirsty
Behavior on an even
keel as in homeostasis
- - -
- - - -
excited, agitated, enraged and circuitous or one-track thoughts, muscle
twitching & jerking of extremities, convulsive seizures & altered
consciousness may develop.
loquacious, clumsy (ataxic), anxious, fearful & apprehensive;
alternating chills and flushing, ravenous hunger, excessive thirst.
jittery, hopped up, talkative, argumentative, sensitive, overly
responsive, self-centered, hungry and thirsty, flushing, sweating and
chilling may occur, as well as insomnia alcoholism and obesity.
alert, lively, responsive and enthusiastic with unimpaired ambition,
energy, initiative, and wit. Considerate of the views and actions of
others. Thus, usually comes to be regarded as “normal” behavior.
expect this from their parents and teachers. Parents and teachers expect
this from their children and students. We all expect this from our
or stuffy nose, clearing throat, coughing wheeze (asthma), itching (eczema
or hives), gas. Diarrhea, constipation (colitis), urgency and frequency of
urination, and various eye and ear syndromes.
dopey, somnolent, mildly depressed, edematous with painful syndromes
(headache, neckache, backache, neuralgia, myalgia, myositis, arthralgias,
arthritis, arteritis, chest pain), and cardiovascular effects.
- - Confused,
indecisive, moody, sad, sullen, withdrawn or apathetic. Emotional
instability and impaired attention, concentration, comprehension and
thought processes (aphasia, mental lapse, and blackouts).
- - -Nonresponsive,
lethargic, stuporous, disoriented, melancholy, paranoia, delusions,
hallucinations, sometimes amnesia, and, finally, comatose.
Formatted by Dr. Ralph Wilson, Naturopathic Physician referring to chart on "Brain Dysfunction and Other Constitutional Adaptation Reactions", Theron Randolph, M.D.: Environmental Medicine -- Beginnings & Biographies of Clinical Ecology. 1987: p 111