Talks almost continually about fanciful things or such as have really occurred, of faithless love, of her teacher and school days ; laughs, sings, dances, weeps, makes grimaces, and gesticulates with her hands. Clings obstinately to her ideas, without, however, growing angry about it. Face distorted, eyes fixed, no desire to eat or drink, things offered her are hastily dispatched.

What’s the remedy?