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Chronic Ailments and Their Cure (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from Chronic Ailments and Their CureDoctors have failed in the past, and good doctors, too, because they did not understa... Weiterlesen
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Doctors have failed in the past, and good doctors, too, because they did not understand that what most people complain of as actual disease 1s but the re ected shadow of it, and not the disease itself. Most symptoms we, as physicians, are called upon to treat, are due to morbid conditions located at points remote from those to which our attention is usually directed by patients. Too many times the patient makes the trump, plays the leading card, and the doctor follows suit. To the medical man who understands the subject of re ex or sympathetic irritation, such a course is an impossibility, for he certainly can point out the reasons for a patient's misconceived notions, and by logical reasoning predi cated upon a thorough knowledge and understanding of orificial philosophy, orificial pathology, and or'ificial treatment, portray the exact nature of ailments, and make appear reasonable a cer tainty of cure. Experience and much observation have taught me that what most people complain of - I mean such as have symptoms, but never could succeed in cornering their trouble, or getting a suitable name for it - invariably have a localized, mor bid condition, situated in some cavity or channel, ensconced, as it were, conveniently out of sight, yet always working to the great discomfort and abridgment of health. To state it more explicitly, the aches and pains, the blanched and sad faces we see in such multiplied numbers; the disordered and faulty working stomachs, the hearts irritable and palpitating, torpid livers, kidneys crippled in their work, bowels poor in peristaltic action, minds amiss in either sex, are but the inevitable, the legitimate fruits of nerve waste. Nerve waste is responsible for a poor capillary circulation, which may mean congestion in one part and lack of blood in an other. Capillary circulation makes and keeps bones in repair; through it assimilation and nutrition are carried on. If this be so, then it must be plain that to abridge or destroy capillary action is to abridge repair, and the processes that sustain life.

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Titel: Chronic Ailments and Their Cure (Classic Reprint)
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EAN: 9781334611858
ISBN: 1334611858
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 24
Gewicht: 49g
Größe: H229mm x B152mm x T1mm
Jahr: 2016

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