Among the causes of neuralgia the most important is the general physical condition of the patient. Neuralgia is most common in persons reduced in strength by over-work or some form of over-exertion, physical or mental, or by loss of sleep. Antenna or lack of good, red blood is a common cause of neuralgia. The reason for this is plain. The nerves get their nourishment through the blood. When the blood is thin and weak the nerves are badly nourished, they become inflamed and neuralgic pains are prodijced. These pains have been described as "the crv of a starved nerve." Hot applications to soothe these inflamed netves and Dr Williams' Pink Pills to build up the blood and carry the needed elements to the nerves is the correct treatment, and one that has brought good results in so many cases that it is no longer an experiment. Headache, backache, sleeplessness, nervous debility, nervous breakdown, St. Vitus' Danoe, and the functional forms of partial paralysis show good results under the tomo treatment with Dr Williams' Pink Pills. All dealers sell these oills.—LAdvtJ
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NEURALGIC PAINS, Evening Star, Issue 15654, 19 November 1914
NEURALGIC PAINS Evening Star, Issue 15654, 19 November 1914
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