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HAVE YOU NEURASTHENIA?

Neurasthenia is a condition of exhaustion of the nervous sys'.em. The causes are varied. Continuous work, mental or

physical, without proper vacation periods, without proper attention to diet and exercise, also worry over the struggles for success, are the meet common causes. Ex-

cesses of almost any kind may produce it. Soma diseases, like influenza, will cause

neurasthenia. So also will a torero shock, intense “.nxiety, or gr : ?f. The symptoms are over-oeneitivcness, irritability, a disposition to worry over grilles, headache, possibly nausea. The treatment is* one of nutrition of the gerve cells, requiring a non-alcoholic tonic. As the nerves get their nourishment from the blood the treatment must be directed towards building up the‘blood. Dr Williams’ Pink Pills act directly on the blood, and with proper regulation of the diet have proved of the greatest benefit in many cases of neurasthenia. A tendency to anaemia, or blocdlessness, shown by most neurathenic patients, is also cor-

rected bv these tonic pills. Your own dealer sells Dr Williams’ Pink Pills at the * regular price, 3e per box, six boxes 16s 6d. as there has been no increase in the price.—[Advi.]

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HAVE YOU NEURASTHENIA?, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914

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HAVE YOU NEURASTHENIA? Issue 15666, 3 December 1914

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