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Amongst sufferers from insomnia, there are many who complain to their doctors that when thev are about their work or sitting still they can hardly resist the teiv dency to »o to "sleep, but the moment they lav their 'heads upon the pillow they cannot get to sleep. This condition is usually met with in aniamio, debilitated people. An eminent practitioner explains the cause of this. The vessels of tho brain, having lost their tone, cannot contract and regulate tho flow of blood through the brain. Whan ono in thiscondition is in an upright position, tho upper part* of the. body, and more particularly the brain, owing to tho laxity of the' vessels, are drained of blood. But when the patient lies down, the reverse is the case, and the blood flows too freely through the hraiu, and the imagination Is excited. In such rases- it is necessary t-o restore tone, by the- use of tonics, and it is advisable "for anyone who is debilitated and run down to take a. course of .Br Williams' Pink Pillp. They increase the blood supply and impart t-ono to thft whole system. bleep becomes sounder and more refreshing your worries ■become less, and your work lighter. The whole act-ion of these pills is to assist nature to restore the body to normal activity. They do not contain any narcotic. Your nearest dealer can supply you with Dr Williams' Pink Pills at the price, tivi-y havo always been sold at—3s a box, six boxes 16a "6d,—[Advt.]

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WHEN YOU CANT SLEEP, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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WHEN YOU CANT SLEEP Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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