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WHAT NEURASTHENIA IS

A 1-,-i i-- heard of neurasthenia theve davs. .A good many have hut » vague | id»a of just- what condition the doctors I apply this t-o: -;i to. Xeiiv.'if.tii -nir, Is a condition of cxhfii>s)ion of the iirrvn’l- sy.-iem. The cOTfi's are varied, Continuous uork. mental or physical, wiilio’.H ricacr vacation periods, ! without proper attentari to diet and ox- i evcise, also wor;y over the, struggles for success, are the most common causes. Excesses of almost any kind may produce, it. Some diseases like influenza, veil! cause neurasthenia. So also trill a severe | shock, intense anxiety, or grief. ;

The symptoms are over-sensitiveness, ■ irritability, p disposition to worry over trifles, headache, possibly nausea. | The treatment is ouo of nutrition of the j nervo colls, requiring a non-alcoholic tonic. | As the nerves get their nouiishment from i the blood, tho tieatmeul- must be directed j towards building up die Mood. Dr Wii- ; linirW Fink Fills net directly on the '■ Monel, and with proper regulation of the 1 diet have proved of the greatest benefit ; in man" cases of neurasthenia. A ten- ; denev to anemia, or Mcodkssnefs. shown • hv most nsurasthcric patients, is_ also cor- ; reefed by these tonic rills. lour own, dealer sells Dr Williams’ Pink Fills. ■, fAdvt.l !

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WHAT NEURASTHENIA IS, Issue 15707, 22 January 1915

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WHAT NEURASTHENIA IS Issue 15707, 22 January 1915

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