Every Man his own Doctor The Cold Water, Tepid Water, and Friction-Cure, as Applicable to Every Disease to Which the Human Frame is Subject, and also to The Cure of Disease in Horses and Cattle
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Every Man his own Doctor The Cold Water, Tepid Water, and Friction-Cure, as Applicable to Every Disease to Which the Human Frame is Subject, and also to The Cure of Disease in Horses and Cattle

By R. T. Claridge
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  • EVERY MAN HIS OWN DOCTOR. THE COLD WATER, TEPID WATER, AND FRICTION-CURE,
  • CONTENTS
  • PREFACE.
  • ERRATA.
  • HYDROPATHY,
    • I.—Vincent Priessnitz.
    • II.—Hydropathy.
    • III.—What Does Hydropathic Treatment Effect?
    • IV.—How are the Effects described in the last Chapter produced?
    • V.—Is Hydropathy a Panacea? and what Complaints are curable by it?
    • VI.—Is Hydropathy new? Why is it not generally adopted?
    • VII.—The Lancet.
    • VIII.—Authorities in Support of Water as a Curative Agent.
    • IX.—Ablutions.
    • X.—Use of Cold Water for Drinking and Injections.
    • XI.—The Cold Bath.
    • XII.—Is going into the Cold Bath in a State of Perspiration attended with Danger?
    • XIII.—The Packing Sheet, and Sweating Process.
    • XIV.—Sweating Process.
    • XV.—The Rubbing Sheet, or Abreibung.
    • XVI.—The Douche Bath.
    • XVII.—The Shower Baths.
    • XVIII.—The Sitz or Sitting Bath.
    • XIX.—Eye Bath.
    • XX.—Head Bath.
    • XXI.—Finger and Elbow Baths.
    • XXII.—Leg Bath.
    • XXIII.—Foot Bath.
    • XXIV.—The Tepid, or Abgeschrecte Bath.
    • XXV.—Bandages, or Umschlags.
    • XXVI.—Diet.
    • XXVII.—Clothing, Air Baths, Wearing Stays, etc.
    • XXVIII.—Drugs.
    • XXIX.—Assimilation.
    • XXX.—The Crisis.
    • XXXI.—Dropsy.
    • XXXII.—Smoking.
    • XXXIII.—Questions put to Mr. Priessnitz, and his Answers.
  • TREATMENT AND CASES.
    • XXXIV.—Gout.
    • XXXV.—Rheumatism, etc.
    • XXXVI.—Tic-Doloureux.
    • XXXVII.—Affection of the Throat and Pain at the Chest.
    • XXXVIII.—Fevers.
    • XXXIX.—Congestion of the Lungs.
    • XL.—Inflammations.
    • XLI.—Gripes, Cholic, Diarrhœa, English Cholera, or Cholera Morbus.
    • XLII.—Consumption.
    • XLIII.—Cramps.
    • XLIV.—Asthma.
    • XLV.—Surgical Operations, Accidents, etc.
    • XLVI.—Small Pox, Measles, Hooping Cough, Croup, Scarlatina, Colds, Shivering, etc.
    • XLVII.—Sore Mouth—Inflamed Gums.
    • XLVIII.—Tooth-ache, Preservation of the Teeth, etc.
    • XLIX.—Watery or Inflamed Eyes.
    • L.—Deafness.
    • LI.—Ear-Ache.
    • LII.—Ringworm, Itch, etc.
    • LIII.—Psoriasis.
    • LIV.—Fistula.
    • LV.—Hæmorrhage, Irregular Menstruation, Pains in the Womb, &c.
    • LVI.—Change of Life in Females.
    • LVII.—Treatment of Ladies.
    • LVIII.—Giddiness, Dizziness, etc.
    • LIX.—Head-Aches.
    • LX.—Acute Inflammation in the Head, Chest and Abdomen.
    • LXI.—Chilblains.
    • LXII.—Cold Feet.
    • LXIII.—Cold Hands And Whitlow.
    • LXIV.—Bunnion and Enlarged Glands of Foot and Instep.
    • LXV.—Depression of Spirits, Head-Ache, etc.
    • LXVI.—Deafness.
    • LXVII.—Hernia and Constipation.
    • LXVIII.—Liver Complaint, Congestion of Blood in the Head, Enlarged Vein in the Leg.
    • LXIX.—Deformity.
    • LXX.—Spinal Complaints.
    • LXXI.—Constipation.
    • LXXII.—Indigestion.
    • LXXIII.—Stomach Complaint.
    • LXXIV.—Throwing Food off the Stomach.
    • LXXV.—Heartburn.
    • LXXVI.—Sea Sickness.
    • LXXVII.—Palpitation of the Heart.
    • LXXVIII.—Want of Sleep.
    • LXXIX.—Languid Circulation.
    • LXXX.—Ring Worm.
    • LXXXI.—Hands Frost-bitten or Suffering from a Boil.
    • LXXXII.—Weak Eyes and Eruption on the Head.
    • LXXXIII.—Weak Ankles.
    • LXXXIV.—Treatment of Infants.
    • LXXXV.—Epilepsy.
    • LXXXVI.—Hypochondria and Hysteria.
    • LXXXVII.—Fœtid Perspiration of the Feet.
    • LXXXVIII.—Stricture.
    • LXXXIX.—Inflammation of the Kidneys And Urethra.
    • XC.—Hydrocephalus.
    • XCI.—Syphilis.
    • XCII.—Chancre.
    • XCIII.—Gonorrhœa and Chancres.
    • XCIV.—Scrofula and Vaccination.
    • XCV.—Piles.
    • XCVI.—Rupture.
    • XCVII.—Chilblains.
    • XCVIII.—Cold Feet.
    • XCIX.—Eruption, Scabs, and Sores on the Arms.
    • C.—Consumption.
    • CI.—Insanity.
    • CII.—Cholera.
    • CIII.—Colds, Sore Throats, etc.
    • CIV.—Cancer, etc.
  • HYDROPATHY FOR ANIMALS.
  • EXPENSES AT GRÄFENBERG.
  • ROUTES TO GRÄFENBERG.
  • INDEX.
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