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Author: Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699?
Title: The method and means of enjoying health, vigour, and long life adapting peculiar courses for different constitutions, ages, abilities, valetudinary states, individual proprieties, habituated customs, and passions of mind : suting preservatives and correctives to every person for attainment thereof / by Everard Maynwaringe, M.D.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The method and means of enjoying health, vigour, and long life adapting peculiar courses for different constitutions, ages, abilities, valetudinary states, individual proprieties, habituated customs, and passions of mind : suting preservatives and correctives to every person for attainment thereof / by Everard Maynwaringe, M.D.
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699?

London: Printed by J.M. for Dorman Newman ..., 1683.
Notes:
Frontispiece portrait of Maynwaringe.
Running title reads: Health, vigour, and long life.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library.
Subject terms:
Health -- Early works to 1800.
Hygiene -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A50438.0001.001

Contents
frontispiece
title page
TO THE Right Honourable The Lords, and Judges;
The Scope, use, and Advantages of this Work.
The Heads, and Principal mat∣ter treated of.
SECT. I. THE Natural Duration; Casual Ab∣breviation; and industrious Pro∣longation of Mans Life p. 1
SECT. II. Of Health and the Excellency thereof, p. 20
SECT. III. Of Sickness, and a valetudinary State, p. 27
SECT. IV. The Method, and Means; for preserva∣tion of Health p. 31
SECT. V. The choice of Air, and Places of Abode: shewing the benefits and injuries, ari∣sing from different Air p. 37
SECT. VI. Wholesom and Regular Eating: for Sub∣stance, Quantity, Times, and Order, &c. to be observed p. 47
SECT. VII. The variety of mans Food: the several sorts of Flesh and Fish: their difference in digestion, and goodness p. 64
SECT. VIII. Of various Sauces; Spices; and season∣ings of meat p. 69
SECT. IX. Of Milk, and Milk-meats; Eggs, and Spoon-meats p. 75
SECT. X. The sorts of Bread, Grain, and Pulse: their goodness compared p. 82
SECT. XI. Of Roots, Herbs, and Flowers for Food: their Qualities, and right use p. 85
SECT. XII. Of Fruits; Alimental and Medicinal; di∣stinguished and advised p. 92
SECT. XIII. Of Drink: the several sorts; their Pro∣perties declared; with Rules and cau∣tions in drinking ibid.
SECT. XIV. Exercise and Rest; regulated and appoin∣ted; promoting sanity, and vivacity, p. 137
SECT. XV. Sleep and Watching; limited and cau∣tioned p. 143
SECT. XVI. Evacuations and Retentions bounded; for preservation of Health ibid.
SECT. XVII. The four Constitutions; or different va∣riation of Bodies, distinguished p. 154
SECT. XVIII. The Sanguine Constitution; or purest State of Body; how generated, and pre∣served p. 162
SECT. XIX. The Phlegmatick Constitution: managed for a reduction p. 165
SECT. XX. The Cholerick Constitution: altered, and allayed p. 169
SECT. XXI. The Melancholy Constitution; directed and governed p. 173
SECT. XXII. Diseases, and Passions of the Soul, in ge∣neral p. 177
SECT. XXIII. Distempers, and Perturbations of the Soul; particularly p. 195
SECT. I. The natural Duration; casual Abbreviation; and industri∣ous Prolongation of Mans Life.
SECT. II. Of Health, and the Excellency thereof.
SECT. III. Of Sickness, and a Valetudinary State.
SECT. IV. The Method and Means for Preservation of Health.
SECT. V. The choice of Air, and Places of Abode.
SECT. VI. Wholsome and Regular Eating: for Sub∣stance, Quantity, Times and Or∣der, &c. to be observed.
SECT. VII. The variety of Mans Food: The several sorts of Flesh and Fish; their difference in digestion, and goodness.
SECT. VIII. Of Sauces, Spices, and Seasonings of Meat.
SECT. IX. Of Milk; Milk meats; Eggs, and Spoon Meats.
SECT. X. The sorts of Bread, Grain, and Pulse; their goodness compared.
SECT. XI. Of Roots, Herbs, and Flowers for food: Their Qualities and right use.
SECT. XII. Of Fruits, Alimental, and Medicinal; distinguished and advised.
SECT. XIII. Of Drink.
SECT. XIV. Exercise, and Rest; regulated and ap∣pointed; promoting sanity and viva∣city.
SECT. XV. Sleep and Watching; Limited and Cautioned.
SECT. XVI. Evacuations, and Retentions bounded; for preservation of Health.
SECT. XVII. The four Constitutions; or different variation of Bodies, distinguished.
SECT. XVIII. The sanguine Constitution; or purest state of Body; how generated, and preser∣ved.
SECT. XIX. The Phlegmatick Constitution: mana∣ged for a reduction.
SECT. XX. The Cholerick Constitution: altered, and allayed.
SECT. XXI. The Melancholy Constitution, dire∣cted and governed.
SECT. XXII. Diseases, and Passions of the Soul, in general.
SECT. XXIII. Distempers, and Perturbations of the Soul; particularly.
Of Anger.
Fear.
Care.
Revenge, Jealousy, and Envy.
Love and Desire.
Melancholly, Grief and Despair.
Hope and Joy.
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