|Author:||Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699?|
|Title:||Vita sana & longa the preservation of health and prolongation of life proposed and proved : in the due observance of remarkable præcautions, and daily practicable rules, relating to body and mind, compendiously abstracted from the institutions and law of nature / by E. Maynwaringe ...|
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Vita sana & longa the preservation of health and prolongation of life proposed and proved : in the due observance of remarkable præcautions, and daily practicable rules, relating to body and mind, compendiously abstracted from the institutions and law of nature / by E. Maynwaringe ...
Maynwaringe, Everard, 1628-1699?, White, Robert, 1645-1703.
London: Printed by J.D. Sold by the Booksellers, 1669.
Includes frontispiece portrait of the author, signed: R. White, sculp.
Errata: p. .
Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.
Hygiene -- Early works to 1800.
Long Life, AND Means to attain it.
SECT. II. The Preservation of Health.
SECT. III. Of Sickness, and a Valetudinary State.
Precautions and Rules for the preservation of Health, and Prolongation of Life; In the choice of Air, and places of abode.
SECT. V. Preservation of Health in the choice of Meats; and Regular Eating.
SECT. VI. Preservation of Health in the choice of Drinks, and Re∣gular Drinking.
SECT. VII. Exercise and Rest, regulated and duly appointed.
SECT. VIII. Sleep and Watching, Limited and Cautioned.
SECT. IX. Preservation of Health, by Regular and Requisite Evacuation and Retention.
SECT. X. The different state and variation of Bodies. Commonly distinguished by four Constitutions.
SECT. XI. Praecautions and Rules, Appointed for the Sanguine Con∣stitution; or purest State and Condition of Body.
SECT. XII. Diaetetick Regiment, Assigned to the Phlegmatick Con∣stitution.
SECT. XIII. The Cholerick Constitution Regulated.
SECT. XIV. The Melancholy Constitution, Stated and Cautioned.
SECT. XV. The various Dyscrasies or Passi∣ons of the Soul in general.
SECT. XVI. Perturbations or Passions of the Soul particularly.
Revenge, Jealousie, and Envy.
Love and Desire.
Melancholly, Grief and Despair.
Hope, Joy and Mirth.