Full text: Medicina Statica

3i6 Medicina Statica . Sedi . VII . 
in a ihort time duly fit the Aliments for Nouriíh - menr , and therefore the Body will be filled with Crudities and grofs Juices . 
" Where Anger predominates , immoderate Ex - " e reife is very hurtful ; for foon the Partages will " be empty , and will with Violence be again filled i " whence Hippocrates forbids Wreftling and Frifti - " ons to Cholerick Perlons . 
Explanation . ' ] Anger keeps the Fibres too dry and crifpy , by too much exciting their Vibrations : Any Exercife therefore with fuch Pcrfons , will increafe that ill Difpofition , by Hill making a greater Wafte of the natural Moifturcs , and adding to the Hard - nefs of the Fibres . 
A P H . XXXIV . 
" In Perfons who exercife neither Body nor Mind , " the Paflages are not emptied , nor arc there any « bad Paillons contrafted . 
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Explanation . ' ] But it is to be feared , that much worfe Inconveniences will enfue in the Conftitution , fpr want of fufficicnt Motion and Digeftion . 
A P H . XXXV . 
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" A Body at Reft , docs perfpirc more by the 
" violent Exercife of the Mind , than if the Mind 
" was at reft , and the Body violently moved . • » 
Explanation . ] This will admit of a great deal of Difpute , and in a very few Inftances will be found true , unlefs we take the fame Latitude in ing this as in fome of the foregoing , and underftand by a greater Perfpiration , a greater Wafte of Animal Spirits , in which Senfe only this Slphçrifni can hold i good i

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