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Rest and Exercise in the Treatment of Nervous and Mental Diseases

  • T. S. Clouston (a1) and J. Batty Tuke (a1)
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I believe it is an absolute matter of fact that at the present time different physicians, both in private practice and in asylum practice, use different methods in regard to their newly-admitted patients, as far as in their treatment rest and exercise are concerned. I do not recollect that we have discussed this important question, nor do I recollect any definite paper on the subject by any competent authority. It therefore seems clear that the subject is one which demands our consideration.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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Rest and Exercise in the Treatment of Nervous and Mental Diseases

  • T. S. Clouston (a1) and J. Batty Tuke (a1)
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