Noun(1) the internal and external use of water in the treatment of disease
(1) She was a single mother, and she was exploring all sorts of homeopathy, hydropathy , all those things that people did in those days to try to get well.(2) He turned to hydropathy , a Victorian medical fashion in which a patient is given cold showers, steam baths, and wrappings in wet sheets.(3) It jumped from a small local spa to a national one in the middle of the 19th cent. with the popularity of hydropathy .(4) He subjected himself uncritically to nonsensical and unpleasant hydropathic ‘cures’.(5) She continued her medical lectures and began offering her own hydropathic treatments.(6) He went off to a hydropathic centre, but by May his health appeared to be on the verge of serious breakdown.(7) In the 19th century this pudding seems to have been known as ‘ hydropathic pudding’ because it was served at health resorts where pastry was forbidden.(8) The practices of the early Hygienists were a composite mixture of hygiene and hydropathy, while most of the practitioners were designated as hydropathists .(9) Other alternatives included herbalist doctors, who only used plants and plant extracts in their treatments, and hydropathists , who promoted water cures.(10) She wrote her medical thesis on the preventive approaches she had learned from hydropathists .(11) Above all, the hydropathists reminded us of the inseparable relationship that exists between good health and pure water.(12) We emerge, spluttering and gasping from a genuine cold salt-water bath, such as the hydropathists have no idea of.
1. hydrotherapy ::
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