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ing only at stated periods; twice or thrice daily. Be governed in this respect by appetite and eat whenever there is a desire for food. Eat in the morning or at bedtime, if food is desired. Insomnia is often attrib¬ utable to hunger. In the choice of articles of diet be distrustful of past personal experience and consider it to be a trustworthy rule that those articles will be most likely to be digested without inconvenience which are most acceptable to the palate. As far as practicable let thedoi:10.1001/jama.1905.02510260044006 fatcat:ujpra7wlvbaq3ddikmlvp5iqea