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Heat Therapy to Ameliorate Dampness in Hyper-Emotive Patients was a medical book written by Doctor William Hanscomb of the Shalebridge Cradle.

Patients whom have lost touch with reality often have a marked dampness to their extremities - a clamminess of the hand, a sweatiness of the foot. These symptoms result from an excess of emotive humors that are trapped within the individual due to bile deficiency. Although electrical regimes are often used with this type of patient, I have also had great success with the application of heat. The heat must be of the dry variety, as hot water submersion only exacerbates symptoms by increasing emotive humors. The hot elements must be laid directly on the skin to draw away the excesses of moisture.

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