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ease,

n the feeling of freedom of motion within a joint or tissue. Also called
compliance or
resilience.

Patient discussion about ease

Q. what to take to ease the pain of fibromyalgia?

A. As with many other syndromes, there is no universally accepted cure for fibromyalgia. Pain relief can be found with usage of common analgesics including NSAID medications over the counter. You can also try muscle relaxants. Traditionally, low doses of sedating antidepressants have been used to reduce the sleep disturbances that are associated with fibromyalgia and are believed by some practitioners to alleviate the symptoms of the disorder.

Q. guys !!! what medicines are they for easing ad depression?

A. there is a lot of use for Prozac in all sorts of depression, but that's not a "wonder medication" it's not working if you just take the pills. it has to be accompanied by a therapy or it's almost useless.

Q. what are the symptoms of bipolar??? how would you ease the feeling or the symptoms that come with the disease

A. Bipolar disorder is a physical illness that needs to be treated by a psychiatrist. i think the only way to ease the symptoms is with regular and exact medicinal help. it is proven to be effective and it might save your life.

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References in classic literature ?
When indoor necessities had been eased she turned her attention to external things.
Now her departure for Bettsbridge had once more eased his mind, and all his thoughts were on the prospect of his evening with Mattie.
But he remembered how, even then, she had surprised him by dropping back to inexpressive girlishness as soon as her conscience had been eased of its burden; and he saw that she would probably go through life dealing to the best of her ability with each experience as it came, but never anticipating any by so much as a stolen glance.
Catherine's mind was greatly eased by this information, yet a something of solicitude remained, from which sprang the following question, thoroughly artless in itself, though rather distressing to the gentleman: "But, Mr.
But he was upheld by the excitement; it seemed to make life a more thrilling adventure; and in a little while the stick which he had thrown aside, the cloak which had fallen from his shoulders, seemed an intolerable burden of which he had been eased.