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38 Cooling while sweating results in nausea, because moisture collects and attacks the region where breathing occurs. 39 Running in a cloak and applying oil cause lack of color on account of stifling. 40 During sleep there is more sweat, because everything is very moist and warm on account of the concentration of moisture and heat. SIGLA codex ex quo alii pendent A = Vaticanus Gr. 1302 (no. 16 Burnikel), saec. xi ν ineunte codices alii qui in hac editione citantur Β = Bernensis 402 (no. D. 1480 D = Ambrosianus Ρ 80 sup.

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