An 18-year-old male is unlikely to stick to a regimen of drugs with those kinds of side effects.
The mental and spiritual advantages of the regimen made themselves known to us by experience.
She commenced by taxing him with his book against her 'regimen.'
These he keeps off by regimen, watering with clear water, and filling the house with steam.
But I am now on a system of cure by regimen: I am tired of surgery.
We follow exactly what you have prescribed for their regimen and their studies.
Madame, it seemed, had prescribed a regimen, and meant to have it followed.
The regimen was written in the rhymed verses which were so familiar at this time.
Dr. Dewey's advice in the "No-Breakfast" regimen is excellent.
The regimen was not written for physicians, but for popular information.
c.1400, medical, "course of diet, exercise, etc. for sake of health;" mid-15c., "act of governing," from Old French regimen (14c.), from Latin regimen "rule, guidance, government, means of guidance, rudder," from regere "to rule" (see regal).
regimen reg·i·men (rěj'ə-mən, -měn')
A regulated system, as of diet, therapy, or exercise, intended to promote health or achieve another beneficial effect.
A course of intense physical training.