Origin of regimen
Examples from the Web for regimen
An 18-year-old male is unlikely to stick to a regimen of drugs with those kinds of side effects.
The sick in hospital have a regimen suited to their condition prescribed by the doctors.Turkish Prisoners in Egypt|Various
As it was, neither of us had ever heard of occult science, or of the necessity of such a regimen to the perfectionment of faculty.
The Regimen warned, however, that milk will not be good if it produces headache or if there is fever.Medieval Medicine|James J. (James Joseph) Walsh
British Dictionary definitions for regimen
Word Origin for regimen
Word Origin and History for regimen
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).