Alcohol also disinhibits
us behaviorally, which means it becomes more difficult to make healthy choices; the alcohol effect says, "Never mind, we'll worry about this another time."
It has been suggested, and partly proven, that zolpidem disinhibits
the globus pallidus interna, and in that way increases the thalamic excitatory role on the frontal lobes.
More specifically, inhibition of their activity disinhibits
the activity of the prefrontal projection neurons, and synchronises their action.
Current translational frameworks support the proposition that ATD thus disinhibits
dorsal raphe-originating serotonergic control of corticotropin-releasing hormone-mediated excitation of the BNST.
But, Dr Mike Hopley says: "Alcohol is very good at dealing with stress in the short term as it disinhibits
the central nervous system - but then your resolve weakens.
Sentencing him to four years in prison at Leeds Crown Court on Wednesday, Judge James Stewart told Webster: "Drink in excess disinhibits
and causes people to behave in a way in which they would not ordinarily behave.
Because alcohol disinhibits
appetite, it could trigger binge eating that could trigger a relapse of the eating disorder.
From the basic conceptual premise that alcohol disinhibits
socially inhibited behavior, it has been concluded that individuals who exhibit different levels of social inhibition in a sober state will be variably affected by alcohol.
Nitrous oxide disinhibits
people, so t with a strong drive to control their surroundings often become uncomfortable and don't respond well to [the gas].
Its functions are that it clears heat and disinhibits
urination, seeps dampness and stops diarrhea.
Although the mechanism of morphine in OCD is unclear, one possibility suggests that stimulation of m-opioid receptors disinhibits
serotonergic neurons in the raphe necleus by suppressing inhibitory gaminobutyric acid-ergic neurotransmission, and thus increasing serotonergic tone.
This formula boosts the qi and fortifies the spleen, disinhibits
water and disperses swelling.