hyperexcitable

hyperexcitable

(ˌhaɪpərɪkˈsaɪtəbəl)
adj
(Psychology) extremely reactive to stimuli
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Success in this case is attributed to the combination of early fluid and drug therapy, intensive physical rehabilitation therapy, and anxiolytics to counteract the hyperexcitable nature of this wild-caught bird.
Cramp-fas-ciculation syndrome: a treatable hyperexcitable peripheral nerve disorder.
her mind could be tricked into forgetting, but her hyperexcitable nose was rewired for eternal stubbornness.
Topical Chemical Neuro Stimulation is a process whereby small molecules activate TRP ion channels on sensory nerves in the oral mucosa, which we hypothesize signal through neural circuits to inhibit the hyperexcitable motor neurons in the spinal cord that can cause muscle cramps, noted Dr.
but it is possible that hyperexcitable cortical areas could be stimulated to different degrees and extents by different musical stimuli" (Maguire, 2012, p.
Sleep deprivation causes a hyperexcitable state that amplifies the pain response.
Not all of the kids who had the hyperexcitable cells went on to have allergic reactions to foods at age 1, though.
Differential responses to lithium in hyperexcitable neurons from patients with bipolar disorder," Nature, vol.
Several studies have shown that proinflammatory cytokines induced functional changes in C-fiber afferents that led to these relatively unexcitable afferents becoming hyperactive or hyperexcitable.
A large body of data supports the hypothesis that neurons become hyperexcitable in ALS, firing more than they normally do.
Painful stimuli produced by a surgical incision can lead to hyperexcitable state in the spinal cord.
Eclampsia also known as perpurial tetany is most frequently encountered in small, hyperexcitable breeds of dogs and occasionally in felines (Edney, 1969).