excitability

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ex·cit·a·ble

 (ĭk-sī′tə-bəl)
adj.
1. Easily excited.
2. Capable of responding to stimuli.

ex·cit′a·bil′i·ty, ex·cit′a·ble·ness n.
ex·cit′a·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.excitability - excessive sensitivity of an organ or body part
reactivity, responsiveness - responsive to stimulation
2.excitability - being easily excitedexcitability - being easily excited      
emotionalism, emotionality - emotional nature or quality
boiling point - being highly angry or excited; ready to boil over; "after an hour of waiting I was at the boiling point"

excitability

noun nervousness, stress, tension, volatility, high spirits, restlessness, restiveness, hot-headedness She has always been inclined to excitability and impatience.
Translations
سُرْعَة التَّهِيُّج
irritabilitetpirrelighed
izgulékonyság
bráîlyndi
kolay heyecana kapılma

excitability

[ɪkˈsaɪtəˈbɪlɪtɪ] N [of person] → excitabilidad f; [of mood, temperament] → nerviosismo m

excitability

nErregbarkeit f; (Med) → Reizbarkeit f

excitability

[ɪkˌsaɪtəˈbɪlɪtɪ] neccitabilità

excite

(ikˈsait) verb
1. to cause or rouse strong feelings of expectation, happiness etc in. The children were excited at the thought of the party.
2. to cause or rouse (feelings, emotions etc). The book did not excite my interest.
exˈcitable adjective
easily becoming excited or upset.
exˌcitaˈbility noun
exˈcited adjective
exˈcitedly adverb
exˈcitement noun
His arrival caused great excitement; the excitement of travel.
exˈciting adjective
an exciting adventure.

ex·cit·a·bil·i·ty

n. excitabilidad, susceptible a estimulantes.
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The common symptoms of hypokalemia in the neuromuscular system are myasthenia, paroxysmal soft paralysis, and reduced muscle excitability. Hypokalemia could manifest as mental symptoms such as depression, drowsiness and loss or impairment in memory and orientation.
Serum electrolyte levels, including sodium(Na), potassium (K), calcium (Ca), and magnesium (Mg), can affect HRV directly by influencing cardiac muscle excitability and heart rate and indirectly by modifying blood pressure (8,9).