overstimulation


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overstimulation

(ˌəʊvəˌstɪmjʊˈleɪʃən)
n
the act or instance of stimulating too much
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Without having a tinge of cruelty in his singular composition, he was undoubtedly callous from long overstimulation. Yet, if his emotions were dulled, his intellectual perceptions were exceedingly active.
Consider the wastes incidental to the blind and haphazard production of commodities--the factories closed, the workers idle, the goods spoiling in storage; consider the activities of the stock manipulator, the paralyzing of whole industries, the overstimulation of others, for speculative purposes; the assignments and bank failures, the crises and panics, the deserted towns and the starving populations!
Pharmaceutical quality lavender oil capsules are shown to decrease excessive neurotransmitter activity, reducing overstimulation and hyperactivity of the nervous response - improving symptoms of mild anxiety.
Gelfand also shares my observation that colicky crying is more likely to occur "at the end of the day," a time when we are tired and are less tolerant of overstimulation.
INTROVERT MAMA PROBLEM: Overstimulation makes you feel anxious and distracted.
Overstimulation of brain cells by chronic, high levels of glutamate causes dysfunction and programmed cell death.
But she says parents also want more restful bedrooms for their kids as a response to digital overstimulation and the pace of modern kids' lives.
This AChE inhibition causes an accumulation of ACh, and the overstimulation of the nicotinic receptors at the neuromuscular junctions (Figure 2).
CONCERNED parents are often looking for ideas to create more restful bedrooms for their children as a response to digital overstimulation and the pace of modern lives.
Emotional and physical stress are strongly associated with TTS, and it has been hypothesised that the overstimulation of the autonomic nervous system may lead to TTS events."
For emotional outbursts, he receives consistent guidance from parents and teachers who understand he still has occasional difficulty dealing with overstimulation. In many ways, he seems to be a normal 6-year-old who wants to climb trees and ride his scooter.