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reflexly

(ˈriːflɛkslɪ)
adv
in a reflex manner
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Adv.1.reflexly - in a reflex manner; "such effects can be induced reflexly"
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Stimulation of pulmonary stretch receptors by inflation of the lung reflexly relaxes smooth muscles of larynx and tracheobronchial tree, and this may modulate the airway caliber and reduces RAW.
The inclusion criteria were as follow: being able to provide consent form; a duration of illness not less than 3 months; some capacity for active elbow extension with scores of 2 (spasticity present, a facilitator will elicit the limb synergies reflexly) out of 7 on the arm components of the Chedoke McMaster Stroke Assessment (CMSA).
A likely explanation for the irregularity is that the P-P interval is prolonged by an increase in parasympathetic tone and a decrease in sympathetic tone resulting reflexly from stimulation of the carotid sinus by systolic ejection.
Researchers at Penn State University recently presented results showing that consumption of TRP channel activators reflexly decreases neural hyperexcitability, thereby preventing cramping (3).
If a foreign body comes in contact with the mucosa of the larynx, it reflexly gives rise to violent coughing till the foreign body is expelled.
Because large amount of blood is in the venous system so this effect predominates and there is decrease in right sided filling pressure and hence intracardiac stretch receptors reflexly decrease heart rate16.
Then, equally as reflexly, it also came to my mind that one of five Roman Catholic churches in my city is called Parish Church of the Most Holy Trinity.