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- It can also produce a rare condition called ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, in which the ovary is overstimulated and produces an excess of the hormone oestrogen.
- Do not overstimulate your baby with too much activity at bedtime because he will not want to stop the fun and go to sleep.
- Madison is much like me in that she is easily overstimulated.
- Not only are we externally overstimulated, but our organs are overstimulated by eating too much.
- During puberty, levels of progesterone and, possibly, estrogen overstimulate blood circulation to the gums, making them sore and swollen.
- Today, however, our imaginations are stimulated, possibly overstimulated, by dystopic images and scenarios.
- With inflation exceptionally low and recovery still not assured, the risk of overstimulating the economy is minimal.
- Of course you run the risk of overstimulating your children by telling bedtime stories.
- In this era of communication, when information input channels are notoriously overloaded and people are overstimulated, the possibility of a new communication channel has created a sensation.
- Dog's can't calmly explain that they're in a bad mood or don't feel well or are overstimulated and need some peace.
- Sometimes he prefers being in a carrier rather than just held in my arms, especially when he is overstimulated and tired.
- You're overstimulated and working up some emotional agitation, just when you could be starting something excellent.
- The most adventurous imaginations were overstimulated by what they saw.
- Many people only use heat, but over a long time it can overstimulate muscles.
- For mothers who tend to overstimulate their infants, slowing techniques are taught - one method is to ask the mother to imitate everything the infant does.
- Well, I think, Larry, you know, at this point in the economic cycle, you can't overstimulate the economy.
- Although designed to lethally overstimulate a bug's nerves, these chemicals can attack the human nervous system as well.
- That misleading signal might cue the body to slow metabolism, increase fat deposition, and overstimulate appetite.
- Fluorescent lights and bright colors overstimulate their brains.
- If you overstimulate your senses, your brain thinks it is helping you out by resetting normal at that higher level.
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