- hyper- + vigilance (Wiktionary)
“Psychologically, it was called hypervigilance, a classic symptom of PTSD.”
“He examines how terrorism hypervigilance is threatening civil liberties, the economy, and lives.”
“This constant outer preoccupation and hypervigilance is codependency making in that we are overly preoccupied with the moods of another person and under aware of our own moods.”
“Finally a game that doesn’t give me motion sickness and where hypervigilance is an assett.”
“His hypervigilance is a sign that he is feeling anxious, and what he is anxious about is that the mother-child bond has little to do with him.”
“Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can cause "flashbacks" which revive terrifying memories, recurring nightmares, "hypervigilance" -- jumpiness and irritability, feelings of panic and fear, social isolation and depression.”
“But what I think we should be emphasizing here is that this kind of hypervigilance in interrogating various details with a bias toward claiming that there is a conventional view, and that the conventional view is solid, and the skeptics who question it are grasping at straws and are desperate to deny reality -- this is itself a denial of reality ...”
“PTSD's symptoms, as listed in the DSM-IV (the manual used to categorize psychiatric disorders), include "persistent re-experiencing of the traumatic event," "hypervigilance" and”
“You need a happy hour — at least one hour, every day — to break the cycle of hypervigilance that keeps stress hormones circulating through your system.”
“In several studies, TM has been shown to buffer fight-or-flight responses, which are thought to be overactive in people with PTSD, as evidenced by their hypervigilance, anxiety and exaggerated startle responses.”
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