Definitions

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  • adjective In a state of hyperarousal.

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ aroused

Examples

  • This might seem desirable, because it means your body is not in a hyperaroused state, but it actually represents a severe imbalance.

    SO STRESSED

  • Coffee is highly acidic and will promote extra cortisol production and arouse your already hyperaroused sympathetic nervous system; you are already high-strung enough without added caffeine jitters.

    SO STRESSED

  • Coffee is highly acidic and will promote extra cortisol production and arouse your already hyperaroused sympathetic nervous system; you are already high-strung enough without added caffeine jitters.

    SO STRESSED

  • This might seem desirable, because it means your body is not in a hyperaroused state, but it actually represents a severe imbalance.

    SO STRESSED

  • Interviews and focus groups revealed that information overload causes a hyperaroused condition in which executives make “foolish decisions and flawed conclusions.”

    Find Your Focus Zone

  • Interviews and focus groups revealed that information overload causes a hyperaroused condition in which executives make “foolish decisions and flawed conclusions.”

    Find Your Focus Zone

  • Interviews and focus groups revealed that information overload causes a hyperaroused condition in which executives make “foolish decisions and flawed conclusions.”

    Find Your Focus Zone

  • Interviews and focus groups revealed that information overload causes a hyperaroused condition in which executives make “foolish decisions and flawed conclusions.”

    Find Your Focus Zone

  • CAROL NORTH, PSYCHIATRIST, WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY: Many feel keyed up, on edge, hypervigilant and hyperaroused, others simply cry.

    CNN Transcript Sep 27, 2001

  • Two reports make the case that people with insomnia are hyperaroused, Bonnet says.

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