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- noun A greater than normal
susceptibilityto light, infection etc.
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Factual conclusions regarding mercury and "hypersusceptibility" (p. 172)
Although both Drs. Aposhian and Deth testified about a hypersusceptibility to mercury, or mercury efflux disorder, there is no reliable evidence that one exists.
ASD results from a hypersusceptibility to mercury in a small group of children, one would expect the symptoms of this group to resemble closely those of mercury poisoning victims, with a lower dose producing similar effects in those genetically hypersusceptible.
Fear and Graves 'disease have the following phenomena in common: Increased heart-beat, increased respiration, rising temperature, muscular tremors, protruding eyes, loss in weight; Cannon has found an increased amount of adrenalin in the blood in fear and Frankel in Graves' disease; increased blood-pressure; muscular weakness; digestive disturbances; impaired nervous control; hypersusceptibility to stimuli; in protracted intense fear the brain-cells show marked physical changes, and in Graves 'disease analogous changes are seen (Figs. 13 C and 15).