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  • n. An excessive activation

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  • If it becomes truly excessive, then the overactivation that results can become outright dangerous to the cells.

    The Chemistry of Calm

  • The common consensus in psychology right now is that phobia formation is overactivation of a genetically-predisposed fear (such as snakes, spiders, blood, or heights) common to all primates and/or the result of powerful and negative experience with the object of phobia (such as phobia of dogs after being bitten as a child).

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  • All of these excess stressors—stressors we were not designed to deal with on a chronic and repetitive basis—lead to overactivation of the sympathetic nervous system and stress response, followed by burnout.

    The UltraMind Solution

  • P53 activation supresses cancer but overactivation can lead to premature aging.

    You Staying Young

  • It stems from overactivation of a gene called LRP6 (low-density lipoprotein receptor-related protein 6), which stimulates an important cell-growth signaling pathway.

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  • "It becomes a vicious circle because no matter where genetic damage occurs, the result is the same - overactivation of the circle, overexpression of the KIT protein, and proliferation of leukemic cells," Liu says.

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  • Similarly, norepinephrine has a role in attention and arousal, but its overactivation can trigger stress responses and relapse, he says.

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  • "We found that overactivation of an important signaling pathway resulted in loss of function," Snyder-Warwick says.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • "We found that overactivation of an important signaling pathway resulted in loss of function,"

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  • The default system is also overactive, though to a lesser extent, in first-degree relatives of schizophrenia patients who did not themselves have the disease, which indicates that overactivation of the default system may be linked to the genetic cause of the disease rather than its consequences.

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