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  • noun Excessive excitation


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over- +‎ excitation


  • "In particular, VICP is interested in the Committee's review on more recent theories of 'neuroinflammation' and 'hyperarousal/overexcitation of the immune system via multiple simultaneous antigenic stimulation."

    EPA Study: Autism Boom Began in 1988, Environmental Factors Are Assumed

  • This leads to overexcitation of cells and inflammation.

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  • The authors of the study suggest that if we can use antioxidants, energy boosters, and anti-inflammatory treatments along with compounds that reduce the overexcitation excitotoxicity of brain cells, which lead to cell death, then we can protect the brain and prevent, stop, or reverse this process.

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  • Understanding this helps us learn how to prevent overexcitation and calm things down.

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  • The good news is that we understand how to modulate this system naturally to prevent overexcitation and brain injury.

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  • Dr. Rust commented that if inorganic mercury causes overexcitation, and the amount of mercury increases over time, patients with autism would get progressively worse over time.

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  • Second, it produced an excess of glutamate, the primary excitatory neurotransmitter in the brain, leading to a persistent state of overexcitation or overarousal.

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  • When your brain cells are injured by overexcitation or die, every one of the problems we have been discussing in this book ensues—ADHD, autism, depression, anxiety, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and more.

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