irritability

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Synonyms for irritability

Synonyms for irritability

excessive sensitivity of an organ or body part

a disposition to exhibit uncontrolled anger

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Hyperirritability was tested for by hyperextending and hyperflexing the third and fourth metatarsophalangeal joints.
Effects of Drug Withdrawal on the Neonate Drug(s) Symptoms of Withdrawal Opiods Hyperirritability Gl dysfunctions: Excessive sucking, poor feeding, regurgitation, diarrhea Tremors High-pitched cry Increased muscle tone Seizures Nasal congestion Hyperthermia Tachypnea Cocaine No significant withdrawal symptoms Benzodiazapines Few infants have withdrawal syndrome Cannabis/marijuana Jitteriness Tremors Impaired sleeping Alcohol Hyperactivity Central nervous system (CNS) dysfunction Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) Jitteriness Irritability Hyperreflexia Hypertonia Poor suck Tremors Seizures Poor sleep patterns Hyperphagia Diaphoresis Selective Secretion Jitteriness Reuptake Inhibitors Respiratory distress (SSRIs) Sleep disturbance Table 2.
NAS in many ways mirrors adult withdrawal from opioids and is characterized by hyperirritability, gastrointestinal (GI) dysfunction, respiratory distress, yawning, sneezing, fever, and uncoordinated sucking reflex (Fischer et al.
Cytotrophic bovine extracts of spleen have historically been taken by people with allergic reactions (hives, canker sores, cold blisters), lymph node swelling, blood concerns (anemia, lymphocytosis), demineralization accompanied by hyperirritability, as well as those with lowered resistance to infections and boils.
LPR has been associated with numerous laryngeal conditions including muscle tension dysphonia, Reinke's edema, globus sensation, laryngeal hyperirritability, laryngospasm, delayed wound healing, posterior laryngitis, diffuse laryngitis, laryngeal pyogenic granuloma, glottic and subglottic stenosis, cricoarytenoid joint ankylosis, carcinoma and other conditions.
LPR has been associated with numerous laryngeal conditions, including muscle tension dysphonia, Reinke's edema, globus pharyngeus, laryngeal hyperirritability, laryngospasm, delayed wound healing, posterior laryngitis, diffuse laryngitis, laryngeal pyogenic granuloma, glottic and subglottic stenosis, cricoarytenoid joint ankylosis, carcinoma, and other conditions.
Inflammatory stimuli induce hyperirritability of uterine smooth muscle, enhancing contractions, cervical thinning, and cervical dilation, causing preterm labor.