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Synonyms for overstrain

too much strain

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strain excessively


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s] was increased as soon as the patient could perform the task without overstraining and/or experiencing discomfort [5].
Moreover, such adaptation must be accomplished without overstraining the unit's resource endowments (Gupta, McMillan & Surie, 2004).
With the help of thermo graphical knowledge and equipment, the physical overstraining of the dentist's body can be easily proven.
The researchers cautioned people from overstraining themselves at work.
In a seminar held during the campaign, Dr Kamel Ajlouni, chief of the National Center for Diabetes, contended that doctors should balance their treatment methods by making the patients lose weight slowly without overstraining them, taking into consideration their financial abilities to afford the required medicines.
Suddenly, there was a pressing need for statistical analysis to support the overstraining wartime economy and the first planks of the welfare state--unemployment insurance arrived in 1941.
The lightweight trolley slips under the lip of your black box, allowing householders to lift it even when it's full without overstraining their bodies.
Chunking: When hot tires experience rough roads, localized high pressures can result in overstraining of the material up to fractures inside the compound due to the reduction of elongation at break at high temperature.
00 percent during the entire forecast period would give economic recovery too strong a push, overstraining resource utilization in 2006 and thereafter.
Regular exercise, such as swimming, will help keep your muscles strong without risk of overstraining them.
Nobody wants to see actors overstraining themselves to put on a show but it's not unreasonable to expect the cast at least to break into a light sweat.
Both the Roman and Soviet groups came to grief through overstraining their basic economic resources.