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1. Hypersensitive definition is - excessively or abnormally sensitive
2. How to use Hypersensitive in a sentence.
3. What Yang & Girgus found is that the more Hypersensitive a person was, the more likely they were to feel judged in those ambiguous situations and also to feel low self-esteem in that situation.
4. Hypersensitive synonyms, Hypersensitive pronunciation, Hypersensitive translation, English dictionary definition of Hypersensitive
5. Adjective excessively sensitive: to be Hypersensitive to criticism
6. People are Hypersensitive to the messages brands are putting out during this pandemic, which means this personal touch matters more than ever. UNPACKING THE TIKTOK ALGORITHM: THREE REASONS WHY IT’S THE MOST ADDICTIVE SOCIAL NETWORK BRIAN FREEMAN SEPTEMBER 11, 2020 SEARCH ENGINE WATCH
7. Hypersensitive nerves, senses descriptions: Your nerves are overly reactive
8. very easily changed or damaged by physical conditions, or easily upset: He’s Hypersensitive about his height
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9. (Definition of Hypersensitive from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © …
10. On the other hand, tss2, Hypersensitive to ionic and osmotic stress, showed an intermediate response between tss1 and tos1
11. From the Cambridge English Corpus We are asking, not for Hypersensitive …
12. Children who are Hypersensitive may complain about sensory
13. Patients with a Hypersensitive esophagus have a more intense perception for the same degree of stimulation compared to patients without a Hypersensitive esophagus
14. Children who are Hypersensitive take in all stimuli at once and at a much higher degree than others
15. Hypersensitive people are over-responsive to their environment
16. Here, experts at Heidelberg University, in Germany, have found that neuroplasticity, or the ability of the nervous system to change and adapt, may be involved in hypersensitivity during the transition between acute pain and chronic pain sensory processing, with maladaptive changes at the spinal cord creating a syndrome of Hypersensitive chronic
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17. ‘The skin is extremely painful and Hypersensitive, even to air movement.’ ‘This is a type of Hypersensitive reaction triggered by exposure to an antigen …
18. Adjective If you say that someone is Hypersensitive, you mean that they get annoyed or offended very easily
19. Student teachers were Hypersensitive …
20. • They can be touchy and Hypersensitive to rejection, and their social skills are, as yet, underdeveloped
21. • Yet the peripheral zone is Hypersensitive to sudden change
22. • This is a boon for anyone who is Hypersensitive to the latter solvents
23. Hypersensitive to • Jen's doctors found that she was Hypersensitive to smoke.
24. Unlike the Hypersensitive necrotic reaction, this stem-tip necrosis can be a serious threat to soybean production
25. Some patients are Hypersensitive to quinine and even small doses may give rise to cinchonism
26. Some people have Hypersensitive skin and are …
27. Having Hypersensitive skin is no picnic
28. Eucerin's Hypersensitive Skin ranges offer a holistic skin care approach to manage all three symptoms in the Hypersensitive Skin Triangle - a compromised skin barrier, hyper-reactive sensory fibres in the epidermis and reddened skin, often caused by inflammation.
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29. If the parent shares similar tendencies, and many do, humbly reveal your own "Hypersensitive hot-spots," although the teen probably knows them by now
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30. Synonyms for Hypersensitive in Free Thesaurus
31. 8 synonyms for Hypersensitive: hypersensitised, hypersensitized, sensitised, sensitized
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32. Hypersensitive skin - a more extreme version of sensitive skin - has three consistent signs and symptoms, collectively termed the Hypersensitive Skin Triangle: a compromised barrier function (which makes it more susceptible to irritants than healthy skin), hyper-reactive sensory fibres in the epidermis and finally, redness, often caused by inflammation.
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33. This explanation was readily understood by Melanie who was Hypersensitive about all matters relating to childbirth
34. Allergic Hypersensitive sensitised sensitized supersensitive
35. Hypersensitive skin, a catch-all term for a multitude of skin conditions, is characterized by an over-reaction to external or internal stressors
36. The researchers cannot as yet say whether the Hypersensitive CNS is a permanent condition or whether it can be improved in the long term
37. Autistic people who are Hypersensitive to sound may cover their ears, wince in pain, or startle at noises that barely bother others
hypersensitive (adjective) · hyper-sensitive (adjective)
Definition of hypersensitive 1 : excessively or abnormally sensitive 2 : abnormally susceptible physiologically to a specific agent (such as a drug or antigen) 1 : excessively or abnormally sensitive 2 : abnormally susceptible physiologically to a specific agent (as a drug or antigen)
Synonyms for hypersensitive. having an allergy or peculiar or excessive susceptibility (especially to a specific factor) Synonyms. hypersensitised. hypersensitized. sensitised. sensitized. supersensitised.
Definition of a Highly Sensitive Person. Highly sensitive people, also known as individuals who are hypersensitive or people with overexcitabilities, are simply otherwise normal human beings who happen to have the as of yet still uncommon trait of being extremely sensitive to stimuli, both internal and external.
Super Sensitivity is a Spectrum. Sensitivity appears to be a spectrum. This is why it cannot be defined in a singular way. Each person's body reacts differently to ingested, inhaled, or absorbed gluten, but the degree of sensitivity tends to follow a very specific path.