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Hyperarousal

Definition of the noun Hyperarousal

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noun - plural: hyperarousals

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Google previewEvidence-Based Treatment Planning for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, DVD Companion Workbook (2011)

by Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., Timothy J. Bruce

Incorrect: Hyperarousal is a feature or symptom manifestation, not an objective for the client ...

Google previewEvidence-Based Treatment Planning for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Facilitator's Guide (2011)

by Timothy J. Bruce, Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.

Incorrect: Hyperarousal is a feature or symptom manifestation, not an objective for the client ...

Google previewDelivering CBT for Insomnia in Psychosis (2017)

A Clinical Guide by Flavie Waters, Melissa J. Ree, Vivian Chiu

Cognitive and somatic hyperarousal is a common clinical feature of Insomnia and is associated with rumination, distress associated with hallucinations and paranoia, problemsolving efforts, and worry. In this chronic state of anxiety and ...

Google previewLecture Notes: Psychiatry (2011)

by Paul Harrison, John Geddes, Michael Sharpe

Hyperarousal is a principal feature. 0. Alcohol misuse frequently occurs. d. Antidepressants are usually effective. e. Most cases resolve within a few months.

Google previewOn the Other Side of Broken - One Cop's Battle With the Demons of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (2016)

by Brian Knowler, B.A., J.D.

With PTS, hyperarousal is an ongoing thing you don't even let go at home or when you're trying to relax, which can be exhausting; The weird thing about PTS is that it while there are commonalities, the variances are so widespread so as to be ...

Google previewThe Central Nervous System Control of Respiration (2014)

Assuming that sighs have also arousal-promoting functions, what follows is that excessive sighing may generate a hyperarousal state, which could exaggerate panic. Hyperarousal is a characteristic feature of several forms of panic disorders ...

Google previewCreative Interventions with Traumatized Children (2014)

by Cathy A. Malchiodi

Hyperarousal is a common response to traumatic events, ...

Google previewViolence Mythos, The

by Barbara Whitmer

Hyperarousal is a means to reliving the traumatic event through a sensation- seeking syndrome. High-risk events induce this syndrome as a compulsion to repeat the psychological state in a different environment (the process of the victimage ...

Google previewThe Neuropsychology of Psychopathology (2012)

by Chad A. Noggle, Raymond S. Dean

The hyperarousal is a result of dysregulation of the amygdala and autonomic nervous system (ANS) consistent with subcortical activation from trauma- associated stimuli, leading to an increase in intrusive thoughts and expression of emotional ...

Google previewMedicinal Plants - Recent Advances in Research and Development (2016)

by Hsin-Sheng Tsay, Lie-Fen Shyur, Dinesh Chandra Agrawal, Yang-Chang Wu, Sheng-Yang Wang

Hyperarousal is a condition in which patients display an amplified psychological and physiological tension, such as reduction in pain tolerance, excessive startle and frighten responses, insomnia (sleeplessness), fatigue, and accentuation of ...

Google previewSleep and Quality of Life in Clinical Medicine (2008)

by Joris Verster, Seithikurippu Ratnas Pandi-Perumal, David L. Streiner

Hyperarousal is a major underlying theme for ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Stress, Three-Volume Set (2000)

Adjustment disorder ASD PTSD With anxiety With depression Avoidance With mixed anxiety and depression Hyperarousal With disturbance of conduct With mixed disturbance of emotions Dissociation and conduct Intrusive reexperiencing ...

Google previewThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Marriage, Family, and Couples Counseling (2016)

by Jon Carlson, Shannon B. Dermer

Most difficult of all of course are family patterns of reaction that come out of the hyperarousal and failure of emotional self-regulation, which often characterize trauma patterns (developmental or event trauma) in and among family members.

Google previewBlackie’s Dictionary of Biology (2000)

by Blackie

Hyperarousal Hyperuricemia Hyperarousal A state or condition of muscular and 102 Page 114.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Sleep and Sleep Disorders (2010)

by Charles Pollak, Michael J. Thorpy, Jan Yager

hyperarousal Refers to the objective...

Google previewThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Psychology and Gender (2017)

by Kevin L. Nadal

hyperarousal. Reexperiencing symptoms may include flashbacks; nightmares; recurrent, distressing memories of the traumatic event; and extreme ...

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