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Study an modulation of human cortical excitability with transcranial magnetic stimulation.
Comment: Omega-3 fatty acids inhibit neuronal excitability and reduce seizures in animal models.
The trial will evaluate the potential of the drug, Retigabine, which has a unique mechanism of action and can calm the excitability of nerve cells that are thought to cause seizures.
He added: " The neurological symptoms can include increased excitability and tremors in fingers, eyelids and lips, which may progress to long- term shaking of hands and feet.
Your GP could apply a nip and tuck for well-being, a snip to remove negativity and a bypass to lower the excitability factor, reduce stress and induce calm and produce a bland model citizen who will cause no trouble, commit no crime and who needs no vote because consensus has been built in.
Participants were also asked to rate their dogs on behavioral characteristics, including excitability, trainability, stranger fear and aggression, separation problems and attention-seeking behavior.
Electromyography (EMG) is effective at monitoring the progression of true labor, because it can detect "the changes in cell excitability and coupling necessary for effective contractions," said Dr.
In this work a physical model for the reduced excitability in neurons exposed to a constant magnetic field is presented.
The word "hyperactive" is the broad term formerly used to describe children who have attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), behavioural conditions that include being disruptive, having a poor attention span, sleeplessness and excitability.
It is well documented that any changes in H-reflex amplitude, latency and recovery time reflect the changes in spinal motor neuron excitability [8,11,12].
The primary theory is related to increased excitability of the cerebral cortex and abnormal control of pain neurons in the trigeminal nucleus of the brainstem.