Definition of Hyperalert

1. Adjective. Excessively alert, especially as a result of traumatic stress. ¹



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Definition of Hyperalert

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hyperalert

hyperadenosis
hyperadiposis
hyperadrenalcorticalism
hyperadrenalism
hyperadrenocorticalism
hyperadrenocorticism
hyperaemia
hyperaemic
hyperaesthesia
hyperaesthesias
hyperaesthetic
hyperaggressive
hyperalaninaemia
hyperaldosteronism
hyperaldosteronisms
hyperalert (current term)
hyperalertness
hyperalgesia
hyperalgesias
hyperalgesic
hyperalgia
hyperalimentation
hyperalimentations
hyperallantoinuria
hyperallergic
hyperalphalipoproteinaemia
hyperaminoaciduria
hyperammonaemia
hyperammonaemias
hyperammonemia

Literary usage of Hyperalert

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1. Batterer Intervention: Program Approaches & Criminal Justice Strategies by Christine Smith, Kerry Healey, Chris O'Sullivan (1999)
"... Weight loss/gain Recurrent dreams Hopeless/helpless Flashbacks of trauma Trouble concentrating/memory hyperalert Feeling of detachment Worthless Crying ..."

2. Child Sexual Abuse: Intervention and Treatment Issues by Kathleen C. Faller (1995)
"... friends of the family, neighbors, day care providers, and school personnel. Parents may also be hyperalert to behavioral and physical indicators, ..."

3. Critical Perspectives on Racial and Ethnic Differences in Health in Late Life by Norman B. Anderson, Rodolfo A. Bulatao, Barney Cohen (2004)
"... tion is associated with a hyperalert state of action readiness. In this situation, the organism is obviously not switched completely into a defensive, ..."

4. Acute Perinatal Asphyxia in Term Infants: Report of the Workshopedited by Linda L. Wright, Gerald B. Merenstein, Deborah Hirtz edited by Linda L. Wright, Gerald B. Merenstein, Deborah Hirtz (1997)
"As in Robertsons studies, patients were categorized as having mild (minor disturbance of tone, hyperalert- ness, and slight feeding difficulties, ..."

5. Depression in Primary Care: Vol. 2. Treatment of Major Depression: Clinical by DIANE Publishing Company (1993)
"Some patients may require less than 20 mg/day, while others may require more. Some patients feel restless or hyperalert with fluoxetine or develop initial ..."

6. Statistical Assessment Of National Significant Industrial User Noncompliance (1993)
"Some patients may require less than 20 mg/day, while others may require more. Some patients feel restless or hyperalert with fluoxetine or develop initial ..."

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