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  1. Shakashicage | 08.07.2019 at 17:43 | Reply
    If you have hyperthyroidism, it means your thyroid is overactive and produces too much of a hormone called thyroxine. Learn more about the symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment of.
  2. hyperactive definition: 1. Someone who is hyperactive has more energy than is normal, gets excited easily, and cannot stay. Learn more.
  3. There are also certain medical and mental health conditions that can cause hyperactive behavior. Thyroid issues, lack of sleep, anxiety, and mental distress related to things like abuse can all lead to hyperactivity. Starting puberty can cause kids to be hyperactive, too.
  4. “Hyperactive!” is a single by British musician Thomas Dolby, taken from his second album The Flat Earth, released in Additional vocals were provided by Louise Ulfstedt.
  5. Hyperactive definition is - affected with or exhibiting hyperactivity; broadly: more active than is usual or desirable. How to use hyperactive in a sentence.
  6. Fenrikasa | 12.07.2019 at 09:36 | Reply
    Hyperactive is a physical trait in The Sims 3 for Wii. It conflicts with the Easy Going trait. Hyperactive Sims are always wishing they were moving on to a new activity. They can also workout harder than other Sims but may suddenly collapse without warning. Sims .
  7. Gardashicage | 12.07.2019 at 19:27 | Reply
    ADHD is a medical condition that makes it harder for kids to stay focused. Kids with ADHD can also be more fidgety than other kids their age. This article for kids explains how doctors decide a kid has ADHD and what they can do about it.
  8. hyperactive translate: 多动亢奋的,过分活跃的. Learn more in the Cambridge English-Chinese simplified Dictionary.
  9. hyperactive (hī′pər-ăk′tĭv) adj. 1. Highly or excessively active: a hyperactive thyroid gland. 2. Characterized by or displaying excessive motor activity, restlessness, and often talkativeness: hyperactive behavior; hyperactive children. hy′per·ac′tive·ly adv. hy′per·ac·tiv′i·ty n. Patient discussion about hyperactive Q. My son who.
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