acute effects

a·cute ef·fects

(ă-kyūt' e-fekts')
Short-term signs and symptoms of a disorder or condition.
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The program only takes about 10 minutes to run, but the acute effects last from 30 minutes to an hour.
That is certainly true, yet the acute effects of exercise should not be overlooked because they can serve as motivational reminders when willpower recedes in the face of the frustratingly longer view.
The differences in acute effects of casein and whey on satiety may be related to their digestive properties, with whey being more quickly absorbed than casein, and differences in amino acid concentrations including tryptophan, leucine, isoleucine, valine, lysine and threonine.
Although levels are usually too low to result in acute effects such as organ damage, there are many cases globally where drugs have had drastic effects in the environment.
In terms of acute effects, users may experience rapid heart rate, increased blood pressure and temperature, vomiting, and agitation.
Acute effects of using an electronic nicotine-delivery device (e-cigarette) on myocardial function: comparison with effects of regular cigarettes.
Several studies have assessed acute effects of psychomotor stimulants using various models of learning in nonhumans with somewhat mixed results.
While research has yet to demonstrate acute effects on human health from pharmaceuticals in streams, long-term exposure to pharmaceuticals in drinking water has not been studied extensively.
Centella asiactica: acute effects on daphnia magna.
We know from talking to the older men who use our services that they enjoy taking part in these activities with other gentlemen, so we need more male volunteers to enable us to help those who are no longer able to enjoy their hobbies and are feeling the acute effects of loneliness.

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