nervous irritability


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nervous irritability

The response of a nerve to a stimulus.
See also: irritability
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The Eclectics used valerian for rheumatism, fevers, and nervous irritability.
Mercury poisoning, known as mercurialism, can cause kidney damage and - at high levels - intestinal problems, nervous irritability and water retention.
In terms of Structure/Function claims, several have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), including "Reduces stress," "Promotes relaxation without drowsiness," "Eases nervousness due to common every day overwork and fatigue" and "Reduces nervous irritability.