For some, the drug can produce a haze of inhibition, making sex crazier, hotter, and more erotic.
As for the Ambien sex haze, Sara says she missed that window of inhibition.
Her ADHD subjects were particularly masterful when the talent in question involved a lack of inhibition.
He no longer believes that he can move and it needs new suggestions to overcome this inhibition.
This professor did not explain what he meant by 'death due to inhibition'?
The audiencia was given final jurisdiction over the residencias of these officials, with inhibition of appeal.
The professor claims that death is due to a phenomenon of inhibition.
Of course slight degrees are easily hidden by the patient's own inhibition of external expression.
If you can once overcome an inhibition, you have broken its hold.
We have learned, however, that inhibition is one of the important functions of the nervous system.
late 14c., "formal prohibition; interdiction of legal proceedings by authority;" also, the document setting forth such a prohibition, from Old French inibicion and directly from Latin inhibitionem (nominative inhibitio) "a restraining," from past participle stem of inhibere "to hold in, hold back, keep back," from in- "in, on" (see in- (2)) + habere "to hold" (see habit). Psychological sense of "involuntary check on an expression of an impulse" is from 1876.
inhibition in·hi·bi·tion (ĭn'hə-bĭsh'ən, ĭn'ə-)
The act of inhibiting or the state of being inhibited.
Something that restrains, blocks, or suppresses.
The conscious or unconscious restraint of a behavioral process, a desire, or an impulse.
Any of a variety of processes that are associated with the gradual attenuation, masking, and extinction of a previously conditioned response.
The condition in which or the process by which a reaction is inhibited.
The condition in which or the process by which an enzyme is inhibited.
The blocking or limiting of the activity of an organ, tissue, or cell of the body, caused by the action of a nerve or neuron or by the release of a substance such as a hormone or neurotransmitter. Compare excitation.
A personal hindrance to activity or expression. For example, fear of contracting cancer might serve as an inhibition against smoking.