Glossary H

Hydrotherapy refers to activities and exercises that occur in water, for example, in a swimming pool to help improve or maintain physical ability .

Hygiene factors is a term in Herzberg’s Two-factor theory , job-related elements that result from but do not involve the job itself.

Hyperactive refers to the display of an unusually high level of energy and an inability to remain still or quiet.

Hyperactive/Impulsive is a form of ADHD in which people show both hyperactive and Impulsive behavior, but are able to pay

Hyperactivity refers to a term that describes a higher than normal level of activity. This may apply to behavior, and an organ can also be described as hyperactive if it is more active than usual. Hyperactivity refers to a behavior, mostly seen in children, that is marked by high levels of activity and restlessness. Hyperactivity is characterized as excessive restlessness and overactivity one of the primary characteristics of Attention -deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Hyperactivity should nNot to be confused with misbehavior or with normal high-activity levels that occur during childhood.

Hyperacusis refers to excessive auditory sensitivity

Hyperarousal refers to a response to exposure to violence and trauma including low threshold for startle response, increases in heart rate, sleep disturbance, anxiety , and motor hyperactivity .

Hyperbaric chamber is chamber where the absolute pressure is increased above atmospheric pressure.

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