over-excitement must be avoided, and abundance of fresh air breathed, if a cure is to be expected.
She was ill from over-exertion, and nervous from over-excitement and grief.
Now you hear of a fever that resulted from the over-excitement in some way brought on at school.
The tears of over-excitement were running down my face as I put up the pistol.
Mr. Orridge shook his head, and began to expatiate on the evils of over-excitement, and the blessings of composure and sleep.
I remember that on one occasion Ward fainted at his work, from no other cause, I think, than over-excitement.
Many of us were completely jaded with the over-excitement we had experienced since the previous evening.
It is neither more nor less than over-excitement of the nerves, with too much anxiety, fatigue, and distress of mind.
Nowadays the cause of hallucination and illusion is sought in the over-excitement of the cerebro-spinal system.
It must have been my state of over-excitement that made me so quick to meddle with what did not concern me.