Results for: Suppression

In Dieting and Weight Loss

How can you suppress your appetite?

I've been using Sensa for almost a month now. Basically, its a powder you sprinkle over your food to help with portion control. My mom gave it to me on my birthday, but I'm pr (MORE)
In Definitions

What does suppress mean?

1.. to put an end to the activities of (a person, body of persons, etc.): to suppress the Communist party.. 2.. to do away with by or as by authority; abolish; stop (a prac (MORE)
In Adverse Possession

What is a suppression hearing?

A suppression hearing is an opportunity to have a judge look at theevidence against you and determine whether it is allowed at trial.It's not something you want to bank on unl (MORE)
In Warts

How can you suppress warts?

Before you go to bed, get a stone foot scrub, then scrub you wart. then soak a facial pad or cotton ball in Apple Cider Vinegar. place the soaked cotton ball/facial pad on (MORE)
In Medication and Drugs

What is a suppressant?

A suppressant is a medication that is designed to decrease the body's tendency to perform a certain action i.e. cough.
In New York

What is an example of suppression?

1 example I can give you for it suppression is too forget. like as something bad happen in your childhood your mind could suppress it but a psychiatrist could get that memory (MORE)
In Criminal Law

What is to suppress in a trial?

Suppress means to exclude or prevent disclosure, often used in reference to evidence sought to be introduced at a criminal trial. A motion to suppress is a request to a judge (MORE)
In History, Politics & Society

What is voter suppression?

Voter suppression is the usually intentional act of trying to keep voters from voting. The goal is to keep people who aren't likely to vote the way the suppressor wants, from (MORE)
In Mental Health

How do you suppress your anger?

It would most likely to get a doll, or something squishy and soft, so that way whenever you get angry or stressed, you have something to take you're anger or stress on to.
In Psychological Disciplines

What is suppression in psychology?

Also known as repression, this is where an individual pushes out of consciousness an idea, emotion or desire, and holds it in the unconscious.