dysphoria


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dysphoria

[dis′fȯr·ē·ə]
(medicine)
The condition of not feeling well or of being ill at ease.
Morbid impatience and restlessness, anxiety, or fidgetiness.
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The indefiniteness of the other is the norm in dysphoria.
It was a watershed moment for both her and Daniel - who is now believed to be the UK's youngest reported case of the psychological disorder gender dysphoria.
In the case of dysphoria it is more disturbing: the imposition of a standardised personality in which the settings for enthusiasm, appetite and desire seem alarmingly uniform.
The most common adverse reactions of REZIRA([TM]) Oral Solution are CNS and cardiovascular reactions including the following: Sedation, drowsiness, mental clouding, lethargy, impairment of mental and physical performance, anxiety, fear, dysphoria, dizziness, psychic dependence, mood changes, nervousness, sleeplessness, tremor, or arrhythmia.
Study after study has shown that these surgeries are the only effective treatment for many patients suffering from severe gender dysphoria.
Five years after realising she had gender dysphoria, the former Attlee Road Primary School pupil plucked up the courage to tell her mum.
Dinas Powis A Best not assume that this is strictly a gender dysphoria issue.
The research fails to differentiate functional or reactive dysphoria from organic or endogenous dysphoria.
In humans, a number of psychological characteristics predict the tendency to choose such foods when stressed, such as restrained or emotional eating, neuroticism, depression and premenstrual dysphoria, all of which could indicate neurophysiological sensitivity to reinforcing effects of such foods.
Gender dysphoria sufferer "C", who cannot be named for legal reasons, has been living as a woman for more than a decade.
The policy on gender dysphoria clearly states people with the condition have the right to receive treatment.