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neurotic

1. of, relating to, or afflicted by neurosis
2. a person who is afflicted with a neurosis or who tends to be emotionally unstable or unusually anxious
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Graph 5 gives the categories of mental disorders among the diagnosed subjects, showing that personality disorders were dominant, followed by alcohol addiction, neurotic disorders, schizophrenic psychosis, affective disorders, paranoid psychosis, organic disorders, psychoactive drug addiction and mental retardation.
A new study suggests that people who rent rather than own their apartments and do not own cars are more likely to suffer from neurotic disorders such as anxiety.
Although the ram of neurotic disorder is higher than in UK resident women, the odds ratio of 2.
Two-thirds of women inmates have a neurotic disorder, such as depression, compared with a fifth of the general population, and 14pc suffer from severe mental illness compared with the general figure of less than 1pc.
The Prison Reform Trust said two-thirds of women inmates have a neurotic disorder, compared with a fifth of the general population, and 14percent suffer from severe mental illness, compared with the general figure of less than 1percent.
However, in the developed countries, conversion reaction is no longer a common neurotic disorder and is very rarely encountered in its classic form.
Two-thirds of women inmates have a neurotic disorder such as depression, compared with a fifth of the general population, and 14 per cent suffer from severe mental illness compared with the general figure of less than one per cent, the group said.
ONE in six people in the UK suffer from a neurotic disorder, a survey has revealed.
MBD most prevalent in both genders were mood disorders (F30-F39) and neurotic disorders, stress-related disorders and somatoform disorders (F40-F48), shown in Table 3.
Separate clinics for thalassemia, orthopaedics and neurotic disorders will also be introduced in a phased manner.
The approach adopted in this paper reflects the possibility of interdisciplinary approach to the discussion and analysis of Beyala's works centred on the salient issues of tracing the aetiology, symptoms and identification of specific neurotic disorders of oppressed adolescent females.
Bipolar disorder was found in 4%, psychotic disorder in 2% & other neurotic disorders in 6%.