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Mine occurred during an agitated depression a year and a half ago.
The other half experience what's known as "agitated depression," which has a very different symptom profile.
In low doses it is used to treat agitated depression (together with an antidepressant).
"Just your everyday agitated depression compounded by acute alcoholic intoxication crisis."
It is contrasted with agitated depression (characterised by heightened psychomotor activity).
Mute behavior with agitated depression.
An actual/ought discrepancy triggers agitated depression (characterized by feelings of guilt, apprehension, anxiety or fear).
Cassidy described her as "suffering from an agitated depression, fearful, isolated, and lacking in psychosocial support.'
Dysphoric mania is primarily manic and agitated depression is primarily depressed.
An agitated depression is a "major depressive [episode] with superimposed hypomanic symptoms".
Previous additional indications were agitated depression, tension and anxiety linked to alcohol withdrawal and dysphoria of epileptic patients.
The Arab physician, Najab ud-din Muhammad described a number of mental illnesses such as agitated depression and neurosis.
It should be used only with caution in the treatment of agitated depressions, as it can cause akathisia as a side effect, which could worsen the agitation.
Another patient, a 60-year-old woman suffering from agitated depression, became paralyzed on her left side a few hours after the operation, lost the ability to speak, and fell into a coma.
Its portrait of a severely neurotic woman adrift in a bleak industrial landscape is a clinically acute study of agitated depression in the days before Prozac.
A study by Goodwin and Ghaemi (2003) reported manic symptoms in two-thirds of patients with agitated depression, which they suggest calling "mixed-state agitated depression".
The couple have a 30-year-old son, David (Aaron Harnick), an aspiring filmmaker recently returned from Los Angeles who wanders around the house in a state of agitated depression, fighting back tears.
Agitated depression; The effectiveness of moclobemide in agitated depression is equivalent to that of imipramine and sedative antidepressants such as amitriptyline, mianserin and maprotiline.
The Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy (MMDT) splits the DSM-IV diagnosis into dysphoric mania and an agitated depression state.
One of his less successful patients was Rosemary Kennedy, a sister of John F. Kennedy, who underwent a lobotomy for agitated depression in 1941 but remained institutionalized for the rest of her life.
Psychotic depression, unipolar endogenous depression, bipolar depression, depression with and without melancholia, retarded depression as well as agitated depression all respond to moclobemide, as does neurotic depression, reactive depression.
In severe cases, the withdrawal reaction or protracted withdrawal may exacerbate or resemble serious psychiatric and medical conditions, such as mania, schizophrenia, agitated depression, panic disorder generalised anxiety disorder, and complex partial seizures and, especially at high doses, seizure disorders.
In the context of mental disorder, a mixed state, also known as dysphoric mania, agitated depression, or a mixed episode, is a condition during which features of mania and depression, such as agitation, anxiety, fatigue, guilt, impulsiveness, irritability, morbid or suicidal ideation, panic, paranoia, pressured speech and rage, occur simultaneously.