Dysphoria - Definition


Dysphoria refers to a negative disruption in humor due to a bipolar disorder, withdrawal, bereavement, opiate use, or depression. This state is long-lasting in the majority of cases. Gender dysphoria is a term used by psychotherapists when their patients suffer from sexual identity troubles. A dysphoric individual feels a certain uneasiness, sometimes has episodes of anger that can disturb those around him, and may feel excessive sadness, boredom, or dissatisfaction.
Published by Jeff. Latest update on November 19, 2013 at 10:41 AM by Jeff.
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