Eventually, the above results in the development of intolerance of shift work [2,3] that can manifest in sleep disorders, chronic fatigue, cardiovascular diseases, gastric disorders), greater consumption of coffee, alcohol, tranquilizers, impaired social functioning, decrease in overall life satisfaction, decreased quality of sexual life, depression, symptoms of burn-out, psychoneurotic
disorders and accelerated ageing process.
Depression is described as: "a psychoneurotic
or psychotic disorder marked especially by sadness, inactivity, difficulty in thinking and concentration, a significant increase or decrease in appetite and time spent sleeping, feelings of dejection and hopelessness, and sometimes suicidal tendencies" (Merriam-Webster Dictionary, 2013).
The court heard that Ivy Nettleton was borderline mentally unstable, psychoneurotic
He described that these are a group of patients who neither fit into psychotic or psychoneurotic
group, which gave rise to the term 'borderline'.
We excluded those patients with associated significant comorbidities (like psychoneurotic
disorders, advanced diabetes mellitus, severe untreated hip, or knee osteoarthritis, etc.
The Bergonic chair was an apparatus devised to administer general electric shock treatment for psychological effect, in psychoneurotic
cases during the Great War.
The gathered collection of eccentrics include a self-medicating man with a murderous new bride; a post-traumatic stress suffering senior on the lam; a world-class tap dancer and her psychoneurotic
dog; a recovering science fiction memorabilia addict; a beautiful meteorite hunter; and a fry cook with several dark secrets.
75) This system featured six top-level categories of mental classification: normal, subnormal, mentally defective, mentally inefficient, psychoneurotic
, and psychotic.
A short clinical diagnostic self-rating scale for psychoneurotic
In such a situation, one should be wary of labelling these patients as functional or psychoneurotic
, especially if they may be showing early signs of anxiety or depression.
6) However, a large percentage of the prison population could have been properly classified as psychopathic or psychoneurotic
Psychology Notes" lists one undescribed hysterical psychoneurotic
diagnosis: obsessional neurosis.