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See definition of neurasthenia on Dictionary.com
  • as innerves
  • as innervous breakdown
  • as innervousness
  • as inneurosis
  • as inbreakdown
  • as injitters

synonyms for neurasthenia

  • fretfulness
  • hysteria
  • imbalance
  • irritation
  • nervousness
  • sleeplessness
  • strain
  • stress
  • tenseness
  • tension
  • collapse
  • depression
  • neurosis
  • burnout
  • clinical depression
  • crackup
  • emotional collapse
  • mental collapse
  • nervous exhaustion
  • nervous prostration
  • shattered nerves
  • tension
  • stress
  • impatience
  • agitation
  • sensitivity
  • disquiet
  • jitters
  • uneasiness
  • stage fright
  • anger
  • turbulence
  • worry
  • flap
  • perturbation
  • stimulation
  • animation
  • to-do
  • tizzy
  • fuss
  • timidity
  • discomfiture
  • fluster
  • disquietude
  • delirium
  • all-overs
  • feverishness
  • neuroticism
  • butterflies
  • moodiness
  • touchiness
  • willies
  • creeps
  • trembles
  • excitability
  • cold sweat
  • tremulousness
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antonyms for neurasthenia

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  • calm
  • calmness
  • relaxation
  • coolness
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    How to use neurasthenia in a sentence

    They often appear in digestive disturbances, in neurasthenia, and when the oxidizing power of the system is diminished.
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    Physical, intellectual, or emotional strain can cause neurasthenia suddenly or gradually.
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    The walking may simulate paralytic forms if hysteria is mixed with the neurasthenia.
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    Nagging never cured anything except a tendency toward virtue, and it always deepens neurasthenia.
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    There is always a causative shock or injury, which is followed at once or after an interval by the symptoms of neurasthenia.
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    The irritation often brings out latent hysterical phenomena, spinal irritation, and neurasthenia.
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    The same is true in neurasthenia; and uterine disorders can directly cause neurasthenia, a condition described in another chapter.
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    Here is my pet theory of the gouty origin of neurasthenia and perhaps Beard's neurotic constitution, beloved of rhinologists.
    THE TREATMENT OF HAY FEVERGEORGE FREDERICK LAIDLAW
    It is in this class of atypical gout that hay fever and neurasthenia belong, if they be gouty at all.
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    I tried Sanatogen on a woman suffering from extreme neurasthenia and debility.
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    WORDS RELATED TO NEURASTHENIA

    • basket case
    • crackup
    • disintegration
    • disruption
    • failure
    • mishap
    • nervous prostration
    • neurasthenia
    • neurosis
    • psychasthenia
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