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She said she’d noticed that as her brother’s memory loss progressed, he became more restless and could spend hours doing the same tasks repeatedly, often old habits, such as folding towels or arranging bird feeders on the porch.
A restless Virginia resident finds sights that evoke the West within driving distance
If that stress response becomes endless, the bodily effects can wage a mental toll through anxiety, irritability, depression, restlessness or lack of focus.
The same fierce restlessness which took possession of him at San Pasquale again showed itself in his every act.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON
But a horrible thing that had happened to him, had awakened in him a lonely nightmare of restlessness.
THE MAN FROM TIMEFRANK BELKNAP LONG
This reasoning seemed to calm him; but the restlessness of doubt soon returned, pricking like thorns.
URANIACAMILLE FLAMMARION
At times there is a development of tuberculosis that proves fatal, because of the restlessness of the individual.
Any lurking danger of too great speculative restlessness disappeared.
Yet, at the bottom, he became conscious of a growing restlessness, of an inability to enjoy what he had won.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
Theodore wandered about the neighborhood with the restlessness of a madman, as though movement might inspire him with some device.

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