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20 Possible Causes for Dysphoric Mood, Flat Affect

  • Endogenous Depression

    Abstract To ascertain the extent of dysregulation of prolactin (PRL) secretion in endogenous depression, we determined nocturnal serum PRL concentrations and PRL responses to thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH), gonadotropin-releasing hormone (LHRH), and dexamethasone administration in 40 Research Diagnostic[…][]

  • Psychosis

    Thus, similar levels of dysphoric mood may have reflected anticipatory adjustment of their presumed HIV-1 status.[] (i.e., flat affect, lack of initiative) rare deterioration of the patients' personality absence of psychosis in the patient's family absence of premorbid schizoid traits[] Symptoms may include bizarre delusions, prominent hallucinations, incoherence, flat affect, avolition, and anhedonia.[]

  • Schizophrenia

    KEYWORDS: dienogest; endometriosis; premenstrual dysphoric disorder; premenstrual exacerbation; progestin[] Symptoms include: “Flat affect” (reduced expression of emotions via facial expression or voice tone) Reduced feelings of pleasure in everyday life Difficulty beginning and[] Negative symptoms are the tendency toward restricted emotions, flat affect (diminished emotional expressiveness), and the inability to start or continue productive activity[]

  • Dysphoric Mood

    Abstract Three naturalistic studies were conducted to investigate the disinhibitory effect of dysphoric mood states on eating.[] Flat affect is the absence of any emotions on the face, in the voice and mobility of the body.[] […] longitudinally, in order to test the hypothesis of their independence, and (2) the relation of dysphoric mood disorders in paranoid psychoses to their course, again in comparison[]

  • Postpartum Psychosis

    Symptoms include the following: fatigue, changes in appetite or sleep, dysphoric mood, loss of interest in usually pleasurable activities, psychomotor agitation or retaliation[] affect," or a lack of emotional response or blank facial expression Difficulty responding emotionally to the baby Difficulty sleeping beyond the normal interrupted sleep[] Sudden thoughts of throwing the baby or harming it in some way Delusions (beliefs that have no basis in reality) Hallucinations (seeing or hearing things that aren't there) "Flat[]

  • Delirium

    CONCLUSION: These findings suggest that assessing symptoms of dysphoric mood and hopelessness could help identify patients at risk for incident delirium.[] The symptoms of hyperactive delirium include: Anxiety Restlessness Rapid changes in emotion Hallucinations The symptoms of hypoactive delirium include: Flat affect Withdrawal[] affect or apathy and often present in otherwise calm and seemingly alert patients. 68 This is in contrast to the readily detected hyperactive delirium that is characterized[]

  • Amphetamine Delusional Disorder

    Many individuals with Delusional Disorder develop irritable or dysphoric mood, which can usually be understood as a reaction to their delusional beliefs.[] Flat Affect As with most any psychotic state, amphetamine psychosis symptoms can fluctuate from extreme to mild.[] Aside from delusions and hallucinations, here are some things to look for: Changes in emotion: no emotional response, difficulty expressing feelings, flat affect (appearance[]

  • Organic Delusional Syndrome

    There are depressive and manic phases, often occurring suddenly, or there may be a persistently dysphoric state.[] affect," "emotional coldness," and "thought disorganization."[] affect).[]

  • Skin Cancer

    Outcomes for key question 5 included potentially clinically important harms (for example, paradoxical increase in sun exposure, reduced physical activity, dysphoric mood,[] Affects approximately 800,000 Americans annually. Squamous-Cell Carcinoma: Forms in the flat scalelike squamous cells of the epidermis.[]

  • Mental Disorder

    In contrast, higher occupational achievement, initial mixed dysphoric states, and psychiatric or medical comorbidity predicted future bipolar depression.[] Negative symptoms include social isolation or withdrawal, loss of motivation, and a flat or inappropriate affect (mood or disposition).[] Significant predictors of a new episode of mania were initial mood-congruent psychotic features, low prehospitalization occupational status, and nonmixed initial mania.[]

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