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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to dysphoria:   (125 results)

Antonyms:
euphoria

Often used in the same context:
hypochondriasis, myoclonus, hypersomnia, social phobia, hypomania, tearfulness, maladjustment, paresis, symptomatology, polyuria, paresthesia, generalized epilepsy, polydipsia, anhedonia, anorgasmia, spastic colon, essential tremor, enuresis, petit mal, akinesia, hypotonia, grand mal, puerperal psychosis, countertransference, fidgetiness, stridor, vasomotor, vaginismus, dysarthria, overactivity, dementia praecox, psychologic, monozygotic twin, incoordination, status epilepticus, nardil, cataplexy, apnoea, photophobia, sensorineural, hemiplegia, epididymitis, coprolalia, hyperacidity, hirsutism, dysphonia, cerebri, potentiation, dysthymic, torticollis, depersonalization, antisocial personality disorder, tumescence, hypovolemia, adenomyosis, subthreshold, depersonalization disorder, thyroiditis, detrusor, diaphoresis, diplopia, cervicitis, rhinorrhea, panic disorder, dysmenorrhoea, vaginitis, tranylcypromine, neurosis, catatonia, mineralocorticoid, hyperalgesia, akathisia, neuroleptic, neurasthenia, dysthymia, cytopenia, paraphilia, epileptogenic, dyspareunia, unipolar depression, bulimia nervosa, hemolytic, tachypnea, irritability, depersonalisation, pigmentary, urethritis, manic depressive illness, psychosomatic, paraesthesia, assortative mating, hepatomegaly, depressive disorder, diathesis, monoamine, cognitions, anosognosia, sleeplessness, affective disorder, psychomotor, startle reflex, prodrome, anxiety, discomfort, anorexia, malnutrition, bronchospasm, disorientation, insomnia, depression, disability, dysphagia, malaise, nausea, psychopathology, soreness, distress, hypoxemia, impairment, morbidity, bronchoconstriction

More general:
discontent, discontentedness, discontentment

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— Adjectives for dysphoria: premenstrual, hysteroid, intense, chronic, induced, severe, mild, episodic, general, emotional, persistent, more...

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