Synonyms for dysphoria or Related words with dysphoria

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Examples of "dysphoria"
The Monash gender dysphoria service is largest government-funded gender dysphoria health service clinic in Australia.
Gender dysphoria is a diagnosis given to transgender people who experience discomfort related to their gender identity. Autistic people are more likely to experience gender dysphoria.
Against Me! released the album "Transgender Dysphoria Blues" in which the lead singer Laura Jane Grace shares her experiences of gender dysphoria.
Dysphoria (from (dysphoros), δυσ-, difficult, and φέρειν, to bear) is a profound state of unease or dissatisfaction. In a psychiatric context, dysphoria may accompany depression, anxiety, or agitation. It can also refer to a state of not being comfortable in one's current body, particularly in cases of gender dysphoria. Common reactions to dysphoria include emotional distress, in some cases, even physical distress is seen. The opposite state of mind is known as euphoria.
Gender dysphoria is a well-documented occurrence, with references to it dating back to 1894. Gender dysphoria is currently classified as a mental illness in the DSM-5 and has been called "transsexualism" and "gender identity disorder" in past versions of the DSM. Gender dysphoria is a significant motivator in transgender people's decisions to pursue transition.
The following conditions may include dysphoria as a symptom:
However, some transsexual people may suffer from co-morbid psychiatric conditions unrelated to their gender dysphoria. The DSM-IV itself states that in rare instances, gender dysphoria may co-exist with schizophrenia, and that psychiatric disorders are generally not considered contraindications to sex reassignment therapy unless they are the primary cause of the patient's gender dysphoria.
Males with late onset gender dysphoria "frequently" display transvestic fetishism
Mental illness and gender dysphoria have been linked to each other. In a study on the comorbidity of gender dysphoria and other mental problems, roughly 30 percent of both male-to-female and female-to-male populations reported substance abuse problems related to their gender dysphoria.
Gender dysphoria is discomfort, unhappiness, or distress due to one's gender or physical sex. The current edition (DSM-5) of the "Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders" uses the term "gender dysphoria" in preference to "gender identity disorder".
Gender dysphoria in children or gender identity disorder in children (GIDC) is a formal diagnosis used by psychologists and physicians to describe children who experience significant discontent (gender dysphoria) with their biological sex, assigned gender, or both.
Medical treatment for gender dysphoria in pubescent children is generally divided into two stages:
In November 2003, she was diagnosed with gender dysphoria and began transitioning to a woman.
Against Me!'s sixth studio album, "Transgender Dysphoria Blues", was released on January 21, 2014.
Thought to be born with genital dysphoria and afraid that they might curse one their fate,
In the UK the NHS is legally required to provide treatment for gender dysphoria.
Medical treatment for minors with gender dysphoria experiencing puberty is generally divided into two stages:
Gender dysphoria is classified as a disorder under "dual role transvestism" in the 2017 ICD-10 CM. GID was reclassified to "gender dysphoria" by the DSM-5. Some transgender people and researchers support declassification of GID because they say the diagnosis pathologizes gender variance, reinforces the binary model of gender, and can result in stigmatization of transgender individuals. The official reclassification as gender dysphoria in the DSM-5 may help resolve some of these issues, because the term "gender dysphoria" applies only to the discontent experienced by some persons resulting from gender identity issues. The American Psychiatric Association, publisher of the DSM-5, states that "gender nonconformity is not in itself a mental disorder. The critical element of gender dysphoria is the presence of clinically significant distress associated with the condition."
OII Australia campaigns against the inclusion of intersex as a "Disorder of Sex Development" in descriptions of "gender dysphoria".
The Depression scale has subscales assessing dysphoria, hopelessness, devaluation of life, self-deprecation, lack of interest/involvement, anhedonia and inertia.