Problem

Agitation

Other Names:
Discomposure
Disquiet
Disturbance
Fuss
Inquietude
Perturbation
Restlessness
Trepidation
Turbidity
Turbulence
Unpeacefulness
Upset
Nature:

Agitation may refer to:

Agitation (action), putting into motion by shaking or stirring, often to achieve mixing An emotional state of excitement or restlessness Psychomotor agitation, an extreme form of the above, which can be part of a mental illness or a side effect of anti-psychotic medication Agitation (dementia), a symptom of dementia Political agitation or demonstration (protest), political activities in which an agitator urges people to do something Agitation and Propaganda against the State, a former criminal offence in communist Albania Anti-Soviet agitation, a former criminal offence in the Soviet Union
Broader Problems:
Relative motion*complex
Narrower Problems:
Nervousness
Air turbulence
Aggravates:
Disorganization
Subject(s):
Psychology Behaviour
Related UN Sustainable Development Goals:
GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being
Problem Type:
B: Basic universal problems
Date of last update
04.11.2019 – 15:29 CET