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(psychiatry) a relatively permanent state of worry and nervousness occurring in a variety of mental disorders, usually accompanied by compulsive behavior or attacks of panic

a feeling of mild anxiety about possible developments

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Depression, anxiousness, stress, or various other psychological health problems
Can you think of completing a job for which you are not eager Can you imagine that you have to present a case or give a presentation to your seniors and you are not nervous Both the components of anxiousness or anxiety are necessary for the preparedness to react to whatever may come our way.
Moreover, the DCA says it has taken note of various recently reported incidents regarding the operations of Nomad Aviation, which operates as FlyAfrica, and complaints about the service of the carrier, "with greater concern being reports about a recent incident where passengers expressed anxiousness about their safety".
bitten by silence, ripped by anxiousness, forgiven by an always, I
Feelings of irritability or anxiousness when someone prevents them from playing are also common.
While the ministry renewed denouncement to repeated terrorist incidents, it expressed anxiousness from the news coming from Yemen over recent incidents in Sana'a.
The clinical scales (Kelly, 2012a) include: [1] Somatization (preoccupation with bodily discomfort), [2] Dysphoria (sadness and lack of personal meaning), [3] Hystericality (responsibility avoidance, low insight, and desire to be liked), [4] Psychodeviance (disobedience and a lack of concern for others), [5] Feminine Interests (sensitive interests stereotypically associated with the feminine gender role), [6] Paranoia (suspiciousness and mistrust), [7] Anxiousness (anxious reactions to stressors), [8] Schizotypic (unconventional beliefs and perceptual experiences), [9] Hypomania (high energy levels and associated phenomena), and [0] Introversion (shyness and social avoidance).
For parents who have noticed that their children are suffering from anxiousness, anger or depression, it's important to engage the child's feelings and have these feelings validated with the help of a professional.
TOMORROW is that time of year again - full of expectation, excitement and anxiousness for individuals gaining their A level results, whether aged 18 or 80 years old
Weaving her letters to her husband--which he never received--through the narrative, Sides captures this gnawing anxiousness and stoic optimism.
Designed for children or those who have trouble swallowing capsules, Kavinace Chewable offers the same benefits as regular Kavinace--including reducing anxiousness, promoting sleep and supporting healthy GABA activity--in a chewable, Vanilla flavored tablet.
I wouldn't say there's anxiousness, but I feel like it's getting to the point where I should be at least contending again.
However, the doctor said that the one thing that sticks out is Giggs' lip-licking, as he licked his lips something like 15 times in the interview, which Collett feels is because the footballers mouth got dry due to anxiousness.
A study of almost 3,000 families in the United States published in the journal Child Development found those who moved regularly before school age, were more were far more likely to later suffer from attention problems, anxiousness and hyperactivity, The Telegraph reported.
Participants completed Affect Balance Scale (Bradburn, 1969), Positive and Negative Affect Schedule (PANAS; Watson, Clark and Tellegen, 1988), Satisfaction with Life Scale (Diener, Emmons, Larsen, and Griffin, 1985), The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale (Rosenberg, 1965), The Brief Fear of Negative Evaluation Scale (Leary, 1983a) and Interaction Anxiousness Scale (Leary, 1983b).