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  • noun A failure to regulate properly.

Etymologies

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dys- +‎ regulation

Examples

  • The symptoms of war zone trauma are real and sometimes disabling: withdrawal, freezing over, hyperarousal and high anxiety, insomnia, eruptions of anger and other emotional dysregulation, flashbacks and intrusive thoughts, depression.

    Joseph Bobrow: Spirituality and the Road Home

  • The symptoms of war zone trauma are real and sometimes disabling: withdrawal, freezing over, hyperarousal and high anxiety, insomnia, eruptions of anger and other emotional dysregulation, flashbacks and intrusive thoughts, depression.

    Joseph Bobrow: Spirituality and the Road Home

  • In addition, a new diagnostic category—temper dysregulation disorder with dysphoria TDD—has been proposed for the 2013 edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, or DSM-V, the psychiatric bible relied upon by doctors and insurance companies.

    The Dark Side of Innocence

  • The symptoms of war zone trauma are real and sometimes disabling: withdrawal, freezing over, hyperarousal and high anxiety, insomnia, eruptions of anger and other emotional dysregulation, flashbacks and intrusive thoughts, depression.

    Joseph Bobrow: Spirituality and the Road Home

  • Emotion dysregulation and links to depressive disorders.

    Red Flags or Red Herrings?

  • And two new DSM-5 proposals that also apply mostly to youngsters -- "psychosis risk" and "temper dysregulation" -- may trigger the next fads in psychiatric mislabeling.

    Allen Frances: Why Are Kids Suddenly So Sick?

  • In addition, a new diagnostic category—temper dysregulation disorder with dysphoria TDD—has been proposed for the 2013 edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, or DSM-V, the psychiatric bible relied upon by doctors and insurance companies.

    The Dark Side of Innocence

  • This is the first time that we actually show how inducing a specific dysregulation in the intestines can lead to losing tolerance to a food antigen, and in particular to gluten, said study author Dr. Bana Jabri, co-director of the university's Digestive Disease Research Core Center.

    Mouse study suggests new clues to celiac disease

  • And two new DSM-5 proposals that also apply mostly to youngsters -- "psychosis risk" and "temper dysregulation" -- may trigger the next fads in psychiatric mislabeling.

    Allen Frances: Why Are Kids Suddenly So Sick?

  • The symptoms of war zone trauma are real and sometimes disabling: withdrawal, freezing over, hyperarousal and high anxiety, insomnia, eruptions of anger and other emotional dysregulation, flashbacks and intrusive thoughts, depression.

    Joseph Bobrow: Spirituality and the Road Home

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  • dys·reg·u·la·tion

    Function: noun

    Merriam-Webster Medical Dictionary: impairment of a physiological regulatory mechanism (as that governing metabolism, immune response, or organ function)

    June 9, 2008