You are simply suffering from the fashionable complaint of nervous depression, or neurasthenia, as we physicians call it.
It is a perfect paradise for anyone who has not got neurasthenia.
In certain forms of neurasthenia, the 'phobias' are common, but must not be regarded as evidence of insanity.
The neurasthenia of the defendants he pursued in courts annoyed him only slightly.
His work on neurasthenia did not command general approbation, because it made almost everything a sign of nervous exhaustion.
This would seem to have been a case of hypnotism, rather than neurasthenia.
The novelist had there, in a group of people, been introduced to a young girl who was suffering from neurasthenia.
neurasthenia is the "fatigue neurosis," as a leading expert terms it.
It is in this class of atypical gout that hay fever and neurasthenia belong, if they be gouty at all.
It was produced by every guest in the room whispering loudly, "neurasthenia!"
neurasthenia neu·ras·the·ni·a (nur'əs-thē'nē-ə, nyur'-)
A complex of symptoms characterized by chronic fatigue and weakness, loss of memory, and generalized aches and pains.