According to the (DSM-5) - Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition. Diagnostic tool published by the (APA) - American Psychiatric Association.
The DSM-5 was published on May 18, 2013, superseding the DSM-IV-TR, which was published in 2000.
Dysphoria: a state of unease or generalized dissatisfaction with life.
Gender Dysphoria: is the distress a person experiences as a result of the sex and gender they were assigned at birth. 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. Gender dysphoria is discomfort, unhappiness, or distress due to one's gender or physical sex.
Body Dysmorphic Disorder, where people are repulsed by their own appearance, such as a crooked nose or uneven smile; apotemnophilia, referring to those who wish to believe they should be amputees and sometimes follow through with surgical procedures.
Relieving Dysphoria: intense states of distress and unease increase the risk of suicide, as well as being unpleasant in themselves. Relieving dysphoria is a priority of psychiatric treatment. One may treat underlying causes such as depression or bipolar disorder as well as the dysphoric symptoms themselves.
The following conditions may include dysphoria as a symptom:
Major depressive disorder (unipolar) and dysthymia
Bipolar disorder and cyclothymia
Borderline personality disorder
Premenstrual syndrome (WHAT?)
Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (WHAT?)
Dysphoric milk ejection reflex (What?)
Adjustment disorder with depressed mood
Anxiety disorders such as post-traumatic stress disorder
Dissociative disorders such as dissociative identity disorder, dissociative amnesia, and depersonalization disorder.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Mixed anxiety-depressive disorder
Gender dysphoria, sometimes referred to as "gender identity disorder" (note that use of the latter term and its identification with gender dysphoria is controversial)
Personality disorders such as borderline personality disorder, dependent personality disorder and antisocial personality disorder
Body dysmorphic disorder
Akathisia- a movement disorder characterized by a feeling of inner restlessness and inability to stay still.
Hypoglycemia - also known as low blood sugar, is when blood sugar decreases to below normal levels.
Schizophrenia - a mental disorder characterized by abnormal social behavior and failure to understand reality. Common symptoms include false beliefs, unclear or confused thinking, hearing voices that others do not, reduced social engagement and emotional expression, and a lack of motivation
Sexual dysfunction - is difficulty experienced by an individual or a couple during any stage of a normal sexual activity, including physical pleasure, desire, preference, arousal or orgasm.
Body integrity identity disorder
If you can get through all of that heady misc. information you can clearly see that many of these disorders are stresses from possible outside stimuli or an inability to access soul level balance. I question several that are not disorders but an inability for our current model of health care system or education surrounding the nurturance of women's health.
I postulate that if we took away vaccine, genital mutilation (circumcision) hospital births, fast food diets, genetically modified foods, many of these disorders would vanish.
When an infant or child experiences deep trauma, whether categorized as an accurate assessment by an adult or not, a child's experience of themself could result in dismissive, self abusive behavior or dysphoria.
As a deep explorer in mysticism and feminine mystery I questions the Souls inability to connect back in to the body, to fully embodiment after trauma. I questions the access point during or after trauma where a possible "walk in" soul could take over a child life thus creating a disillusioned state of consciousness.
As I further sift, many would recognize the possibility that a child's environment, including what they eat, watch and live around including wifi and EMF's do shape and curate the psyche and persona of every human. This would include picking up on the mother and fathers inadequacies, thought patterns whether healthy or unhealthy, living conditions whether sound or insane, diet, vaccine, medications, gut health, blood sugar, early onset ear infections and skin disorders and early aged sickness could alter a child's experiences. I would also include early traumas such as genital mutilation (circumcision) and pain in ones genitals, molestation and rape, movies and television, adult and others children's speech about their bodies or sexual encounters could alter a child feels about him herself.
Diss-associative disorders such as dysphoria are growing in numbers and so are the "sensitivities." Souls are having a hard time coming on to planet Earth and feeling embodied. Why? Perhaps souls are aware enough that they are coming in to a plane of existence where they are mutilated at birth as boys and filled full of carcinogenic materials upon arrival. Perhaps these new souls are arriving to realize governments are spraying the populations with harmful toxic substances, performing large strategic tragedies killing thousands, promoting wars, lying, cheating and stealing from the people, creating a false sense of normality.
A growing number of people are feeling (DPD) Depersonalization disorder, also known as depersonalization/derealization disorder. It is a mental disorder in which the person has persistent or recurrent feelings of depersonalization or derealization. Depersonalization is described as feeling disconnected or detached from one's self. DPD is thought to be caused largely by interpersonal trauma such as childhood abuse.
Is this from the flu shot? People's diets? Environmental toxins? While our society is under mining our ability to connect to our reality and our souls essence, are we letting go of the possibility that this is an agenda?
There are many neuro-chemical and hormonal changes in individuals with depersonalization disorder. The disorder is typically associated with cognitive disruptions in early perceptual and attentional processes. This occurs from persistent or recurrent feelings of detachment from one's mental or bodily processes or from one's surroundings.
Many children are inundated with devices from an early age. The entire generation of young people has been programmed by a web of information, marketing and mania since birth and even while in utero. Do we know the repercussions of this technology or what it does to the human genome? Yes. It it altering our DNA and brain chemicals and 5G isn't even here yet. Just wait until the newest agenda begins to go into effect.
Many of the disorders I am referring to are classified as a neurotic disorders. There is a common denominator with dysphoric disorders.... these people feel a subjective experience of "unreality in one's self" which results in significant distress.
Individuals who experience dysphoria can feel divorced from their own personal physicality by sensing their body sensations, feelings, emotions and behaviors as not belonging to themselves. As such, a recognition of one's self breaks down. Depersonalization can result in very high anxiety levels, which can intensify these perceptions even further similar to DPD.
The exact cause of dysphoria or depersonalization is unknown, although bio-psychosocial correlations and triggers have been identified. Childhood interpersonal trauma, emotional abuse in particular, is a significant predictor of a diagnosis. The most common immediate precipitators of the disorder are severe stress; major depressive disorder and panic, from fear. People are more prone to experience a dysphoric threat from hypersensitivity and an external loss of control.
One cognitive behavioral concept is that people misinterpret normal transient dissociative behavior. This is an indication of severe mental illness or neurological impairment which leads to the development of chronic disorders which leads to a vicious cycle of heightened anxiety and symptoms of loss of reality.
Dysphoria is a state in which there is the feeling or sensation that thoughts and acts to elude the self and become strange; there is an alienation of personality and persona.
by Henri Frédéric Amiel in The Journal Intime. The 8 July 1880 entry reads:
I find myself regarding existence as though from beyond the tomb, from another world; all is strange to me; I am, as it were, outside my own body and individuality; I am depersonalized, detached, cut adrift. Is this madness?
One thing is known about dysphoria. There is a common ability to sense that something is "wrong" or unreal and they maintain this sensation when experiencing symptoms.