, pl. neuroses ( nūr-ō'sis, -sēz) 1. Psychological or behavioral disorder with anxiety as primary characteristic; affected patients may be as disabled as those with a psychosis. 2. A functional nervous disease, or one in which there is no evident lesion. 3. A peculiar state of tension or irritability of the nervous system.
Neurosis is simply defined as a poor ability to adapt to one's environment, an inability to change one's life patterns, and an inability to develop a richer, more complex, and more satisfying personality. There are numerous types of neurosis, including: Obsessive-compulsive disorder Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder
neu·ro·sis (no͝o-rō′sĭs, nyo͝o-) n. pl. neu·ro·ses (-sēz) A mild mental disorder characterized by excessive anxiety, insecurity, or obsession, usually compensated for by various defense mechanisms. Usage Note: The word neurosis has been used since the 1700s, when it referred broadly to a nervous disease.
The concept of neurosis refers to a condition in the nervous system that causes consequences in the handling that a person has of their emotions, which leads her to develop a pathology that prevents her from creating empathy with the environment.
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