euthymia

1. Joyfulness; mental peace and tranquility. ... 2. Moderation of mood, not manic or depressed. ... Origin: eu-+ G. Thymos, mind ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Euthymia

[medicine] Euthymia is a normal non-depressed, reasonably positive mood. It is distinguished from hyperthymia, which refers to an extremely happy mood, and dysthymia, which refers to a depressed mood. It is a term used frequently in mental status exams. The term is also sometimes used referring to the neutral mood (absence of a depressive o...
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Euthymia

[philosophy] Euthymia (ευθυμία, `gladness, good mood, serenity`) was used in ancient philosophy by Democritus as one of the root aspects of human life`s goal. ...
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Euthymia

A person's normal mood state.
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euthymia

euthymia 1. Normality or a state of psychological normality. 2. A normal non-depressed, reasonably positive mood. It is distinguished from euphoria, which refers to a high degree of happiness, and dysthymia, which refers to a mood of depression. 3. Used in ancient philosophy by Democritus as one of the root aspects of human life's goal as a neces...
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euthymia

Type: Term Pronunciation: yū-thī′mē-ă Definitions: 1. Joyfulness; mental peace and tranquility. 2. Moderation of mood, not manic or depressed.
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