Definition of Neurasthenics

1. neurasthenic [n] - See also: neurasthenic



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Neurasthenics

neuranagenesis
neurapophyses
neurapophysial
neurapophysis
neurapraxia
neurapraxias
neurarchy
neurasthenia
neurasthenia gravis
neurasthenia praecox
neurasthenias
neurasthenic
neurasthenic helmet
neurasthenic personality
neurasthenically
neurasthenics (current term)
neuration
neurations
neuraxes
neuraxial
neuraxin
neuraxis
neuraxon
neuraxons
neurectasis
neurectoderm
neurectomies
neurectomy
neurectopia
neuregulin

Literary usage of Neurasthenics

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1. The Psychoneuroses and Their Treatment by Psychotherapy by E. Gauckler (1915)
"As a matter of fact, the sensation of slow and difficult digestion, with a heavy feeling after meals, is very frequent in neurasthenics. ..."

2. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1890)
"among the neurasthenics, and are more concealed because the effects of excessive doses of coffee are obscure and largely unknown. Many opium and alcoholic ..."

3. Therapeutics of the Respiratory Organs by Fran├žois Cartier (1919)
"In this same class we may place the COUGH of neurasthenics, when connected with hypotension. These coughs require measures opposite to those for congestive ..."

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