psychomotor agitation

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Excessive motor activity, usually consisting of purposeless behaviour such as pacing, fidgeting, or hand-wringing, accompanied by a feeling of anxiety or tension. Compare psychomotor retardation. [From Latin agitatus stirred, from agitare to set into motion + -ion indicating an action, process, or state]

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