Psychomotor agitation refers to excessive motor activity associated with a feeling of inner tension. The activity is usually non-productive, repetitious and consists of behaviour such as pacing, fidgeting, wringing hands, pulling of clothes and an inability to sit still. Also characterized by restlessness, pacing, rocking, etc., on the part of a distressed individual
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Psychomotor agitation refers to a motor pattern involving an obvious level of personal discomfort in which the individual appears to be restless and stirred up; a notable increase in physical restlessness as a result of inner tension; the activity is usually meaningless and repetitive, examples are, hand wringing, fidgeting, and foot tapping.
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Psychomotor agitation refers to a motor pattern involving an obvious level of personal discomfort in which the individual appears to be restless and stirred up.

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