Symptoms of bipolar depressive episodes include low energy levels, feelings of despair, difficulty concentrating, extreme fatigue, and psychomotor retardation (slowed mental and physical capabilities).
Psychomotor agitation-Disturbed physical and mental processes (e.g., fidgeting, wringing of hands, racing thoughts); a symptom of major depressive disorder.
It consists of those activities performed for self-amusement that have behavioral, social, and psychomotor rewards.
Psychomotor agitation or retardation: When you do manage to do anything, you can't do it as quickly as you used to.
Psychomotor retardation-Slowed mental and physical processes characteristic of a bipolar depressive episode.
Depending on your Blood Alcohol Level (BAL), your psychomotor skills can be impaired in a number of ways.
Besides cognitive thinking, play helps the child learn social and psychomotor skills.
Neuroleptics-Antipsychotic drugs that affect psychomotor activity.