exogenous anxiety

exogenous anxiety

Psychiatry Anxiety caused by external stressors, which is usually a healthy and normal reaction to the environment; when EA is excessive it may be due to an anxiety disorder. See Anxiety disorder. Cf Endogenous anxiety.
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Bleu deals with the endogenous and exogenous anxiety and the symptoms it generates, through the prism of a raw, naive text reinforced by the primitive energy of Rock'n'roll.