Hypothymia ( dr. Greek ὑπο- - “sub-”, θυμός - “mood, feeling”) - a persistent decrease in mood , which is accompanied by a decrease in the intensity of emotional , mental and, sometimes, motor (motor) activity.
It is observed with cyclothymia and borderline conditions . It is one of the signs of depressive syndrome . Hypothymia is characteristic of asthenia , and also occurs in chronic schizophrenia . Sometimes hypotensive states “merge with character” and are perceived by people as their usual state  .
- Apathy (Psychiatry)
Sources of Information
- V.A. Zhmurov. Syndromes of an Effective Pathology // Psychopathology. Part II