Literally meaning: “discomfort, fidget”
Origin: Anc Greek
δυσ-/dys-(=prefix used with a negative sense meaning difficult, bad, abnormal, misfortune) > δύω/dyo(=decline) δύση/dysi(=sundown)
In 1973 psychiatrist Norman Fisk coined the “Gender Dysphoria Syndrome" as the condition in which one person feels dysphoric about his gender.
Dysphoria (opposite of euphoria) is a mental and emotional condition which is characterized by depression and discontent. Some of its symptoms are psychomotor restlessness, crying and suicidal ideation.