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nervous breakdown

noun  
a period of mental illness, usually without a physical cause, that results in anxiety, difficulty in sleeping and thinking clearly, a loss of confidence and hope, and a feeling of great sadness crisis nerviosa He suffered a nervous breakdown in his twenties.597
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