- Nervous breakdown (disambiguation)
Nervous breakdown, or mental breakdown, is a non-medical term used to describe an acute, time-limited phase of a specific disorder that presents primarily with features of depression or anxiety.
Nervous breakdown may also refer to:
- Nervous Breakdown (EP), extended play by the American hardcore punk band Black Flag
- Nervous Breakdown (Fu-Schnickens album), by American hip hop trio Fu-Schnickens
- "Nervous Breakdown" (Hawthorne Heights song), by American rock band Hawthorne Heights
- The Nervous Breakdown (magazine), online culture magazine and literary community
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