The Agitators were a political movement as well as elected representatives of soldiers, including the New Model Army of Oliver Cromwell, during the English Civil War.They were also known as adjutators.Many of the ideas of the movement were later adopted by the Levellers.. History. Agitators, or adjutators, was the name given to representatives elected in 1647 by the different regiments of the
Agitation may refer to Agitation (action), putting into motion by shaking or stirring, often to achieve mixing; An emotional state of excitement or restlessness Psychomotor agitation, an extreme form of the above, which can be part of a mental illness or a side effect of anti psychotic medication;
Agitation occur in many severe depressive disorders but in agitated depression, it is particularly severe. Agitated depression is seen more commonly among the middle aged and elderly than among younger patients. However, there is no reason to suppose that agitated depression differs in other impotent ways from the other depressive disorders.