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Related to manic: manic depression, Manic episode

manic

adjective agitated, aroused, enraged, excited, frantic, frenzied, hyped-up, hyper, hyperactive, hysterical, incensed, inflamed, nervous, out of control, perturbed, wrought-up
Associated concepts: insanity defense
See also: lunatic, non compos mentis
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On the other hand, we learned that the patient did not regularly use the recommended treatment and manic symptoms, including decreased need for sleep, increased energy, increased in goal-directed activity, abusive speech, increased speech rate and amount, have been present for a week with an increased severity.
Over all impulsivity, attentional, motor, non- planning impulsivity is high in manic and substance abused patients [16].
Because of this dearth of knowledge, we provide recommendations based on our review of the literature and from our experience working with manic patients who refuse voluntary hospitalization and could not be hospitali7ed against their will.
In the outpatient setting the first week of treatment saw very little change but decrease in the severity of manic symptoms was noted in the next 3 weeks.
I apologize for focusing on diagnosis, but an "unalloyed mood" for one with manic depression rarely if ever exists.
In 1986, Telner et aU21 described a preliminary investigation of 16 patients, diagnosed with bipolar I disorder and in a current manic phase, who were treated with a mood stabiliser for 1-8 days with no resulting change in manic symptoms; 37.
Depending on hardware and connectivity, Manic APNsServer can send 400,000 messages per minute or more - close to 25 million messages an hour.
At least in the manic state, levels increase after treatment for bipolar disorder, according to a meta-analysis conducted by Dr.
He is not a manic depressive, but an extremely silly young man with no idea what manic depression actually is.
The gig lasted two tantalising hours, with hardly a pause in between the brilliant collection of songs, proving that although now middle-aged, the Manic Street Preachers can still hold their own when it comes to performing an electrifying alternative rock gig.
First to show from the traps, Manic Mile was just beaten to the bend by Harbour Wind, but stayed within touching distance of that rival and ultimately ground him down and hit the front on the dash for home, holding off staying-on Blonde Sheriff by a length in 27.
Theatre spokeswoman Jo Brett said: "We are really excited about the Manic Street Preachers coming to Llandudno.