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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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Correctly, she suggests that the same occurs with manic switches: "Greene explained that he would be doing nothing extraordinary, and suddenly and strangely he would feel 'marvelously happy' without understanding why" (25).
Finally, the researchers gave the manic knockout mice lithium - a standard therapy for humans.
Both doses were effective in reducing manic symptoms, compared with placebo, as early as 1 week after treatment started, said Dr.
Cheney, who controls her illness with medication, runs a support group through UCLA for patients with manic depression and secondary diagnoses.
The Manic Street Preachers are at the NIA on December 8 and we're giving away one pair of tickets and a pre-show Meet & Greet pass.
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.
Manic depression affects approximately one in 100 people.
Because they don't know the cause of bipolar disorder--formerly known as manic depression--scientists can't tell whether difficulties in processing facial cues contribute to manic and depressed states, or whether those mental states hamper the processing of facial cues, Leibenluft says.
Pfizer's Zeldox Receives Approval in Europe to Treat Manic or Mixed Episodes