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I will post the instructions on notepad Bipolar Disorder Manic Episode For 1 week or more, person displays a continually abnormal, inflated,

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Bipolar Disorder

Manic Episode

For 1 week or more, person displays a continually abnormal, inflated, unrestrained, or irritable mood as well as continually heightened energy or activity, for most of every day.

Person also experiences at least three of the following symptoms:

Grandiosity or overblown self-esteem

Reduced sleep need

Increased talkativeness, or drive to continue talkin

Rapidly shifting ideas or the sense that one’s thoughts are moving very fast

Attention pulled in many directions

Heightened activity or agitated movements

Excessive pursuit of risky and potentially problematic activities

Significant distress or impairment

Bipolar I or Bipolar II?

Bipolar I Disorder

Occurrence of a manic episode

Hypomanic or major depressive episodes may precede or follow the manic episode

Bipolar II Disorder

Presence or history of major depressive episode(s)

Presence or history of hypomanic episode(s)

No history of a manic episode

Mania?

DIGFAST

Distractible

Irritable

Grandiose

Flight of Ideas

Active

Sleep (lack of)

Talkative

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