Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression)
In everyday life, people have a variety of moods and feelings. These feelings include frustration, joy and anger. Usually these moods last one day rather than several days. For people with bipolar disorder, however, moods usually swing from weeks of feeling overly "high" and irritable to weeks of feeling sad and hopeless with normal periods in between.
This resource outlines symptoms related to bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression or manic-depression).
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Symptoms of Manic Episode
A description of symptoms related to a manic episode, part of the bipolar disorder, characterized by a time period of an elevated, expansive or notably irritable mood, lasting for at least one week.
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Symptoms of Mixed Episode
A description of symptoms related to a mixed episode, or a part of a bipolar disorder diagnosis that meets the criteria for both a manic episode as well as a major depressive episode nearly every day for at least a full week.
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