anadipsia

anadipsia

 [an″ah-dip´se-ah]
intense thirst; see hyperdipsia and polydipsia.

an·a·dip·si·a

(an'ă-dip'sē-ă),
Rarely used term for extreme thirst.
See also: polydipsia.
[G. ana, intensive, + dipsa, thirst]

anadipsia

[an′ədip′sē·ə]
Etymology: Gk, ana + dipsa, thirst
extreme thirst, often occurring in the manic phase of bipolar disorder. The condition is the result of dehydration caused by the excessive perspiration, electrolyte imbalance, continuous urination, and relentless physical activity produced by the intense excitement characteristic of the manic phase. See also polydipsia.

anadipsia

intense thirst.