The manic phase
involves extreme happiness, with ambitious plans and ideas.
At the time of the actions, she was in a manic phase
She had entered the manic phase
of a manic/depressive illness.
On screen, a female acrobat elegantly shinned up and down a Chinese pole, heralding Ennui's manic phase
Professor Steve Bazire, Chief Pharmacist, Norfolk and Waveney Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, said: "Bipolar depression is a chronic, disabling and notoriously difficult condition to treat and antidepressants can be ineffective and risk switching the patient to the manic phase
Omega-3 fatty acids are more beneficial in the depressive phase than in the manic phase
in patients with bipolar I disorder.
His psychiatrist, Dr Mary Cody, told the court his texts appeared to have been sent while he was in a manic phase
I suggest that a bipolar patient who never has perceptual changes even in the manic phase
differs from a schizophrenic in the oxidation of adrenalin to adrenochrome.
The beginning of the book echoes the manic phase
of Jamieson's illness, with declarations like "I become the Energizer Bunny on a supercharger.
It was not unusual for me to go weeks at a time with minimal sleep when I was going through a manic phase
, and then finish a trial and go into a deep depression for several weeks.
The medication tamoxifen, best known as a treatment for breast cancer, dramatically reduces symptoms of the manic phase
of bipolar disorder more quickly than many standard medications for the mental illness, a new study shows.
Symptoms during the manic phase
include a decreased need for sleep, increased talkativeness, racing thoughts and increased activity, including sexual activity, excessive spending or having a great deal of energy.