manicky

ma·nick·y

(man'i-kē),
Behavior characteristic of the manic phase of bipolar disorder.
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H was "running and screaming on the unit, out of control," and was "tearful, manicky, and dysphoric."
I don't weigh very much, and when I get "manicky" I'm always trying to gain weight, and I had no idea about my high cholesterol and that it's genetic--and then I stroked.
It's not until the next section, when the desperation and manicky feelings dissipate, that Mark gets to the depths of what he feels, the depression in it, and his sense of their tragedy.