Bipolar Manic or Mixed Research Mississippi
Bipolar Manic or mixed is a psychiatric diagnosis that classifies a category of mood disorders by the presence of one or more episodes of unusually high energy levels mixed with depressive states. These episodes are usually separated by times of “normal” mood; but, with some individuals, depression and mania may quickly alternate, which is known as rapid cycling. Manic symptoms of bipolar depression can include inflated or unrealistic self-esteem; needing less sleep than normal and still feeling energetic; talking more/faster than normal; changing the topic of conversation so quickly/often that it interferes with communication; feeling that one’s thoughts are racing; increased distractibility; difficulty sitting still; an unusual drive to engage in activities or pursue goals, such as by making clearly unrealistic plans or excessively cleaning; and partaking in risky or dangerous behaviors. The diagnosis of Bipolar Manic or mixed is based on the evaluation of a person’s self-reported experiences, as well as observed behavior.
Bipolar Manic or Mixed Research Articles
Posted on 25 | Sep | 2015
Clinical research is the first step to understanding and treating illnesses. People want to know, “why should I engage in clinical research?” Before there was Zoloft, Prozac, or Cymbalta, volunteers tried those medications to ensure that they were safe and … Continue reading
Posted on 31 | Mar | 2012
Medical News Today recently published an article on March 22nd, 2012, which was revealed in PLoS Medicine that tested the effect of medical journals on the perception of 2nd generation anti-psychotic drugs by psychiatrists. The researchers believed that the medical … Continue reading