hypermania


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hypermania

(ˌhaɪpəˈmeɪnɪə)
n
(Psychology) psychol a condition of extreme mania
ˌhyperˈmanic adj

hypermania

an acute mania.
See also: Insanity, Manias
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In tiny fine print, next to a skull and crossbones, the label warns anyone with even a slightly over-or under-active thyroid (that would be Susie) or anyone with a tendency toward hypermania or psychosis (I guess that would be me) to never consume this tea, due to the possibility of extremely adverse side effects.
The agglutinated assemblage of Rhizammina, Bathysiphon and Hypermania are interpreted as reflecting upper to middle bathyal conditions (Nagy et al.
Claire Danes did a terrific job in terms of depicting what it's like for someone with bipolar disorder in a pretty realistic fashion," says Hollander, "and showed a pretty broad range of symptoms, from mild hypermania to full psychosis.
For example, when response to an antidepressant is "too quick and too good" compared with responses in unipolar depressive patients, it may be that the treatment has induced hypermania, suggesting bipolar disorder.
For example, when response to an antidepressant is "'too quick and too good" compared with responses in unipolar depressive patients, it may be that the treatment has induced hypermania, suggesting bipolar disorder.
Earlier, the judge heard that Denton had a history of chronic mental health problems which bordered on hypermania that night.
In his autobiography, My Story - which made him pounds 3million - he has confessed to suffering bulimia, obsessive compulsive disorder and a type of hypermania.