Mania

A modern definition would be a form of mental illness characterised by elation, mental and physical restlessness, sleeplessness, lack of inhibition, excitement and grandiose delusions. It can be very severe - Victims of mania can die as a result of self neglect, self starvation, accident (they are often unaware of common dangers like traffic and th … ...

Mania

Mania is the mood of an abnormally elevated arousal energy level. Elevated irritability is common along with behavior that seems on the surface to be the opposite of depression. Mania is a necessary symptom for certain psychiatric diagnoses. The word derives from the Greek μανία (mania), `madness, frenzy` and that from the verb μαίνομ.....
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mania

(ma´ne-ә) a phase of bipolar disorders characterized by expansiveness, elation, agitation, hyperexcitability, hyperactivity, and increased speed of thought or speech (flight of ideas). adj., man´ic., adj.
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Mania

(mane-e-ah) An emotional disorder characterized by euphoria or irritability, rapid speech, fleeting
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mania

[n] - a mood disorder 2. [n] - an irrational but irresistible motive for a belief or action
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Mania

• (n.) Violent derangement of mind; madness; insanity. Cf. Delirium. • (n.) Excessive or unreasonable desire; insane passion affecting one or many people; as, the tulip mania.
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mania

<psychiatry> Excitement of psychotic proportions manifested by mental and physical hyperactivity, disorganisation of behaviour and elevation of mood. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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mania

passion noun an irrational but irresistible motive for a belief or action
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Mania

[queen] Not to be confused with Mavia (queen) Mania was the wife of Zenis, satrap of ancient Dardanus under Pharnabazus II, and became satrap herself in about 399 BCE after her husband`s death. She attended the battles of her mercenaries in a carriage or chariot, and was never defeated. Polyaenus describes her as an excellent general. She h...
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Mania

Ma'ni·a noun [ Latin mania , Greek ..., from ... to rage; confer Middle English manie , French manie . Confer Mind , noun , Necromancy .] 1. Violent derangement of mind; madness; insanity. Confer Delirium . 2. Exces...
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Mania

a mental disorder characterised by extreme excitement, happiness, over-activity, and agitation; usually refers to the high of the highs and lows experienced in manic-depressive disorder
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Mania

A mental disorder characterized by excessive excitement. A form of psychosis with exalted feelings, delusions of grandeur, elevated mood, psychomotor overactivity and overproduction of ideas.
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Mania

A speculative craze
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Mania

An affective disorder characterised by intense euphoria, overactivity and loss of insight.
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mania

an irrational but irresistible motive for a belief or action
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Mania

Elevation of the mood to the point of extreme elation accompanied by acceleration of thought and action, impaired judgement and often by delusions of grandeur. Psychotic features may be present. It is usually part of Bipolar Disorder
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mania

Emotional disorder (mental illness) characterized by an expansive and elated state (euphoria), rapid speech, flight of ideas, decreased need for sleep, distractibility, grandiosity, poor judgment and increased motor activity.
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mania

excitement of psychotic proportions manifested by mental and physical hyperactivity, disorganization of behaviour, and elevation of mood.
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mania

Feelings of intense mental and physical hyperactivity, elevated mood, and agitation.
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MANIA

Frantic behavior.
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mania

in psychiatric terminology, any abnormal or unusual state of excitement, as in the manic phase of bipolar disorder.[6 related articles]
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Mania

insanity
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Mania

Insanity.
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Mania

Mania is characterised by a person feeling overexcited, elated, physically overactive and rapidly changing their ideas (scattered or tangential houghts). It is a symptom of bipolar disorder (manic depression).
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Mania

Mania is characterized by euphoria, delusions of grandeur and mental overactivity
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