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What does a bipolar disorder manic episode feel like


Heidi Iwig, a Via Christi psychiatric clinic patient in Wichita, KS describes what a bipolar disorder manic episode feels like. Learn more at 🤍

What Happens During a Manic Episode? (Mental Health Guru)


Bipolar Disorder is a complex mood disorder characterized by dramatic mood swings between poles of mania and depression. 🤍

Stephen Fry discusses his manic episodes - The Not So Secret Life of the Manic Depressive


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Expulsion, A Manic Episode & Quitting My Job: A Talk About Freedom | Rodrigo Rangel | TEDxYouth@ASFM


What does freedom mean? From being expelled from high school, to his struggles with mental health, to Uber driving, Rodrigo Rangel talks of how he transformed his boxed-up life in Monterrey into one of adventure and personal fulfillment in Victoria, British Columbia. Rodrigo has been making YouTube videos for over 7 years. He studied Anthropology at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada and currently lives in Toronto where he still makes YouTube videos, drives an Uber, and trains for cross country skiing. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍

Bipolar disorder (depression & mania) - causes, symptoms, treatment & pathology


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What Is a Bipolar Manic Episode Like? | Mood Disorders


Watch more Mood and Personality Disorders videos: 🤍 Its important to recognize that the way that psychiatric disorders are characterized is a Chinese manual approach so often you need to have two or five or four or nine or some number of a full list of symptoms so its important to understand that what a particular episode looks like in one person can look very different than what it looks like in another person depending on which of the symptoms are most prone for a particular individual but in general a manic episode can be thought basically as the opposite of a depressive episode so instead of thinking, having negative thoughts and thinking that nothing is going to work out individuals with a manic episodes think that they can do no wrong and tend to discount any possibility of failure, other things that are characteristic are a decreasing for sleep, meaning that people in the middle of a manic episodes actually don't need to sleep too much and they can get by with as little as two or three hours of sleep per night and in extreme cases people don't sleep at all for days up to a week or more at a time, other aspects include what we call pressured speech, they are speaking rapidly their thoughts and their words are crashing into one another and coming so quickly and they tend to jump from idea to idea with no real organization so individuals with extreme a manic episode will have this pressured speech and confidence and this neglect for risk of any negative outcome so they tend to engage in risky behaviors or take on a lot of responsibility or spend a lot of money and at times this ends up getting them into trouble where they get arrested and end up getting fired, losing their job or they can end u in the emergency room so a manic episode is basically a period of very elevated mood with very high energy with total disregard of the consequences of their action

Psychiatric Interviews for Teaching: Mania


In this film, a psychiatrist assesses a man who has been referred by his GP. The patient demonstrates flight of ideas, pressure of speech, disinhibition, punning, grandiose delusions, and second person auditory hallucinations. His presentation is consistent with mania. Please note that this video has been made by the University of Nottingham for teaching purposes. The psychiatrist is a real psychiatrist but the patient is played by an actor.

What Does a Manic Episode Feel Like?


Christine explains what a manic episode feels like for her, based on her experience living with bipolar disorder.

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manic and hypomanic episodes Bipolar disorder symptoms & How to manage


Bipolar disorder is often very misunderstood, It includes manic and hypomanic episodes. Both a manic and a hypomanic episode include three or more of these symptoms: • Abnormally upbeat, jumpy or wired • Increased activity, energy or agitation • Exaggerated sense of well-being and self-confidence (euphoria) • Decreased need for sleep • Unusual talkativeness • Racing thoughts • Distractibility • Poor decision-making — for example, going on buying sprees, taking sexual risks or making foolish investments. Manic episodes do not always present with euphoric mood. They can present with significant irritability. They can also present as mixed episodes where there are both symptoms of mania and depression within the same time period. These episodes are very frequently missed as they do not present at all as we most often picture manic episodes. If you have any symptoms of depression or mania, see your doctor or mental health professional. Bipolar disorder doesn't get better on its own. Getting treatment from a mental health professional with experience in bipolar disorder can help you get your symptoms under control. To Know More, Visit us : 🤍 About us : ASFC Outreach is accredited through CARF International and is approved by the state to offer CORE Services to Child & Adolescent and Adult through Medicaid (DBHDD). Our services also include court mandated anger management groups and DUI classes. ASFC Outreach is based in Covington and has a satellite office in Gwinnett and in Decatur. Hall County We are honored to be an in network provider group working with military personnel and serving our military families. Our clients are children, adolescents, and adults who have mental and behavioral health, and/or substance abuse problems. ASFC Outreach delivers affordable, sliding-scale mental health and substance abuse services to youth and families who need financial assistance, ensuring that those with little or no mental health insurance have access to care. We are also an in network provider group for CareSource, Cenpatico (Peach State), PeachCare, WellCare, Amerigroup, To book your private consultation SUBSCRIBE AND CLICK the link below to BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT. We are currently fully booked from Monday through Thursday. Dates opened are Friday from noon to 6:00 pm and Saturday from 11 am to 5:00 pm. Individual consultation; 60 minutes - $120 per hour 30 minutes - 81.18 Substance abuse assessments $200 - 48 hours for results contact us for more info : Website : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍 Facebook : 🤍 Linkedin : 🤍 We are always here for you.

Man suffering psychotic episode left alone near highway by first responders


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What is Mania and how is it related to Bipolar Disorder?


This video answers the questions: What is mania and how is mania related to bipolar disorder? A manic episode is not the same thing as bipolar disorder. Technically, a manic episode would almost always indicate some sort of mental disorder, but we don't know which one until we go through their criteria and then look at the criteria for different mental disorders. There are four main criteria for a manic episode and the second criterion (Criterion B) contains the symptom criteria. There are seven symptom criteria. Let's take a look at Criterion A. It indicates that a manic episode is a distinct period of abnormally and persistently elevated, expansive, or irritable mood and abnormally and persistently increased goal-directed activity or energy. This must last a week and it must be present most of the day nearly every day, unless an individual's hospitalized, in that case there's no time limit. Taking a look at criterion B, which is the criterion that contains the symptom criteria for a manic episode. It also supplies additional information about how to evaluate those symptoms. It indicates that three or more of the seven symptoms are required for a diagnosis or four or more are required if we only see an irritable mood only. If there is an expansive mood an elevated mood combined with the irritable mood, it would still be three or more. We also see other information here, which is that the symptoms must be present to a significant degree and represent a noticeable change from usual behavior. Taking a look at the seven symptom criteria in Criterion B we see increased self-esteem or grandiosity, a decreased need for sleep, an individual is more talkative than usual, a flight of ideas or racing thoughts, distractibility, increased goal-directed activity or increased psychomotor activity, and excessive involvement in activities that have a high potential for painful consequences. Criterion C says that this must cause marked impairment and criterion D indicates that the effects of substances or a medical condition can't be what is causing these symptoms. Bipolar disorder has two symptom criteria. The first one (Criterion A) is the presence of a manic episode. Criterion B indicates the manic episode can't be better explained by the presence of another mental disorder including schizoaffective, schizophrenia, schizophreniform, and delusional disorder as well as other related psychotic disorders. There could be another explanation for a manic episode other than bipolar disorder. Another interesting point with the definition of bipolar disorder is there's no mention in the criteria about the presence of a major depressive episode, yet we almost always think of bipolar disorder as having both manic and major depressive episodes. It's important to recognize that delusions are fairly common with mania even though they're not one of the symptom criteria. Delusions are present in about 75% of manic episodes. Another note relates to irritable mood. Irritability in mania tends to increase over the course of a manic episode. A manic episode could start with elevated or expansive moves without irritability, but we may see the irritability later on in that same manic episode. Also, irritability tends to increase if the goal-directed activities are interrupted.

What Is a Manic Episode? Speaking of Symptoms Series


Carrie explains the clinical symptoms of a manic episode for bipolar disorder according to the DSM for her Speaking of Symptoms Series. Carrie is a counselor who also lives with bipolar disorder herself. Read her full bio at Carrie blogs about stress management and other topics for living well with bipolar at 🤍

How To Tell what Mania and Hypomania Really Look like


Bipolar disorder is often very misunderstood. There’s a common misconception that anything unstable must be bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder is really defined by the presence of mania or hypomania. Depression is present in both bipolar disorder and unipolar depression. So if you are at the stage of wondering do I have bipolar disorder? The first question you and your doctor or therapist have to answer is have you had a manic episode? Because mania is the defining characteristic of bipolar disorder. In this video I also answer the question can your bipolar diagnosis change from bipolar 1 to bipolar 2? In today's video I will define the difference between mania and hypomania and I’ll answer the question of can your diagnosis change between bipolar one and bipolar two? This video is to help you understand what mania is, it’s not to help you diagnose yourself. If you think you may have bipolar disorder, you should see a doctor or therapist to be evaluated. Want to know more about mental health and self-improvement? On this channel I discuss topics such as bipolar disorder, major depression, anxiety disorders, attention deficit disorder (ADHD), relationships and personal development/self-improvement. If you don’t want to miss a video, click here to subscribe. 🤍 Disclaimer: All of the information on this channel is for educational purposes and not intended to be specific/personal medical advice from me to you. Watching the videos or getting answers to comments/question, does not establish a doctor-patient relationship. If you have your own doctor, perhaps these videos can help prepare you for your discussion with your doctor.

Three Signs Your Mania Is Coming (The Manic Prodrome)


What are the early signs that you're getting ready to have a manic episode? We call these early signs the prodrome. Being able to detect early signs of a manic episode can be helpful in either preventing the episode or lessening the impact of it. Bipolar disorder is progressive. The episodes build momentum. The prodrome is the period of milder symptoms that precede the more severe symptoms. This period can be weeks to months. With bipolar disorder you can have a prodromal period before depression as well as before the mania. The most common prodromal symptoms for mania tend to be an elevated mood, decreased need for sleep and increased activity. These symptoms can build for several weeks before it becomes an out-of-control, manic or hypomanic episode. In this video, I discuss ways to recognize these early signs. Video on Bipolar Disorder and Social Rhythm Therapy 🤍 References Fava G. and R. Kellner. Prodromal symptoms in affective disorders. American Journal of Psychiatry 1991 148:7, 823-830 C. McAulay et al. Early Intervention for Bipolar Disorder in Adolescents: A Psychosocial Perspective. Am J Psychiatry 175:5, May 2018 Disclaimer: All of the information on this channel is for educational purposes and not intended to be specific/personal medical advice from me to you. Watching the videos or getting answers to comments/question, does not establish a doctor-patient relationship. If you have your own doctor, perhaps these videos can help prepare you for your discussion with your doctor. I upload every Wednesday at 9am, and sometimes have extra videos in between. Subscribe to my channel so you don't miss a video 🤍

Case study clinical example: Session with a client with Bipolar Disorder (fluctuations in mood)


Video for use in teaching CBT formulation, aiming to demonstrate some of the triggers, thoughts, feelings and responses linked with elevated mood. In order to try and provide information to build a formulation, the session moves faster than an average session might and does not include all aspects of standard CBT (e.g., agenda setting). An actor plays the character of Tom [Sam Newton], but the dialogue is not scripted, and as such this represents a natural therapeutic exchange. I am a qualified Clinical Psychologist, but this is not a perfect example of CBT! Filmed and edited by Leeds Trinity University [Ricardo Barker]. The video was awarded a top video award from in 2015.

What Does a Manic Episode Feel Like? | Bipolar Disorder


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How it feels to have hypomania | Laura's Mental Health Story | Mind


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Manic Episodes in a Minute


"People who suffer from Manic Episodes experience elevated, expansive or irritable moods and a sudden increase in goal-directed activity or energy lasting for at least one week. In today’s One Minute Diagnosis video, I will talk about the clues clinicians use to recognize Manic Episodes. Thanks for watching!” – Dr. Ben Michaelis One Minute Diagnosis is a series of short videos where Dr. Ben Michaelis talks about the most common mental health issues affecting Americans. Get the first chapter of Dr. Ben Michaelis’s book free: 🤍 FIND DR. BEN MICHAELIS: - Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 ABOUT DR. BEN MICHAELIS: - America is in the midst of an identity crisis. Our country is more polarized now than ever before. In the midst of the divisions that are tearing apart personal relationships and calling into question what it means to be an American we need a steady voice to provide perspective, balance, and compassion to help heal these psychological wounds. America and Americans need a therapist. That therapist is Dr. Ben Michaelis. Ben Michaelis, Ph.D., is a clinical and media psychologist, popular keynote speaker, blogger for The Huffington Post and Psychology Today, and the author of Your Next Big Thing: Ten Small Steps to Get Moving and Get Happy. Through his dynamic keynote talks, and television appearances Dr. Michaelis shares his wisdom about authenticity, balance, purpose, presence and problem-solving in both work and personal life. In his private practice, Dr. Michaelis uses a blend of psychotherapy and coaching to help his clients become more present, proactive, and authentic in navigating the ever-changing landscape of work and personal life. Dr. Michaelis has worked with a wide array of patients, including CEOs, politicians, entrepreneurs, authors, actors, musicians, and artists. Dr. Michaelis is the author of numerous popular and scholarly articles. He is frequently featured as a mental health expert on various national television and radio programs such as on The Today Show, Fox News, MSNBC, The Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family, and publications including O The Oprah Magazine, Parents magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Washington Post, Women’s Health, Glamour, and Redbook, as well as many others. SUBSCRIBE: - Never miss a video and help fight the stigma associated with mental illness by making informed choices about mental health care for yourself and the people you love: 🤍

Bipolar Woman Has Manic Episode | Chicago Med


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Manic Episode in Bipolar Disorder | Case Study


This case study presents a man hospitalized for acute mania which is in the process of resolution. This psychiatric interview serves as a good example of many of the symptoms of mania in bipolar disorder such as grandiosity, tangential speech, and flight of ideas. The patient is quickly changing topics and digressing to random unrelated subjects.

Mania & Bipolar Disorder Mnemonics (Memorable Psychiatry Lecture)


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Bipolar Disorder | Animated Short Film


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Bipolar Disorder in Hindi/Urdu, Symptoms, Treatment, Manic Episodes, DSM 5,Mood Disorders,Psychiatry


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My Life Living with Bipolar Disorder


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13 Signs You're in a Manic Episode! | Bipolar Disorder


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Bipolar Disorder (Manic Disorder or Mood Stabilizer) Introduction and Mechanism of Action (HINDI)


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What are Depression and Bipolar with Psychotic Features?


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Living with Bipolar Disorder


Bipolar Disorder is a chronic and complex mental health disorder that causes extreme mood swings, including periods of extreme lows (depression) and extreme highs (mania or hypomania). In this video, we will discuss what Bipolar Disorder is, the symptoms of manic, hypomanic, and depressive episodes, and comparing the difference between Bipolar Disorder Type 1 and Type 2. Also, we will discuss the biological aspect of Bipolar Disorder by introducing two key hormones - Serotonin and Dopamine. We want to raise the public awareness of mental health issues, and emphasize the importance of seeking a health care professional if you or anyone you know is suffering from a mental health crisis. This video was made by McMaster students Mark Bertone, Jasmine Leung, Teja Koi and Maha Arif in collaboration with the McMaster Demystifying Medicine Program. Subscribe to the McMaster Demystifying Medicine YouTube channel: 🤍 This video is provided for general and educational information only. Please consult your health care provider for Information about your health. #DemystifyingMedicine, #MentalHealth Copyright McMaster University 2021. References Ashok, A. H., Marques, T. R., Jauhar, S., Nour, M. M., Goodwin, G. M., Young, A. H., & Howes, O. D. (2017). The dopamine hypothesis of bipolar affective disorder: the state of the art and implications for treatment. ​Molecular psychiatry​, ​22​(5), 666–679. 🤍 Chiang, K. J., Tsai, J. C., Liu, D., Lin, C. H., Chiu, H. L., & Chou, K. R. (2017). Efficacy of cognitive-behavioral therapy in patients with bipolar disorder: A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. ​PloS one​, ​12​(5), e0176849. 🤍 Cittolin-Santos, G. F., Fredeen, J. C., & Cotes, R. O. (2017). A Case Report of Mania and Psychosis Five Months after Traumatic Brain Injury Successfully Treated Using Olanzapine. ​Case reports in psychiatry​, ​2017​, 7541307. 🤍 Dailey MW, Saadabadi A. Mania. [Updated 2020 Nov 20]. In: StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing; 2020 Jan-. Available from: 🤍 Geddes, J. R., & Miklowitz, D. J. (2013). Treatment of bipolar disorder. ​Lancet (London, England),​ ​381(​ 9878), 1672–1682. 🤍 Jain A, Mitra P. Bipolar Affective Disorder. [Updated 2020 Oct 19]. In: StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing; 2020 Jan-. Available from: 🤍 Koçbıyık, S., Batmaz, S., & Turhan, L. (2016). A Case in the Bipolar Spectrum. Noropsikiyatri arsivi,​ ​53(​ 1), 80–82. ​🤍 Mahmood, T., & Silverstone, T. (2001). Serotonin and bipolar disorder. ​Journal of affective disorders,​ ​66(​ 1), 1-11. Manji, H. K., Quiroz, J. A., Payne, J. L., Singh, J., Lopes, B. P., Viegas, J. S., & Zarate, C. A. (2003). The underlying neurobiology of bipolar disorder. ​World psychiatry : official journal of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA),​ ​2(​ 3), 136–146. McCormick, U., Murray, B., & McNew, B. (2015). Diagnosis and treatment of patients with bipolar disorder: A review for advanced practice nurses. ​Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners​, ​27​(9), 530–542. 🤍 Park, S., Park, B., Koh, M. K., & Joo, Y. H. (2014). Case report: bipolar disorder as the first manifestation of CADASIL. ​BMC psychiatry​, ​14(​ 1), 175. Phillips, M. L., & Kupfer, D. J. (2013). Bipolar disorder diagnosis: challenges and future directions. ​Lancet (London, England),​ ​381​(9878), 1663–1671. 🤍 Tran, D. Q., Beaudry, V., & Lajoie, Y. (2013). First Manic Episode in an 11-Year-Old Girl. Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry = Journal de l'Académie canadienne de psychiatrie de l'enfant et de l'adolescent​, ​22​(4), 324–326.

Depressive and Bipolar Disorders: Crash Course Psychology #30


Not sleeping for days on end. Long periods of euphoria. Racing thoughts. Grandiose ideas. Mania. Depression. All of these are symptoms of Bipolar Disorder. In this episode of Crash Course Psychology, Hank talks about mood disorders and their causes as well as how these disorders can impact people's lives. Want more videos about psychology? Check out our sister channel SciShow Psych at 🤍 Chapters: Introduction: Bipolar Disorder 00:00 Mood Disorders 1:15 What are Moods? 2:00 Depressive Disorders 2:50 Bipolar Disorder 4:31 Genetic Causes of Mood Disorders 5:48 Environmental Triggers of Mood Disorders 6:14 Mood Disorders & Gender 6:45 Mood Disorders & the Brain 7:05 Social-Cognitive Perspective on Mood Disorders 7:58 Review & Credits 9:13 Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at 🤍 Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 CC Kids: 🤍

Mood Disorders Part IV Manic Episode


This is the fourth video in this series on Mood Disorders. In this video we go over the diagnostic features for a manic episode.

Hypomanic Episodes and Bipolar 2


At Epsychiatry, we provide telehealth mental health services. This video covers hypomanic episodes and bipolar 2. We define hypomanic episodes, speak about features of a hypomanic episode and treatment options. Please visit our services page ( 🤍 ) for more information re: bipolar.



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Manic Episode & Hypomanic Episode


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Mania can resemble schizophrenia or even a crack high!


Patients showing a manic episode often have delusions common in schizophrenia, and euphoria common during cocaine usage.

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