Mania is a mood state that is characterised by significantly elevated mood. Mania usually occurs as part of bipolar disorder. People with Mania are often happy or elated, energetic and overly optimistic. They need less sleep, eat less and have many ideas, plans or projects; some of which may seem inappropriate or fantastical. Speech may be fast and difficult to interrupt. There can also be delusions, hallucinations or illogical thinking. The beliefs held during a manic episode can put people at risk through, for example, inappropriately spending large sums of money or making illogical decisions. They can also be emotionally disinhibited and more irritable. A professional assessment will allow accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment recommendations.
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