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Can I have some examples of hypomania?
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In brief: "She began to work..
...Even harder needing less hours of sleep but was still full of energy and ideas.
She called for numerous meetings, phoned top executives of other companies with her plans and became very angry when senior staff questioned what she was doing." it became mania: "she abused colleagues in vulgar language. She awoke given a special mission by god to save her country" http://www.Med.Nus.Edu.Sg/pcm/b.

In brief: "She began to work..
...Even harder needing less hours of sleep but was still full of energy and ideas.
She called for numerous meetings, phoned top executives of other companies with her plans and became very angry when senior staff questioned what she was doing." it became mania: "she abused colleagues in vulgar language. She awoke given a special mission by god to save her country" http://www.Med.Nus.Edu.Sg/pcm/b.
Dr. Jeffrey Satinover
Dr. Jeffrey Satinover
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Dr. Herbert Popolow
Good example.
Dr. Paul Pancner
Clinical Psychology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Hypomania
Is less intense than full-blown mania.
Characterized as increased energy, excitability or agitation, increased productivity and creativity, less need for sleep, more social, thoughts may be accelerated some, impulsive, possibly hyper-sexual.

In brief: Hypomania
Is less intense than full-blown mania.
Characterized as increased energy, excitability or agitation, increased productivity and creativity, less need for sleep, more social, thoughts may be accelerated some, impulsive, possibly hyper-sexual.
Dr. Paul Pancner
Dr. Paul Pancner
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