Manic Episode

Manic episodeA manic episode occurs when a person - for an extended period of time - has a really elevated mood. Symptoms of a manic episode include a decreased need for sleep, talkativeness, an inflated sense of self-worth as well as other physical and mental problems. Manic episodes are usually a smaller part of bipolar disorder, but they can have serious negative effects on a person's life. The dangers of having manic episodes are real, which is why it's important to consider treatment with online therapy from professionals here on GoMentor.com.

Symptoms of Manic Episodes

The symptoms of manic episodes are going to vary slightly from person to person, but in general they are:

  • No or little sleep
  • Increased self-esteem
  • Talkativeness
  • Poor judgment

Dangers of Manic Episodes

The dangers of manic episodes lie in the short term - making a bad decision in business or life when experiencing the mania - or long term - doing damage to the body. Both of these risks should be considered if a manic episode or series of manic episodes are experienced. There is a chance that manic episodes may get worse - lasting longer and being more powerful - if left untreated. In the modern world, it is easy to get help with manic episodes and all the mood disorders associated with them.

Treatment for Manic Episodes

On GoMentor.com, we know that manic episodes can cause terrible consequences in your life. This is why we work with therapists who offer online therapy and counselling to help with manic episodes and other types of mood disorders. With psychotherapy - led by trained therapists at GoMentor 24/7 - the problem of mania can be better controlled and managed in your life. Behavioural modifications are a good way to deal with the long term treatment of manic episodes.

Get help with Manic Episode

Are you struggling with Manic Episode? On GoMentor you can get professional help in an affordable, flexible and convenient way.

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