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49 Possible Causes for Flight of Ideas, Pressured Speech

  • Hypomania

    After the third dose he presented with psychomotor agitation, pressured speech, irritability, aggressive behaviour and insomnia.[] Speech is rapid and copious (' pressure of speech '); and may rapidly flit from one subject to another (' flight of ideas ').[] Individuals affected by hypomania, often present with pressured speech, and show signs of increased self esteem along with grandiosity.[]

  • Mania

    She presented with a predominantly expansive mood, psychomotor agitation, disorganized and pressured speech, flight of ideas, grandiosity, delusions, and auditory hallucinations[] Pressured speech is also present and patients speak rapidly and expressively.[] On day 4, the patient exhibited a euphoric mood, with persistent laughing, expansive self-esteem, extreme talkativeness, flight of ideas, distractibility, and psychomotor[]

  • Acute Amphetamine Intoxication

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  • Agitated Depression

    RESULTS: Patients with agitated depression were consistently not elated or grandiose, but one-fourth had the cluster of symptoms with racing thoughts, pressured speech, and[] This is often described in the literature as depression with flight of ideas.[] speech and rage, occur simultaneously.[]

  • Bipolar Disorder

    He was psychiatrically hospitalized for agitation, aggression, and manic symptoms including insomnia, rapid and pressured speech, and hyperactivity.[] Advertisement 11 of 11 Getty Images Flight of ideas This symptom may be something that is hard to recognize, but it occurs frequently when someone is in a manic phase.[] ., feels rested after only 3 hours of sleep) more talkative than usual or pressure to keep talking flight of ideas or subjective experience that thoughts are racing distractibility[]

  • Dysphoric Mood

    ., grandiosity or inflated self esteem, decreased need for sleep, pressured speech, flight of ideas, distractibility, increase in goal directed activity, or excessive involvement[] Symptoms of mania can include: Grandiosity and exaggerated feelings of self-importance Hallucinations or delusions Racing thoughts Rapid, frenzied speech ( pressured speech[] […] of ideas " and " racing thoughts " vs. depressive rumination.[]

  • Schizoaffective Disorder

    Pressured speech / being talkative (bipolar type) Excessive movement (bipolar type) Slow movement (depressive type) Engaging in risky behaviors (bipolar type) Physical symptoms[] Flight of ideas and racing thoughts. Easily distracted. Increase in goal-directed activity with psychomotor agitation.[] Below are some examples of such symptoms: Disorganized thought processes, as manifested in speech or behavioral disorganization Flight of ideas or tangential thinking Poor[]

  • Malignant Catatonia

    One week prior to admission, she develops elevated mood, pressured speech, and flight of ideas.[] speech, hyperactivity, and hyperthymic behavior), and finally, after repeated cycles of stupor and excitement, a stage of dementia. 1 Kraepelin, 2 who was influenced by Kahlbaum[] Fink states that prognosis is especially favorable when the syndrome is dominated by stupor, hyperactivity, rapid, and pressured speech, and lability of mood, or if there[]

  • Cannabis Abuse

    The heart rate increases while blood vessels dilate, leading to lowered blood pressure.[] Other physical effects include: Urinary retention Constipation Slurred speech Drowsiness Marijuana is generally less physically damaging than some other drugs, but it is very[]

  • Dysthymic Disorder

    speech tremendous energy enhanced creativity hyperactivity feeling that nothing can go wrong outbursts of anger alcohol and drug abuse As Kay Redfield Jamison, a psychologist[] […] of ideas Impulsiveness, poor judgment, distractibility Reckless behavior In the most severe cases, delusions and hallucinations Symptoms of depression - the "lows" of bipolar[] […] inhibition delusional thinking increased sexual activity impulsivity spending large amounts of money socially inappropriate behavior heightened sense of awareness flight of ideas pressured[]

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