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197 Possible Causes for Hypomania, Mania, Weight Loss

  • Bipolar Disorder

    mania) and bipolar disorder (patients with both depression and mania).[] Although the data on weight loss were not analysed formally, weight loss was marked in the topiramate treated group.[] Hypomania can also lead to erratic and unhealthy behavior.[]

  • Mania

    Individuals being treated for depression may evolve quickly into mania and mania may sharply switch back to depression.[] The clinical depression symptoms seen with bipolar disorder are the same as those seen in major depressive disorder and include: Decreased appetite and/or weight loss, or[] This review aimed to provide a synthesis of the current evidence for pharmacotherapy of mixed states with an emphasis on mixed mania/hypomania.[]

  • Anxiety Disorder

    While most adverse events were mild to moderate, including nausea, anorexia, weight loss, pharyngitis, and mydriasis, three participants in the venlafaxine group developed[] Guillain-Barre disease, bipolar or schizoaffective disorder Triggering factor (alcohol, treatment): may be progressive Behavioural disturbances, impulsivity, depression, mania[] Disability weights for 220 unique health states were used to capture the severity of health loss.[]

  • Thyroid Crisis

    The differential diagnosis of thyroid storm includes sepsis, neuroleptic malignant syndrome, malignant hyperthermia, and acute mania with lethal catatonia, all of which can[] Signs and Symptoms include: Agitation Emotional changes Insomnia Poor heat tolerance Weight loss Headache Tremors Exophthalmos Goiter (Enlarged thyroid gland) Weakness Dyspnea[] However, reported weight loss, intermittent palpitations, and hand tremors for the past year.[]

  • Hypomania

    […] acute mania: a factor analysis.[] One of these is either significant weight gain or weight loss when not dieting.[] Hypomania primarily occurs due to chemical imbalances in the brain.[]

  • Acute Amphetamine Intoxication

    Amphetamine Psychosis Amphetamine psychosis can present itself through extreme panic, mania, paranoia, hallucinations, delirium, and schizophrenic-like behaviors.[] Weight loss. Repetitive motor activity. Formication (sensory hallucination of insects crawling on/under skin, leading to obsessive scratching) and ulceration.[] Prolonged use of amphetamines can lead to malnutrition and vitamin deficiencies, skin disorders, ulcers, lack of sleep, weight loss and depression.[]

  • Severe Depressive Episode

    Repeated episodes of hypomania or mania only are classified as bipolar.[] […] of interest in normal activities like sex Sleep disturbances such as insomnia or excessive sleeping Tiredness and lack of energy Changes in appetite (usually weight loss[] loss or weight gain increased or decreased sleep decreased mental and physical activity, or increase in such activity as demonstrated by excessive worrying and agitated behavior[]

  • Agitated Depression

    Abstract The existence of mixed affective states challenges the idea of specific biological abnormalities in depression and mania.[] It is often identified with a specific symptom complex—psychomotor retardation, early morning awakening, weight loss, excessive guilt, and lack of reactivity to the environment—that[] On the basis of history of hypomania they were assigned to BP-II (n 206) vs. MDD (n 130). All patients were also examined for hypomania during the current MDE.[]

  • Depression

    His presentation of altered mental status, mania, and psychosis is examined in regards to his DMT use.[] Physical health was determined based on information regarding falls and weight loss and an assessment of each patient's general medical condition.[] But a person with bipolar disorder also experiences extreme high – euphoric or irritable – moods called “mania” or a less severe form called “hypomania.”[]

  • Cyclothymic Disorder

    Mania and depression are particularly common at this time, especially in women with past or family histories of major or minor affective disorders, specifically cyclothymia[] loss or gain Feeling slowed down or agitated Loss of interest or pleasure in activities that were once enjoyable Feelings of worthlessness or guilt Feelings of hopelessness[] People who have cyclothymic disorder have mild depression (called dysthymia) that lasts for a minimum of two years, along with episodes of hypomania (mild mania).[]

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