Mental illness with euphoria and hyperactivity:
Mania ( )
Mania is a psychological condition that shows in enhanced, mostly euphoric moods in inappropriate situations. Contrary to persons suffering from depression, patients with a mania find it very difficult to keep calm.
People suffering from mania are under the impression of being unrestrictedly strong and able to do everything they plan. They are in an exhilarated mood, laugh often, even in inappropriate situations and often talk continuously.
Knee deformity, Joint redness, Fever, Knee pain, Knee deformity, Headache, Tiredness, Palpitations, Pallor, Hair loss, Drowsiness, Dizziness, Shortness of breath, Burning in the throat, Cold feet, Chest pain, Cold hands, Brittleness of nails, Mouth ulcers, Tongue burning, Agitation, Feeling faint, Reduced appetite, Missed period, Menstruation disorder, Joylessness, Impairment of male potency, Tiredness, Moist and softened skin, Dry skin, Mood swings, Difficulty to concentrate, Weight gain, Sensitivity to cold, Hair loss, Less than 3 defecations per week, Hoarseness, Pallor, Muscle pain, Brittleness of nails, Numbness in the arm, Tiredness, Pallor, Disorientation regarding time or place, Tongue burning, Pain in the bones, Tiredness, Bone fracture, Pain in the limbs, Curvature of the spine, Tears, Eyelids sticking together, Face pain, Eye blinking, Abdominal pain, Flatulence, Diarrhea, Nausea, Foul smelling defecation, Bloated feeling in the stomach, Distended abdomen, Paralysis, Muscular weakness in the arm, Muscular weakness in the leg, Skin nodules, Itching of skin, Hair loss, Changes in the nails, Skin redness, Blue colored skin, Abdominal pain, Diarrhea, Fever, Pain in the limbs, Headache, Neck stiffness, Nausea, Shortness of breath, Fever, Lockjaw, Cramps, Muscle stiffness, Sweating, Vision impairment for near objects, Vision impairment, Abdominal pain, Diarrhea, Increased thirst, Pain of the anus, Back pain, Lower-back pain, Limited mobility of the back, Shortness of breath, Bloody cough, Cough, Chest pain, Shortness of breath, Chest pain, Chest tightness, Cough, Back pain, Breathing-related pains, Palpitations, Bold area among hair on the head, Joint pain, Oversensitivity to light, Shortness of breath, Skin rash, Skin redness, Tiredness, Weight loss, Swollen glands in the armpit, Swollen glands in the groin, Fever, Swollen glands in the neck, Sadness, Mood swings, Mouth ulcers, Joylessness, Itching of skin, Hair loss, Scar, Skin redness, Pain in the limbs, Joint pain, Skin rash, Headache, Tiredness, Paralysis, Fever, Neck stiffness, Blue colored skin, Diarrhea, Fever, Weight loss, Skin rash, Swollen glands in the neck, Swollen glands in the armpit, Swollen glands in the groin, Tiredness, Sweating, Night sweats, Leg swelling, Arm swelling, Limited mobility of the leg, Hand pain, Vision impairment, Vision impairment for near objects, Pain in the bones, Back pain, Fever, Weight loss, Sweating, Arm swelling, Joint pain, Bone fracture, Leg swelling, Dark urine, Urge to urinate, Frequent urination, Urination during the night, Dribbling after urination, Painful urination, Decreased urine stream, Delayed start to urination, Impairment of male potency, Pain in the bones, Abdominal pain, Blue spot on skin, Pallor, Dark urine, Fever, Chills, Cough, Abdominal pain, Sweating, Blackening of vision, Disorientation regarding time or place, Yellow colored skin, Shortness of breath, Burning eyes, Burning in the throat, Cough, Eye redness, Fever, Itching eyes, Pain in the limbs, Runny nose, Skin rash, Sore throat, Swollen glands in the armpit, Swollen glands in the groin, Swollen glands in the neck, Tiredness, Oversensitivity to light, Facial swelling, Flaking skin, Pallor, Yellow colored skin, Yellowish discoloration of the white part of the eye, Visual field loss, Facial paralysis, Impaired balance, Headache, Paralysis, Tiredness, Eye pain, Mood swings, Aggressiveness, Vision impairment, Increased drive, Sleeplessness, Difficulty to concentrate, Mood swings, Agitation, Aggressiveness
Manic people are distracted easily, they can’t concentrate at all or only for a short period of time and, as mentioned above, talk very fast more or less continuously and often to themselves, they “gabble along”. Sometimes patients show symptoms that are equivalent to delusions; they overestimate themselves, can’t recognise interrelationships anymore or draw the wrong conclusions.
Because of the common combination of delusions and self-overestimation, manic persons are usually only partly criminally liable and not legally competent. In most cases the acute-phase requires a compulsory hospitalization to protect others, but mainly the patients themselves, and to begin treatment. Beginning a therapy during the acute-phase is difficult, as the patients often lack any understanding of the disease. However, it can be treated with various medication, psychotherapy and ergo therapy.