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guys, what usually triggers your manic episodes? and what are your usual signs that you notice before having the episode? i find myself completely unprepared and would be happy to know more about this experience from others with the same condition.

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    • serendi

      389d

      Along with what flore said, I’ve noticed that impulsive purchases or other impulsive actions I wouldn’t normally choose to do that way (or at all) are usually signs of an oncoming manic episode. I also have ADHD, though, so sometimes it isn’t mania. I’d say it’s a matter of examining how you are when not manic, when you’re under general stress, etc. Then compare to your manic episodes.

    • serendi

      389d

      Along with what flore said, I’ve noticed that impulsive purchases or other impulsive actions I wouldn’t normally choose to do that way (or at all) are usually signs of an oncoming manic episode. I also have ADHD, though, so sometimes it isn’t mania. I’d say it’s a matter of examining how you are when not manic, when you’re under general stress, etc. Then compare to your manic episodes.

    • flore

      390d

      lack of sleep and risky decisions even smaller ones! those are mine, a big one is, not eating but still having energy.

      • zhivayapetlya.ru

        390d

        @flore thank you!! i think we’re very similar in that, i also notice symptoms you were talking abt

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