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... It's the annoying newbie again, sorry to impose so brazenly without having first read all the previous posts, but, without belaboring you with the gory details, I'd like to share a summary of the past 4-6 years: In no way meant to undermine what our actual soldiers returning from actual combat, embattled, morbidly wounded physically or otherwise (or, lucky if not-), I've... (0 replies)
... It is more common for the episode of hypomania to be followed by mania rather than having them at the same time. ... (10 replies)
... en copy of the warning signs of mania and psychosis to my family, eating and exercising regularly, keeping a consistent sleep schedule, staying busy and avoiding stress as much as possible. ... (10 replies)

... Sorry, I'm in the same boat as Klynn,,,stess is a trigger for the depression monster..but mania/hypomania is very rare for me. (6 replies)
... I just wondered if others are triggered into hypomania by things like this that make you furious, and what I can to to govern my reactions and actions better. ... (6 replies)
... or a bit but has now been stable and well for over 2 years and is in the process of rebuilding his life. He had to rethink his career plans as the lifestyle and stress of the career he had picked was not conduisive to maintaining stability!! And now he is well on his way to rebuilding a good, stable, healthy life. ... (10 replies)
... Hi, Angie....yes to all of the above!! With your family history and your daughter's reaction to the Ritalin it is almost certain that she is BP. Sounds as if she had an induced mania/hypomania. You mustn't feel bad about this because if your daughter has the gene for BP it would have been just a matter of time before it was triggered. Either by stress, a traumatice... (14 replies)
... like I could somehow jump out of my skin...is this the beginning of a hypomania episode? ... (3 replies)
... full time job. Stress from all angles can trigger off your mania. ... (6 replies)
... Stress triggers severe depression for me. I know that it does, but I have yet to find a way to stop it. I hope you get to keep your flowers. (6 replies)
... hypomanic episode because of the stress it places on the body. ... (8 replies)
... I will stress the opposite and urge people to take their medication, and if its not stablising you, there is a problem with the dosage or combination. ... (31 replies)
... I wondered where these migraines where coming from.I get them about every 2 months.They usually last around 3 weeks.I have been on every pill for migraines and nothing ever works.They make me shaky and clamy.I just thought it was stress.Oh my how these last so long when I tell people how long they are they think I am overreacting but they are very painful.My doctor put me on... (7 replies)
... eing messed up for the entire next day. I even did it on a weeknight!!!! VERY out of character for me. Also on that website I read that major life situations and stress can trigger episodes.... ... (10 replies)
I'm Tired!
Jun 13, 2007
... since it is difficult for my daughter to know all about BP I have been her "awareness" so to speak. In watching her I see that she had more of a mixed state or hypomania going on. For the most part even before meds she was very angry, agitated, frustrated. ... (17 replies)
Still wondering
Jun 17, 2007
... Can stress bring on hypomania? ... (9 replies)
... in my life, as it is now since I'm 19 and have no car, no job, and no life. I'll go from being anxious to normal to happy, and I don't know if this is normal or stress related, or bipolar disorder. ... (5 replies)
... sounds very accurate as well. It sounds like your GP has done his fair share of psych studies. Bipolar 2 is characterized as mainly severe depression with rare hypomania or even moderate acute mania. ... (7 replies)
... Greetings. I look forward to reading all that is on this site, having just found it and with not enough time presently to see if this question has already been asked and answered. You gotta pay to play, and that IS the downside of hypomania, the other aspects of BPII notwithstanding. I'm only now truly beginning to accept that "label," for myself, reluctantly. I... (0 replies)
... I'm not a doctor, but from what you've described, it's possible you could have chronic fatigue syndrome. As far as your anger is concerned, that is not a sole indicator of having bipolar. One must also experience hypomania (mild mania) or mania (severe full blown mania) in addition to severe depression. There is a mild form of bipolar called cyclothymia which results... (8 replies)


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