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... nput. I will have to agree with those you've just said and I've been careful to avoid those things. If anyone else can chime in and warn us about some possible triggers that'd be appreciated. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, I've had manias in the past but they haven't returned for a while. I'm still worried about the onset of a possible future mania, and I would like to know what things trigger mania? ... (5 replies)
... Here are some of the things that trigger mania for me. ... (5 replies)

... Hi lack of sleep is one of the main triggers . stress is another . I go and have massages once a month which helps. Just take one day at a time , and don't take on too much. ... (5 replies)
... job promotion, new addition to family... anything that is out of the 'ordinary' in your typical daily life happenings and structured life that can set the routine into off kilter could set off a trigger. ... (5 replies)
... Problem now is i can't get a low paid job anywhere, just to keep me busy because of my CV. ... (5 replies)
Controlled mania
Aug 23, 2010
... Triggers induce my mania. If there is something that I am really excited about doing, I go straight into the type of mania you are talking about. But then if I get over stimulated I will go over the edge and have a hard time stopping......... ... (12 replies)
... Of course triggers initiate mania. Wherever you read that was mistaken, I am sure! Could you please cite the reference for me? ... (19 replies)
Triggers?
Mar 28, 2008
... stressed, which seem to be triggers for me, I still become depressed or manic, but not as bad as without the meds. Lack of sleep produces mania, and the mania produces insomnia, so it can get pretty bad. ... (5 replies)
... I certainly understand you not wanting to feel or be thought of as "mothering" your roommate. ... (11 replies)
... this is just crazy. No pun intended. Everything that you described fits me to a T. I do not know what type of Bi polar I am. I know that I was a rapid swinging one. And we are talking about switching from mania to depression about every four hours through the day. ... (13 replies)
... You can't. You have had one episode of mania, from what you've told us. The medications have brought you back to "neutral. ... (7 replies)
... ssion, is a serious brain disorder that causes extreme shifts in mood, energy, and functioning. It affects 2.3 million adult Americans, which is about1.2 percent of the population, and can run in families. The disorder affects men and women equally. ... (5 replies)
... ssion, is a serious brain disorder that causes extreme shifts in mood, energy, and functioning. It affects 2.3 million adult Americans, which is about1.2 percent of the population, and can run in families. The disorder affects men and women equally. ... (1 replies)
... r, I can not determine for sure. There are many wonderful websites out there that have information that is quite helpful. Here is some information I got off one of those websites. It is quite long, but very informative, please read. ... (3 replies)
... I am very freaked about that. I am more inclined to tell him that everything is fine and dandy because he pushes meds and didn't want me off of the meds I am on to begin with. I would not consider a different doctor because the one I am with actually speaks good english and is reasonable. ... (4 replies)
BIG QUESTION
Jul 15, 2003
... ssion, is a serious brain disorder that causes extreme shifts in mood, energy, and functioning. It affects 2.3 million adult Americans, which is about1.2 percent of the population, and can run in families. The disorder affects men and women equally. ... (2 replies)
Triggers?
Mar 27, 2008
... done reactions to life events when I am going into a depression or mania anyway. ... (5 replies)
... Your statement that your tdoc says there are no triggers took my breath away. I've never heard anyone say that. I think it is pretty well documented that certain things cause mania. ... (19 replies)
... sabotaging depression where my mind is my own worst enemy. These long periods are as you know followed by short periods of hypomania which good or bad I much more prefer. ... (2 replies)




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