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  • noun Plural form of hypomania.

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Examples

  • The range of symptoms in the manic states, from those found in the mild hypomanias to florid psychosis in acute mania, is as wide as that found in the depressive states.

    Touched with Fire

  • Bipolar II disorder, on the other hand, is defined as the presence or history of at least one major depressive episode, as well as the existence or history of less severe manic episodes that is, hypomanias, which do not cause pronounced impairment in personal or professional functioning, are not psychotic in nature, and do not require hospitalization.

    Touched with Fire

  • Bipolar II disorder, on the other hand, is defined as the presence or history of at least one major depressive episode, as well as the existence or history of less severe manic episodes that is, hypomanias, which do not cause pronounced impairment in personal or professional functioning, are not psychotic in nature, and do not require hospitalization.

    Touched with Fire

  • Bipolar II disorder, on the other hand, is defined as the presence or history of at least one major depressive episode, as well as the existence or history of less severe manic episodes that is, hypomanias, which do not cause pronounced impairment in personal or professional functioning, are not psychotic in nature, and do not require hospitalization.

    Touched with Fire

  • The range of symptoms in the manic states, from those found in the mild hypomanias to florid psychosis in acute mania, is as wide as that found in the depressive states.

    Touched with Fire

  • The range of symptoms in the manic states, from those found in the mild hypomanias to florid psychosis in acute mania, is as wide as that found in the depressive states.

    Touched with Fire

  • One or more hypomanias and one or more major depressions

    The Neuropsychiatric Guide to Modern Everyday Psychiatry

  • The range of symptoms in the manic states, from those found in the mild hypomanias to florid psychosis in acute mania, is as wide as that found in the depressive states.

    Touched with Fire

  • Bipolar II disorder, on the other hand, is defined as the presence or history of at least one major depressive episode, as well as the existence or history of less severe manic episodes that is, hypomanias, which do not cause pronounced impairment in personal or professional functioning, are not psychotic in nature, and do not require hospitalization.

    Touched with Fire

  • I'd taken Ativan for so many years that it was always difficult, but I would get off it every year when my hypomanias ended and I stopped taking Adderall.

    Beyond Meds

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