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June 27, 2015

Mania / Manic/ Maniotic Psychology Specialty counseling centre in velachery:


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Mania: An abnormally elevated mood state characterized by such symptoms as inappropriate elation, increased irritability, severe insomnia, grandiose notions, increased speed and/or volume of speech, disconnected and racing thoughts, increased sexual desire, markedly increased energy and activity level, poor judgment, and inappropriate social behavior. A mild form in mania that does not require hospitalization is termed hypomania. Mania that also features symptoms of depression is called mixed mania.

Causes and Symptoms of Mania:
Common signs and symptoms of mania include:
v  Feeling unusually “high” and optimistic OR extremely irritable
v  Unrealistic, grandiose beliefs about one’s abilities or powers
v  Sleeping very little, but feeling extremely energetic
v  Talking so rapidly that others can’t keep up
v  Racing thoughts jumping quickly from one idea to the next
v  Highly distractible, unable to concentrate
v  Impaired judgment and impulsiveness
v  Acting recklessly without thinking about the consequences
v  Delusions and hallucinations

List of words that containing Mania:
v  Ablutomania:- mania for washing oneself
v  Aboulomania:-pathological indecisiveness
v  Agromania:-   intense desire to be in open spaces
v  Andromania:- nymphomania
v  Anglomania:-  craze or obsession with England and the English
v  Anthomania:-  obsession with flowers
v  Aphrodisiomania:- abnormal sexual interest
v  Arithmomania:- obsessive preoccupation with numbers
v  Balletomania:- abnormal fondness for ballet
v  Bibliomania:- craze for books or reading
v  Bruxomania:- compulsion for grinding teeth
v  Cacodemomania:- pathological belief that one is inhabited by an evil spirit
v  Catapedamania:- obsession with jumping from high places
v  Chinamania:-  obsession with collecting china
v  Choreomania:- dancing mania or frenzy
v  Clinomania:-   excessive desire to stay in bed
v  Copromania:-  obsession with feces
v  Cytheromania:- nymphomania
v  Dacnomania:- obsession with killing
v  Demonomania:- pathological belief that one is possessed by demons
v  Dinomania:- mania for dancing
v  Dipsomania:-  abnormal craving for alcohol
v  Discomania:-  obsession for disco music
v  Doramania:- obsession with owning furs
v  Doromania:- obsession with giving gifts
v  Drapetomania:- intense desire to run away from home
v  Dromomania:- compulsive longing for travel
v  Ecdemomania:- abnormal compulsion for wandering
v  Egomania:- irrational self-centered attitude or self-worship
v  Eleutheromania:- manic desire for freedom
v  Empleomania:- mania for holding public office
v  Enosimania:- pathological belief that one has sinned
v  Entheomania:- abnormal belief that one is divinely inspired
v  Epomania:- craze for writing epics
v  Ergasiomania:- excessive desire to work - ergomania
v  Ergomania:- excessive desire to work - workaholism
v  Erotomania:- abnormally powerful sex drive
v  Etheromania:- craving for ether
v  Ethnomania:-  obsessive devotion to one's own people
v  Eulogomania:- obsessive craze for eulogies
v  Flagellomania:- abnormal enthusiasm for flogging
v  Florimania:- craze for flowers
v  Francomania:- craze or obsession with France and the French
v  Gallomania:- craze or obsession with France and the French
v  Gamomania:-obsession with issuing odd marriage proposals
v  Graecomania:-obsession with Greece and the Greeks
v  Graphomania:-obsession with writing
v  Gynaecomania:-abnormal sexual obsession with women
v  Habromania:- insanity featuring cheerful delusions
v  Hagiomania:-  mania for sainthood
v  Hellenomania:-obsession with Greece and the Greeks; Graecomania
v  Hexametromania:-mania for writing in hexameter
v  Hieromania:-pathological religious visions or delusions
v  Hippomania:-  obsession with horses
v  Hydromania:- irrational craving for water
v  Hylomania:-excessive tendency towards materialism
v  Hypermania:- severe mania
v  Hypomania:-   minor mania
v  Hysteromania:-nymphomania
v  Iconomania:-  obsession with icons or portraits
v  Idolomania:- obsession or devotion to idols
v  Infomania:- excessive devotion to accumulating facts
v  Islomania:- craze or obsession for islands
v  Italomania:-obsession with Italy or Italians
v  Kleptomania:- irrational predilection for stealing
v  Klopemania:-  kleptomania
v  Logomania:-   pathological loquacity
v  Lypemania:-   extreme pathological mournfulness
v  Macromania:- delusion that objects are larger than natural size
v  Megalomania:-abnormal tendency towards grand or grandiose behaviour
v  Melomania:-craze for music
v  Methomania:- morbid craving for alcohol
v  Metromania:-  insatiable desire for writing verse
v  Micromania:-  pathological self-deprecation or belief that one is very small
v  Monomania:-  abnormal obsession with a single thought or idea
v  Morphinomani:- a habitual craving or desire for morphine
v  Musomania:-   obsession with music
v  Mythomania:- lying or exaggerating to an abnormal extent
v  Narcomania:- uncontrollable craving for narcotics
v  Necromania:- sexual obsession with dead bodies; necrophilia
v  Nosomania:- delusion of suffering from a disease
v  Nostomania:-  abnormal desire to go back to familiar places
v  Nymphomania:-excessive or crazed sexual desire
v  Oenomania:- obsession or craze for wine
v  Oligomania:-   obsession with a few thoughts or ideas
v  Oniomania:-    mania for making purchases
v  Onomamania:- mania for names
v  Onomatomania:- irresistible desire to repeat certain words
v  Onychotillomania:-   compulsive picking at the fingernails
v  Opiomania:-    craving for opium
v  Opsomania:-   abnormal love for one kind of food
v  Orchidomania:-abnormal obsession with orchids
v  Parousiamania:-obsession with the second coming of Christ
v  Pathomania:-  moral insanity
v  Peotillomania:- abnormal compulsion for pulling on the penis
v  Phagomania:- excessive desire for food or eating
v  Phaneromania:- habit of biting one’s nails
v  Pharmacomania:- abnormal obsession with trying drugs
v  Phonomania:- pathological tendency to murder
v  Photomania:-  pathological desire for light
v  Phyllomania:- excessive or abnormal production of leaves
v  Phytomania:-  obsession with collecting plants
v  Planomania:-  abnormal desire to wander and disobey social norms
v  Plutomania:-   mania for money
v  Polemomania:-mania for war
v  Politicomania:- mania for politics
v  Polkamania:-  craze for polka dancing
v  Polymania:- mania affecting several different mental faculties
v  Poriomania:-  abnormal compulsion to wander
v  Pornomania:- obsession with pornography
v  Potichomania:-craze for imitating Oriental porcelain
v  Potomania:- abnormal desire to drink alcohol
v  Pseudomania:- irrational predilection for lying
v  Pteridomania:-passion for ferns
v  Pyromania:-   craze for starting fires
v  Rhinotillexomania:-   compulsive nose picking
v  Rinkomania:-  obsession with skating
v  Satyromania:- abnormally great male sexual desire; satyriasis
v  Scribbleomania:- obsession with scribbling
v  Sebastomania:- religious insanity
v  Sitiomania:- morbid aversion to food
v  Sophomania:- delusion that one is incredibly intelligent
v  Squandermania:- irrational propensity for spending money wastefully
v  Stampomania:-obsession with stamp-collecting
v  Syphilomania:- pathological belief that one is afflicted with syphilis
v  Technomania:- craze for technology
v  Teutomania:-  obsession with Teutonic or German things
v  Thanatomania:-belief that one has been affected by death magic, and resulting illness
v  Theatromania:-craze for going to plays
v  Theomania:-   belief that one is a god
v  Timbromania:-craze for stamp collecting
v  Tomomania:-  irrational predilection for performing surgery
v  Toxicomania:- morbid craving for poisons
v  Trichotillomania:- neurosis where patient pulls out own hair
v  Tulipomania:- obsession with tulips
v  Typhomania:- delirious state resulting from typhus fever
v  Typomania:-   craze for printing one’s lucubrations
v  Uranomania:- obsession with the idea of divinity
v  Verbomania:- craze for words
v  Xenomania:-   inordinate attachment to foreign things
v  Zoomania:- insane fondness for animals

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