Hypomania meaning

hīpə-mānē-ə, -mānyə
A mood disorder that is milder than mania and marked by symptoms of elevated or agitated mood, especially as a component of bipolar disorder.
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A mild form of mania, specif. of the manic phase of bipolar affective disorder.
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An abnormal psychological state that is similar to but milder than mania, characterized by an elevated or agitated mood and commonly occurring in people with bipolar disorder.
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(medicine) A mild form of mania, especially the phase of several mood disorders characterized by euphoria or hyperactivity.
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Origin of hypomania

  • From hypo- +‎ -mania, after German Hypomanie.

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