What does a manic episode in Bipolar Disorder feel like?

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"Some of manic symptoms in Bipolar Disorder are:
1. Fast thoughts
2. Talking very rapidly or excessively
3. High energy, excessive activity, and/or restlessness
4. Increased productivity
5. Flight of ideas
6. Creativity Surge (Things come to life and meaning can be found anywhere especially in numbers)

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1. Limitless (2010)
2. A Beautiful Mind (2001)

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"I quit taking the meds. A week later I saw the neurologist. The tests were inconclusive. From there I was sent to see yet another shrink. I was a mess."

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