Mania

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Mania

  1. 1. MANIA Presenter –Neha Shrivastava
  2. 2. DefinitionAn abnormally elevated mood statecharacterized by such symptoms as• Inappropriate elation,• Increased irritability• Severe insomnia,• Grandiose notions,• Increased speed or volume of speech• Disconnected & racing thoughts• Increased sexual activity level• Poor judgment and appropriate social behavior
  3. 3. HYPOMANIA• Lesser degree of mania• Mild elevation of mood• Increased sense of psychological well being and happiness , not keeping with ongoing events.
  4. 4. PREDISPOSING FACTORS• Biological theories• Psychosocial theories• The transactional model
  5. 5. BIOLOGICAL THEORIES• Genetics• Biochemical influences Biogenic amines electrolytes• Physiological influences Brain lesions Medication side effects
  6. 6. PSYCHOSOCIAL THEORIES• Importance declined• Mania is viewed as disease of brain with biological etiologies
  7. 7. TRANSACTIONAL MODEL PRECIPITATING FACTORS FAMILY HISTORY OF MANIA PAST EPISODE OF MANIA POSSIBLE ELECROLYTE IMBALANCE POSSIBLE CEREBRAL LESIONS POSSIBLE MEDICATION SIDE EFFECTS COGNITIVE APPRAISAL PRIMARY-THREAT TO LOSS OF SELF ESTEEM SECONDARY-INABILITY TO USE COPING MECHANISMS QUALITY OF RESPONSE ADAPTIVE MALADAPTIVE UNCOMPLICATED DENIAL OF DEPRESSION BEREAVEMENT SYMPTOMS OF MANIA
  8. 8. CLINICAL FEATURESThe underlined characteristics are:-• Elevated mood• An increase in quantity & speed of physical & mental activity
  9. 9. AFFECTIVE SYMPTOMS• Elevated mood: it has 4 stages depending on severity of manic episodes• EUPHORIA (stage-I) : increased sense of psychological well being & happiness not in keeping with ongoing events• ELATION (stage-II) : moderate elevation of mood with increased psychomotor activity• EXALTATION (stage-III) : intense elation of mood with Delusions of Grandeur.• ECSTASY (stage-IV) : severe elevation of mood , intense sense of rapture or blissfullness seen in delirious or stuporous mania
  10. 10. AFFECTIVE SYMPTOMS• Elevated mood• Expensiveness• Humorousness• Inflated self esteem• Intolerance of criticism• Lack of shame or guilt• Sometimes irritable mood is predominant• May shift from Euphoria to Depression or Anger
  11. 11. BEHAVIORAL SYMPTOMS• Aggressiveness• Grandiose acts• Hyperactivity• Increased motor activity• Irresponsibility• Irritability• Argumentativeness
  12. 12. BEHAVIORAL SYMPTOMS contd…• Poor personal grooming• Provocativeness• Increased social activity• Dressed up in gaudy or flamboyant clothes• Sexual hyperactivity
  13. 13. COGNITIVE SYMPTOMS• Ambitiousness• Denial of realistic danger• Easily distracted• Flight of ideas• Uses playful language• Speaks loudly• Delusions of grandeur• Delusion of persecution• Lack of judgment• Distractibility
  14. 14. PHYSIOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS• Dehydration• Inadequate nutrition (due to over-activity)• Little need of sleep• Weight loss
  15. 15. CLASSIFICATION• By ICD-10• F-30 = manic episode
  16. 16. DIAGNOSIS• ICD-10• Psychological tests as Young mania Rating Scale• MSE
  17. 17. MENTAL STATUS EXAMINATION• GENERAL APPEARANCE & BEHAVIOR:-• Psychomotor agitation ; sitting still is difficult• may wear clothes that reflect elevated mood---brightly colored clothes, flamboyant, attention- getting, Pressured speech• Interrupts and cannot listen to others
  18. 18. Mood & affect• Euphoric, grandiosity, and false sense of well-being.• Mood is quite labile.
  19. 19. Thought process and content• flight of ideas• Cannot connect concepts and jump from one subject to another• Circumstantiality and Tangentiality• Do not consider risks or personal experience, abilities or resources.• Some experience psychotic features– grandiose delusions
  20. 20. Sensorium and intellectual processes• Oriented to person and place but rarely to time• Intellectual function is difficult to assess during the manic phase• Claims to have many abilities that they do not possess• Impaired ability to concentrate or pay attention• If psychotic—may experience hallucination
  21. 21. Judgment and insight• Easily angered and irritated• Impulsive and rarely think before acting or speaking• Insight is limited---believes they are ―fine‖ and have no problems• Blames any difficulties on others
  22. 22. Self-concept• Exaggerated self-esteem—believes they can accomplish anything• A false sense of well being
  23. 23. Roles and Relationships• Rarely can fulfill role & responsibilities.• Have trouble at work or school--- too distracted and hyperactive to pay attention to children or ADLs.• Begins many tasks or projects but completes few.
  24. 24. Physiologic and self-care considerations• Can go days w/o sleep or food and not even realize they are hungry or tired• Unwilling to stop or unable to rest or sleep• Ignores personal hygiene• destroy valued items• May physically injure themselves• Tend to ignore or be unaware of health needs
  25. 25. TREATMENT• Pharmacotherapy• Electro-convulsive therapy• Psychological treatment
  26. 26. PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY• MOOD STABILIZERS• Antimanic - Lithium• Anticonvulsant - clonazepam, valproic acid• Calcium channel blocker - verapamil• ANTIPSYCHOTICS• Olanzapine, Risperidone, Quetiapine Chlorpromazine, Haloperidol• SEDTIVES/HYPNOTICS• benzodiazepines
  27. 27. NURSING MANAGEMENT• ASSESSMENT :-• Severity of disorder.• Knowing the causes.• Resources available.• Judging the effect of patient’s behavior on other people.• MSE
  28. 28. Nursing Diagnosis• Risk for injury related to extreme hyperactivity• Risk for violence r/t manic excitement• Imbalanced nutrition less than body requirement related to refusal• Impaired social interaction r/t egocentric behaviour

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