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For people with bipolar II, depressive episodes seem to dominate, and periods of mania come in the form of hypomania, which tends to be less severe than the mania seen in bipolar I, according to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH).
People who experience milder manic episodes— called hypomania — can seem energetic and productive, rather than deranged.
Carey was diagnosed with bipolar II, a form of bipolar disorder that involves periods of depression and hypomania.
Episodes of hypomania often include periods of sleeplessness, intense focus and concentration, and increased productivity.
Carey was diagnosed with bipolar II, a less severe of the disorder which is characterized by dramatic mood swings from highs — called hypomania — to lows, or depression.
For people with bipolar I and II, their episodes of depression, mania, or hypomania last at least a week or two.
Meanwhile, my hypomania persisted and became mania.
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