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Akathisia & Mania -as defined below- can lead to suicidal, aggressive and/or homicidal behaviours.
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Akathisia Akathisia is a neurologically driven agitation ranging from mild leg tapping, feeling
"caffeinated" to severe panic, an extreme manic state and hyper-sensitivity of the nervous system. Symptoms:
motor restlessness and specifically, a feeling of muscular quivering; one of the possible complications of treatment
with the phenothiazines. Often, the symptoms is of such intensity that it becomes impossible for the patients to
sit still day or night, and which is described by them as more difficult to endure than any of the symptoms for which
they had been originally treated. Acquaintance with this symptom of akathisia, which often persists for a considerable
time after the drug has been withdrawn, is important because it is sometimes mistaken for an agitated depression and
Source: Psychiatric Dictionary, Fifth Edition, Oxford University Press, 1981
Mania Mania is an abnormally elated mental state, typically characterized by feelings of euphoria,
lack of inhibitions, racing thoughts, diminished need for sleep, talkativeness, risk taking, and irritability. In extreme
cases, mania can induce hallucinations and other psychotic symptoms. Hypomania is a term applied to a
condition resembling mania. It is characterized by persistent or elevated expansive mood, hyperactivity, inflated self
esteem, etc., but of less intensity than mania. Severe mania may have psychotic features.
Source: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
Medical reports, side-effects: AKATHISIA, MANIA, RESTLESSNESS & RESTLESS LEGS SYNDROME