What are the three stages of mania? Name three defining characteristics of each stage.
1. Hypomania: increased libido, extroversion, increased distractability (others include loudness, laughing a lot, lacking depth of personality, flightiness, being very cheerful)
2. Acute Hypomania: being extremely "high on life", emotionally labile, pressured speech (others include racing thoughts, poor attention span, grandiose delusions, decreased sleep, excessive spending, auditory or visual hallucinations of music, hyper-sexuality, and poor hygiene)
3. Delirious Mania: sleep deprivation, disorientation and confusion, extreme lability of mood