In other words, urbanization, globalization, and a hectic pace of the social life do not allow all individuals to adapt to such conditions appropriately.
As a result, many people find themselves unable to cope with the social requirements and to lead a healthy social life.
Besides, the extreme manifestations of mania include the emergence of psychosis and other mental deviations, which make the individuals break with the reality and live in the imaginative world.
Patients who are suffering from mania tend to change their minds quickly as well as their sleeping and eating patterns.
The typical symptoms of mania include rapid speech, impulsivity, irritability, tendency to accept quick and risky decisions, and high working productivity.
Usually, this stage of bipolar disorder is also characterized by the increasing sexuality and unrealistic imaginations about the further professional and social activities (Barnett & Smoller, 2009).
Moreover, a negative social experience, bullying at schools, violence, or abusive and discriminatory actions also result in the emergence of bipolar disorder among adults.
Finally, it should be mentioned that a neurological factor also contributes to the appearance of this disorder.
Bipolar disorder is a mental disease, which is characterized by the sudden and unmotivated changes in the mood of a patient.
Usually, it varies between the manifestations of extreme, overwhelming mood elevation and deep prolonged depressions.