Mania normally occurs as an indication of bipolar disorder (a mood confusion described by both manic and depressive events). Mania is an abnormally of the mental condition, usually described by feelings of excitement, lack of self-consciousness, racing views, reduced requirement for sleep, talkativeness, risk taking, and bad temper. In severe cases, mania can encourage hallucinations and other psychotic warning signs.
Mania can be encouraged by the use or misuse of refreshment drugs like cocaine and amphetamines. It is also the prime feature of bipolar disorder, or manic depression, an emotional mental sickness that causes drastic emotional transformation and mood swings.