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Old 05-04-2015, 01:22 PM
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It sounds similar to me. I believe the mania is a result of lack of dopamine levels for so long. I believe that mania at the simplest is just a form of energy.

When concussed people--like myself--aren't used to doing things for a while that are pleasurable, then our body adapts, but when we start doing things that are pleasurable again too fast, then our bodies react--craxy, freaking out (aka too much energy that the body is not used to, a fight or flight response kindof)
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