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What is bipolar disorder?
This bipolar disorder test can you help determine whether you have hypomania or mania. It has 8 items and takes 2 minutes on average to complete. According the test results you can assess severity of hypomanic or manic symptoms.
BIPOLAR DISORDER TEST
Bipolar mania screening scale
This test is a screening scale for hippomania or mania. According your test results you can decide if you need to see a mental health professional to further discuss diagnosis and treatment of bipolar disorder. If you undergo treatment, you can use the bipolar test weekly to track your condition and assess effectiveness of the treatment.
The questions below refer to how you have felt during the
. For each question, indicate the answer that the closest your condition.
1. Do you feel more energetic than usual?
No, I need as much rest as usual
Sometimes I feel a bit more energetic than usual
I often feel more enthusiastic and more energetic than I used to be
Most of the time I feel enthusiastic and much more energetic than usual
I feel very enthusiastic and full of energy all day long
2. Do you feel happier than you usually used to be?
No, my mood is as it usually used to be
Occasionally I feel a bit more cheerful than usual
I often feel elated and much more cheerful than I usually used to be
Most of the time I feel elated and much more cheerful than I usually used to be
I feel joyful and very happy all day long
3. Have you been more irritable than you used to be?
Not at all
Sometimes I feel that I’m a bit more irritable than usual
I have often been more irritable than usual
Most of the time I have been much more irritable than I usually am
I have persistently been much more irritable than usual
4. How would you best describe your sleeping patterns?
My sleep pattern is as it used to be
Occasionally I sleep less than usual, but I don’t feel tired
I feel that I need much less sleep and still feel fresh and agile
I sleep no more than a couple of hours a day, but it does not affect me at all
I stay awake all day long and go on with my activities having not even a slight sign of fatigue
5. Is your mind sharper and quicker than usual?
No, my thinking is just as it used to be
Occasionally I feel that my mind is a bit sharper and quicker than it used to be
My mind is significantly sharper and quicker than it used to be
My mind is much sharper and quicker than it used to be
My mind is a continuous rapid stream of great ideas
6. How would you describe your talking?
My talking pattern is exactly as it used to be
Occasionally when I’m excited I talk more and quicker than I usually do
Quite often I talk more and quicker than I usually do
I talk a great deal more and quicker than I usually do
I talk so fast that no one can either follow what I am saying or interrupt me
7. How would you assess your recent activity level?
My activity level is as it used be
I’m slightly more active than I used to be
My activity level is significantly higher than it used to be
My activity level is much higher than it used to be
I’m constantly engaged in some activity all day long
8. Has your sexual drive changed recently?
No, my sexual drive is as it used to be
My sexual drive is slightly higher than usual
My sexual drive is significantly higher than usual
My sexual drive is much higher than usual
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