Manic

These are my thoughts as they are happening. I am coming down from a bad manic episode. Feeling extremely drained now. I needed to do the things and say the things and start the things and finish the things. Nausea, headache, super hot like a fever. Pacing and trying to sleep but couldn’t. I’m emotionally and physically exhausted now. I can’t seem to catch my breath still. I took a bath. I read a book. I used lavender oil in my diffuser. I drank a ridiculous amount of water. I took a xanax, which I don’t normally do, and two trazadone, which normally knocks me out. But it’s 12:30 am now and I’m just finally calming enough to lie back down. Hopefully I can get some sleep. It’s been a rough one tonight.



Categories: Addiction, Anxiety, bipolar disorder, Depression, Homeopathic Remedies, Mania, Mental Health, OCD, self-care, Writing

2 replies

  1. 🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤 Take lots of extra special care of yourself today my friend. Mania-hangovers are the worst… In my experience, I always need to take a day to regenerate after a manic/hypomanic stunt before I can begin to clean up any of the messes I created.

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