- Your Grimace May Also be Known as:
Top 2 Grimace Causes
1.Condition Causing Abrupt Change in Behavior and Movement
You should see a physician immediately. Any change in personality this severe should be checked out as soon as possible.
There may be several explanations for this symptom and its severity, but a healthcare professional should make an assessment as soon as possible because it may be serious.
- Top Symptoms:
- abrupt change in behavior/identity
- Hospital emergency room
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2.Mild Bipolar Disorder i
Bipolar disorder, which is sometimes called bipolar affective disorder, is a mental condition where a person's mood swings between two extremes. One extreme is called depression, where people feel low, sad, and blue. The other extreme is called mania, where people feel high, elated, overjoyed, and are full of energy.
You should visit your primary care physician who will coordinate your care with a mental health professional such as a psychiatrist. Bipolar disorder is a serious condition which is treated with prescription medication (usually Lithium).
- Top Symptoms:
- fatigue, irritability, difficulty concentrating, depressed mood, trouble sleeping
- Symptoms that always occur with mild bipolar disorder i:
- periods of feeling very energetic and needing little sleep
- Primary care doctor
Questions Your Doctor May Ask About Grimace
- Q.Do you have trouble sleeping?
- Q.Have you been gagging?
- Q.Are you around cigarette smoke on a frequent (daily or weekly) basis?
- Q.Have you had trouble with sneezing for an extended period of time?
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Grimace Symptom Checker Statistics
People who have experienced grimace have also experienced:
- 25% Hiccups
- 25% Abrupt Change in Behavior / Identity
- 25% Racing Thoughts
People who have experienced grimace were most often matched with:
- 33% Condition Causing Abrupt Change in Behavior and Movement
- 33% Mild Bipolar Disorder i