Symptoms under control may reappear, or worsen. New symptoms may occur. Some of these are:
Restlessness, fear, complaints of difficulties in concentration.
Changes in sleep pattern leading to sleeplessness.
Changes in behaviour - patient becomes irritable and quarrelsome.
Changes in mood - talks or laughs to himself, more frequently.
Refuses to take medicines / food.
Becomes quite excited / agitated / disturbed / depressed.
Evidence of a change in behaviour: Eg: unusual mannerisms.
Deteriorating personal hygiene (refusal to brush teeth, shave, groom the hair, etc.)
Remaining in bed for long periods.
Refusal to co operate in all matters (household activities / going to work etc.)
Withdrawal from the company of friends and relatives, starts brooding.
Wanders away from home.
Expresses suicidal thoughts and ideas.