meet less often, than stupefaction, and proceed usually within 1-2 weeks after an injury. Mood is often elevated, euphoric, with talkativeness, carelessness, unproductive arousal. An elevated mood can also be accompanied by lethargy and inactivity. During such periods, consciousness may be somewhat altered, which is why patients do not fully recall the events of these days.
Depressive states are less common than agitation. A reduced mood usually has a tinge of discontent, irritability, gloominess, or is combined with anxiety, fear, and fixation on one's health.