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  1. Rather, it is a sign of bipolar disorder (aka manic-depressive psychosis).

    This condition is characterized by jumps between depressive and manic episodes.

    During mania, a person feels a great surge of energy, he has an excited mood, insomnia, pulls on unprecedented “feats”. Often there is an accelerated speech, jumping from one thought to another, etc.

    Although, perhaps, with schizophrenia, there are also defects in speech. In patients, it is often inconsistent due to illogical thinking and difficulty concentrating. They often move from one topic to another, talk incoherently, come up with their own fancy words and phrases (neologisms), repeat the same words and sentences.

    In neurology and psychiatry, this is probably a common symptom. But the experts know better, and I'm just passing by.

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