Yes, other stimulant-related disorders include stimulant-induced psychotic disorder, simulant-induced bipolar disorder, stimulant-induced depressive disorder, stimulant-induced anxiety disorder, stimulant-induced obsessive-compulsive disorder, stimulant-induced sleep disorder, and stimulant-induced sexual dysfunction. These stimulant-induced disorders are diagnosed instead of stimulant intoxication or stimulant withdrawal only when the symptoms are sufficiently severe to warrant independent clinical attention.
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