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Bipolar Disorder.


Types of Bipolar Disorder 

A victim experiences extremely erratic behavior, with manic “up” periods that last at least a week or are so severe that a victim needs medical care. 

  • A victim experiences erratic highs and lows, but it isn’t as extreme as bipolar I.

Involves periods of manic and depressive behavior that last at least 2 years in adults or 1 year in children and teens

Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression)

This is a condition characterized by severe shifts in a person’s mood and energy, making it difficult for the person to function. “Manic” describes the times when someone with bipolar disorder feels overly excited and confident. 

” Hypomania” describes milder symptoms of mania, in which someone does not have delusions or hallucinations, and their high symptoms do not interfere with their everyday life.

“Depressive” describes the times when a person feels very sad or depressed.  “clinical depression,” a condition in which someone never has manic or hypomanic episodes. Most people with bipolar disorder spend more time with depressive symptoms than manic or hypomanic symptoms.

Symptoms Encountered

Symptoms of depressive periods (“the lows”)
Symptoms of mania (“the highs”

Causes of Bipolar Disorder

There is no single clear cause of bipolar disorder. It can be a matter of genetics, high stress or trauma, drug or alcohol abuse, certain health conditions, etc.

During the therapy sessions, the therapist will understand your symptoms and help you learn coping techniques. You can tell the therapist what you’d like to work on, and he/she will develop a way for you to gain the skills you need to live a good quality of life.

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Bipolar Disorder Risk factors

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