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Bipolar Disorder. (Manic Depression)

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Bipolar Disorder. (Manic Depression)

Is a mental disorder that brings severe high and low moods and changes in sleep, energy, thinking, and behavior. Individuals with bipolar disorder have periods in which they feel overly happy and energized and other periods of feeling very sad, hopeless, and sluggish. In between those periods, they usually feel normal. 

“Manic” describes the times when someone with bipolar disorder feels overly excited and confident. These feelings can also involve irritability and impulsive or reckless decision-making. About half of people during mania can also have delusions or hallucinations.

” 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. Those symptoms are the same as those described in major depressive disorder or “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.

Bipolar Disorder Types

  • Bipolar I disorder: A victim experiences extreme erratic behavior, with manic “up” periods that last at least a week or are so severe that a victim needs medical care. There are also usually extreme “down” periods that last at least 2 weeks. 
  • Bipolar II disorder: A victim experiences erratic highs and lows, but it isn’t as extreme as bipolar I.
  • Cyclothymic disorder: Involves periods of manic and depressive behavior that last at least 2 years in adults or 1 year in children and teens. The symptoms aren’t as intense as bipolar 1 disorder.

Symptoms Encountered

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

Therapies For This Case

Expert In This Case:

Mayanja Paul

Family Happiness Psychologist

Expert said: Many people assume that once the caregiver ends, the stress of having to provide direct care will disappear. However, the researchers found that even after the husband or wife had dementia for three years.

Mode Of Treatment

Bipolar disorder can be treated. It’s a long-term condition that needs ongoing care. Many complementary medicines and alternative therapies are proposed to deal with depression. Some methods have been tested in scientific clinical trials, but many have not yet been tested. The following is an overview of some common therapies:

Exercise: Exercise has been shown to reduce the impact of depression. Walking three times a week for 30 to 45 minutes was associated with a reduction or improvement in depressive symptoms.Stay on a schedule for eating and sleeping.

Mind-Physical Technique: More and more research shows that our thoughts, beliefs, and emotions can have a direct impact on our health, and our physical health. can affect mental health. Your mind and body are linked

Psychotherapy. Different types of talk therapy can help solve the disorder.

Treatment Results

Bipolar disorder can make you feel exhausted, helpless, and hopeless. Such negative thoughts and feelings can make some people feel like giving up. It is important to recognize that these negative views are part of depression and may not accurately reflect the situation. The following are guidelines that follow the recommendations of the Institute of Health.

Customer Reviews After Treatment

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Nandala Mafabi-


“ Paul is a well-established psychologist and delivers a very professional service. As a skilled therapist David brings not only depth, warmth and wisdom to his practice, she also has a sense of humour and very charm, that invites trust and ease to her clients. Dr Marina Husban has an awful lot of client that can testify to her success”

Case Studies Detail

Clients: Nandala Musa
Expert Receipt Case: Mayanja Paul
Symptoms Encountered: Feelings of hopelessness or worthlessness
Treatment Time: 2 Months
Resuilt: Successful Treatment
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