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Bipolar

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on 26 November 2013

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Transcript of Bipolar

Bipolar :):
Symptoms
Stages and States
Mixed State: symptoms occur together
Rapid Cycling: symptoms occur right after each other
Causes
No actual cause but some factors can trigger bipolar episodes:
Biological differences
Neurotransmitters
Hormones
Inherited traits
Environment
What is bipolar?
Manic Depressive Disorder
Mood Swings
- 2 Episodes: Manic and Depressive
Can happen few times a year or several times a day
Between ages of 15-25
Two Types Bi-Polar I and II
No actual Cause
High risk of suicidal & abusive alcohol
Manic Phase
Depressive Phase
Sadness
Difficult concentrating
Lack of energy
Thoughts of death or suicide
Separating away from friends
Bipolar I
Difficulty in work,school, relationships
Manic episodes are severe
Lack depressive state
Mixed states
Bipolar II
Less severe than bipolar I
Normal daily routine
Hypomania
Depression states last longer
Easily distracted
Little need for sleep
Poor temper control
Very involved in activities
Feel like they can accomplish anything
Other Symptoms
Seasonal Changes
Psychosis
Conditions
Anxiety Disorder
ADHD
Addiction or substance abuse
Physical health problems
Diagnosed
Treatments
Basic Tests
; Physical,Lab, Psychological evaluation, and mood charting
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Must meet criteria in Diagnostic and statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders (DSM) by American Psychiatric Association

Bipolar I: At least one manic or mixed episode
Bipolar II: At least one major depressive episode
or one hypomanic episode
Criteria for manic, depressive, & hypomanic:
- At least three or more symptoms
-Lasting about four days to a week
-Effecting normal lifestyle
Lifelong treatment
Medications ( Lithium)
Individual
Family
Psychological counseling ( Cognitive behavioral)
Support Groups
Others:
Transcranial magnetic stimulation
Hospitalization
Electroconvulsive therapy

Treatments on your own:
No drinking
Regular exercise
Plenty of sleep
Away from negative realtionships
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