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Mood Disorders Project

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Casey Marazita

on 19 September 2014

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Transcript of Mood Disorders Project

Abuse
Genetics
Chemical Imbalance
Traumatic Experiences
Depression/SAD Symptoms
Depression Causes
Bipolar Disorder Causes
Genetics
Chemical Imbalance (Neurotransmitters)
Hormones
Seasonal Affectation Disorder (SAD) Causes
Circadian Rhythm
Drop in Serotonin
Melatonin Imbalance
Treatment
Loss of Interest
Depressed Mood
Feeling of Sadness or Emptiness
Mood Swings
Appetite Change
Difficulty Concentrating
Lack of Motivation
Suicidal Thoughts
Bipolar Symptoms
Manic Episode
Euphoria
Racing Thoughts/Speech
Increased Behaviors
Depressive Episode
Anxiety
Hopelessness
Loss of Interest
Suicidal Thoughts/Behaviors
Medications
Psychotherapy
Hospitalization
Lifestyle/Home Remedies
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)
Light Therapy (Phototherapy)
Impact of Bipolar Disorder
Drug/Alcohol Abuse
Relationship Problems
Isolation
Poor Work/School Performance
Suicidal Thoughts
Weight Gain
Substance Abuse
Anxiety
Social Conflicts
Decreased School/Work Performance
Suicidal Thoughts
Self-Mutilation
Mood Disorders
Works Cited
www.mayoclinic.org
Depression/SAD Impact
http://afsp.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=account.profile
Suicide Prevention

By: Casey Marazita, Kyle Marlin, and Rob Moores
Ways to start a conversation about suicide:

I have been feeling concerned about you lately.
Recently, I have noticed some differences in you and wondered how you are doing.
I wanted to check in with you because you haven’t seemed yourself lately.
Questions you can ask:

When did you begin feeling like this?
Did something happen that made you start feeling this way?
How can I best support you right now?
Have you thought about getting help?
What you can say that helps:

You are not alone in this. I’m here for you.
You may not believe it now, but the way you’re feeling will change.
I may not be able to understand exactly how you feel, but I care about you and want to help.
When you want to give up, tell yourself you will hold off for just one more day, hour, minute—whatever you can manage.
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