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Terrell Barber

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Tremaine Barber

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Anti psychotic
Reduces or improves the symptoms of certain psychiatric conditions.
Common drugs
Prescription needed
Prescription needed
Prescription needed
Prescription needed
Prescription needed
Prescription needed
Selective Serotonin Re uptake Inhibitor (SSRI)
Eases symptoms of depressed mood and anxiety.
Common drugs
Prescription needed
Prevents or controls seizures, relieves pain, and treats symptoms of certain psychiatric disorders.
Common drugs
Prescription needed
Prescription needed
Supportive care
Psychiatrist, Clinical psychologist, and Primary care provider
Supportive care
A higher level of care whereby patients are closely monitored and may be given medications that would not be available at home.
Support group
A forum for counseling and sharing experiences among people with a similar condition or goal, such as depression or weight loss.
Cognitive behavioral therapy
A talk therapy focused on modifying negative thoughts, behaviors, and emotional responses associated with psychological distress.
Psycho education
Education about mental health that also serves to support, validate, and empower patients.
Family therapy
Psychological counseling that helps families resolve conflicts and communicate more effectively.
Treatment of mental or behavioral disorders through talk therapy.
People may experience:
Mood: mood swings, sadness, elevated mood, anger, anxiety, apathy, apprehension, euphoria, general discontent, guilt, hopelessness, loss of interest, or loss of interest or pleasure in activities
Behavioral: irritability, disorganized behavior, aggression, agitation, crying, excess desire for sex, hyperactivity, impulsive, restlessness, or self-harm
Cognitive: unwanted thoughts, delusion, lack of concentration, racing thoughts, or slowness in activity
Psychological: depression, manic episode, agitated depression, or paranoia
Sleep: difficulty falling asleep or excess sleepiness
Weight: weight gain or weight loss
Also common: risky behavior, false belief of superiority, fatigue, or rapid and frenzied speaking
Terrell Barber
Pictures of bipolar disorders
Bipolar Disorder
hour 2
Specialists for bipolar disorders

Treats mental disorders primarily with medications.
Clinical psychologist
Treats mental disorders primarily with talk therapy.
Primary care provider (PCP)
Prevents, diagnoses, and treats diseases.
Ages it effect
0-2 Never
3-5 Very rare
6-13 Rare
14-18 Very common
19-40 Very common
41-60 Very common
60+ Common

Bipolar disorder is a chronic mental illness that causes dramatic shifts in a person's mood, energy and ability to think clearly. People with bipolar have high and low moods, known as mania and depression, which differ from the typical ups and downs most people experience.
The year bipolar disorder was discovered
Centuries passed and some new was discovered about bipolar disorder until French psychiatrist Jean-Pierre Falret published an article in 1851 describing what he called “la folie circulaire,” which translates to circular insanity.
In the 1800's, bipolar was known as manic depression, a term invented by German psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin. In 1953, another German psychiatrist, Karl Kleist coined the term “bipolar.” Other psychiatrists have attempted to describe it, including Kleis' student, Karl Leonhard.
Resources for bipolar disorders
Information about Depression & Bipolar Disorder. ...
Wellness Tools. ...
DBSA Support Groups. ...
Active Research Studies. ...
Mood Disorders Screening Center. ...
Courses. ...
Bipolar Disorders
Hormonal problems - hormonal imbalances might trigger or cause bipolar disorder. Environmental factors - abuse, mental stress, a "significant loss," or some other traumatic event may contribute to bipolar disorder risk.
Bipolar Disorder
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