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Introduction to Bipolar Maniac Depression and Tips to Handle and Overcome Depression

Updated on February 3, 2014

Introduction Bipolar Maniac Depression

Sometimes very happy, other times very sad. Are you in such a mental dilemma…? Beware; it might be signs of a depression disorder called ‘Bipolar Maniac Depression’. Like cold affects our body, ‘Bipolar Maniac depression is a disease that suddenly affects our mind. This mental problem is a movement between two ends of which one is sadness & other is joy. There are a lot many problems that arise if we do not recognize this disorder. Even though this affects men also, this mental condition is more common in women, mostly housewives.

People who have this mental condition will go to the extreme end of happiness or sadness. This will dangerously affect normal life & lead one to follow a wrong lifestyle.

What is Bipolar Maniac Depression ?

Minds of those who are affected by ‘bipolar maniac depression’ will be like deer’s jumping among trees. Their minds will keep on wandering without concentrating on one area. For several weeks they will have severe sadness, then for several days they will experience extreme happiness, then again sadness. Like this those who suffer from ‘Bipolar Maniac Depression ‘have a graph which moves up & down. Emotions like happiness, sorrow, anger, anxiety, sadness etc are human. These emotions will keep on increasing & decreasing for a person suffering from mental disorder. A person who is mentally healthy does not become a slave to any of these emotions.

But, if a person is controlled by negative thoughts like sadness ,anxiety, anger, other emotions like happiness, energy obtained from such happiness,overconfidence, pride etc and if they tend to express such emotions continuously ,psychiatrists come to the conclusion that these people suffer from ‘Bipolar maniac depression’.

Those who express over happiness & unnatural excitement for even the smallest of things could be those who suffer from bipolar maniac depression. Like these people will suddenly become uncontrollably angry at slightest of matters.

Whatever emotion they express, it will at the extreme; this is a symptom of this disorder. It will vary from person to person.

What is the Treatment for Bipolar?

The solution is to take medicines under the guidance of a psychiatrist. Doctors give the medicine used for fits for those who suffer from bipolar maniac depression. Even if the person becomes normal after taking medicine, one has to continue taking the medicine.

Another method of treatment is cognitive balance therapy. This should be done under the guidance of a psychologist.

There are combination therapy treatment methods where in you take medicine as well as undergo mental treatment.

What are the Symptoms of Bipolar Maniac Depression

Those who suffer from ‘Bipolar maniac depression’ are those who are helpless, hopeless & workless. Those who suffer from Bipolar maniac depression express emotions similar to those who suffer from depression ,like they are not interested in anything, tiredness, likes to sit simply, sleeplessness, likes to be alone, runs away from responsibilities, sees all things in a negative manner etc

Can a person get freedom from this disease on his own?

This can be done up to a certain level is what pschychologists believe. For this, we have to find what the root cause of the problem is & find a solution to that. For e.g. Let’s take an example of a person who gets bipolar maniac depression worrying about what will happen to his wealth after his death. Make that person understand that money or wealth is not the most important thing in this world. If he is made to realize the reality of his wealth, it is possible to bring him back to normalcy. Like this we have to find out what is the root cause of a problem & devise a solution accordingly.

We have to develop positive thinking in his/her mind. We have to create a mindset so that the person can love others & handle their problems with empathy. Reading, writing, letter writing, helping others in any way possible, involving in community problems, realizing that even though those whom we love do not love us there are others to do so, helping the poor, knowing that our personality is not lost if just one person criticizes us….like that there are many ways one can adopt by sitting at home only to overcome the disorder.

Those who have bipolar maniac depression will have personality issues. Doubts will be present during this disorder. Negative thoughts will be always gnawing their minds. They will fall into unhealthy relationships. It has been found out that ‘Bipolar maniac depression’ is the reason behind many family problems reaching the clinics & family courts.

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    • LensMan999 profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from Trans-Neptunian region

      My dear followers , as person who observing peoples with bipolar, i have few experience in this field .and i 'm not a medical practitioner .

      And in different countries the situation is different .In my location Bipolar is a disorder far more commonly found in women...not men

      Thanks for your comments and feedback, i will modify the hub accordingly

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      Nancy Yager 

      5 years ago from Hamburg, New York

      I loved your hub. Thank you for explaining it to us in simple terms. I really appreciate the information.

    • fpherj48 profile image


      5 years ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

      Lensman999......I have just read your hub from start to finish....twice. I feel compelled and professionally obligated to advise you, to heavily edit this hub after doing some valid, substantiated research. 1st of all the term is MANIC.....NOT Maniac!

      Please understand I would not suggest this, except for the fact that Bipolar is a serious mental issue and anyone who suffers with this, deserves nothing but the most accurate data on this illness.

      Anyone who may be dealing with symptoms but have yet to be diagnosed, are in need of fully explained, clear cut symptoms, which may or may not lead to a diagnosis of Bipolar disorder.

      I regret to tell you that your terminology and descriptions of this disorder are about as inaccurate and misinforming as can possibly be.

      Whatever sources you gained your information from, are either quite unprofessional & misdirected or perhaps you simply misunderstood the content and context. This is always possible for laymen.

      Regardless, it would be most appropriate for you to correct/edit this hub or even delete it entirely. FYI....Bipolar is a disorder far more commonly found in MEN...not women..., but for both, it is most often diagnosed during mid to late teens....(not "housewives" ?)....Most importantly, people with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder are quite "NORMAL." They do not alter between states of normal and/or abnormal. They experience varying degrees, for periods of time, ranging from depression to mania, but are quite aware of their capacities. I will go no further than to say that I hope, for the sake of validity, you will comply with my suggestion.

      I hope you can understand my sincere concerns. Thank you.

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      5 years ago from Here, There, and Everywhere. USA

      I must say, as a person who has Bipolar I, that this Hub is very disappointing. Bipolar does not lead to living the wrong kind of life or ending up in family court because of it. Many people with Bipolar disorder are often undiagnosed, or misdiagnosed as simply depressed, because they are unlikely to seek help during the manic or hypomanic episodes.

      I am happy that someone decided to tackle this topic, but I wonder what your qualifications are for writing a Hub on this topic. Are you someone who has Bipolar Disorder, or a medical professional who has treated patients with Bipolar? If not, you may want to stick to topics you are well educated on so as not to present misinformation to others who may be looking to your Hub for real answers to a very real medical condition.


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