how can i get pofe that i have bipolar disorder and depression and so i get my money and i was...
told i have them both can you help me
(go see your health care professional)
Manic-depressive illness is another term for bipolar disorder.
It is important to seek treatment for bipolar disorder as soon as possible. If you do not treat the condition promptly, your symptoms may become worse and put you at risk of harm.
You need to work with a doctor to find the best treatment options. -Symptoms vary from person to person in terms of severity and duration. Tell your health care professional about all prescription and over-the-counter medications you are taking or plan to take. It's important that you go see a health care professional for Medicines to treat migraines or mood disorders, to avoid a potentially life-threatening condition--
Patients might feel strong feelings of anger, sadness, guilt, and hopelessness followed by extreme periods of happiness. Patients might begin to behave strangely or out of character. The disorder can affect you and everyone around you: your friends, family, coworkers, and peers. With treatment, a normal life is possible-
Bipolar disorder can cause severe social problems, you might be unable to carry out day-to-day tasks, maintain relationships, or hold a job. While suffering from an episode, Mood swings are unpredictable; Most commonly, symptoms begin in adolescence and young adulthood. Bipolar disorder is a problem in brain that causes frequent shifts in mood, energy, and activity levels...You might notice that these emotions are becoming worse over time, and you might be having trouble managing your life.
no single cause of depression has been identified, it appears that interaction among genetic, biochemical, environmental, and psychosocial factors Traumatic events, may play a role.
"the disorder is believed to be associated with changes to levels of chemicals in the brain such as serotonin and norepinephrine"
Depression and psychiatric disorders are themselves associated with increases in the risk of suicide.
This disease can affect teens, men, women, and children of all ages, races, and economic levels.
- recognition and early treatment are important.
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Official Site Information on a Treatment for Bipolar Disorder.
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