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The Symptomatic Impact of Bipolar Disorder on Patients

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Bipolar bodies

The Symptomatic Impact of Bipolar Disorder on Patients.

number of episodes in a year

What is bipolar?

Mania

Emergency resources

Other Resources

finding help

Ted talk about bipolar

Depression

treatments

The amount of episodes expirenced each year is inconsistent and differs between patients. This is how many episodes generally had in a year based on John Hopkins statistics.

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DSM-5bipolarspecifications

988 911

call or text for immediate help

Mania is an "extremely elevated and excitable mood usually associated with bipolar disorder"- Mayo Clinic

What is mania?

Possible Symptoms

Euphoria, inflated ego, heightened concentration, racing thoughts, grandiose delusions, hallucinations, disregard for consequences, anger, irritability, religious inspiration, paranoia, erratic appetite, increased libido, decreased sleep, increased energy, increased social activity, etc.- John Hopkins Health Association

A common desensitized usage of bipolar disorder alludes to having drastic swings from one side of a spectrum to the other. While this can be true about bipolar persons' moods, it is a dangerous stereotype. Bipolar disorder can affect a person's life in every way. This graphic helps explore some more aspects of bipolar disorder.

"The weather is so bipolar today"

"Depression is a common and serious medical illness that negatively affects how you feel, the way you think, and how you act."- psychiatry.org

What is depression?

Possible Symptoms

Loss of pleasure, social withdrawal, poor memory, slowed thinking, indecision, guilt, poor concentration, fatigue, restlessness, headaches, delusion, decreased libido, hypersomnia, insomnia, heightened anxiety, weight changes, thoughts of/self-harm, suicidal ideation

Bipolar Disorder is a mental disability that usually appears in late adolescence and early adulthood although it can develop anytime. Bipolar people experience an array of symptoms but it is primarily categorized as experiencing episodes of depression and hypomania/mania. There are two types of Bipolar Disorder; Bipolar I and Bipolar II. The distinguishing factor between these is if a person experiences hypomania or manic episodes. These specifications can be explained in depth in the DSM-5 linked on the home screen.

The basics