There is no cure for bipolar disorder at this time – at least that's what the doctors will tell you.  However, I'm going to tell you how to cure your own bipolar disorder, in as much as you are capable of doing it until they catch up with you and your methods, as taught in this article.I'm not going to lie to you or scam you like those "miracle cure" advertisements on the Internet.  The truth is that, although there is no cure for bipolar disorder yet, there is treatment for it.  Treatment consists mainly of medication and therapy.  I believe that without these two things, none of the other techniques I will talk about in this article will help you in any way; so first of all, be sure that you are taking your medication and seeing a good psychiatrist and therapist to get the best treatment possible.There are other things that you can do, though, to help get yourself as close to a "cure" as possible, until research and the medical profession catch up to you.One very important, but highly overlooked, thing you can do is keep a good sleep schedule.  This is so important because lack of sleep (or a disrupted sleep schedule) is one of the most common triggers to a bipolar manic episode.  You should be going to sleep at the same time every night and waking up at the same time every morning, and you should be getting eight to nine uninterrupted hours of sleep every night.Another thing you need to do for yourself is to keep your stress and anxiety levels to as great a manageable level as you can.  The more you can do that, the closer your "emotional self" will be to a cure.  There are several ways to do this.  Consider the following examples:One way to lower your stress level is to meditate or to pray.  I'm not advocating any specific religion here, or promising that a Higher Power will cure you of your bipolar disorder.  What I am saying is that many people with the disorder have found that some type of spiritual practice has helped to lower their stress and anxiety levels.Another way to lower your stress level is to practice relaxation exercises.  The easiest one is to take deep breaths to the count of five.  Take a deep breath in through your nose to the count of five, hold for the count of five, and breathe out your mouth to the count of five.  Repeat this five times.  The reason this is so easy is that it is all "fives," and therefore easy to remember.  You should be relaxed after the fifth time, but if you are not, you can repeat the exercise.The greatest "cure" you can do for yourself is to be balanced.  You must be balanced physically, mentally/emotionally, spiritually and financially.  Imagine it as a table with four legs.  If all four legs are balanced, the chair is upright; however, if one leg is out of balance, the whole chair is out of balance.If I could, I would give you a magic pill to take and instantly cure you of your bipolar disorder.  If I could sit on the shoulders of the researchers, I would force them to devote 24 hours a day to a cure for the disorder, but I can't do that, either.  Unfortunately, until an actual medical cure is discovered, you must do whatever you can do to be your own cure for bipolar disorder.