Bipolar Disorder Articles and Stories

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    A bipolar disorder is a manifestation of a malfunction of one key region of the brain.  When there is an external circumstance that triggers these defective regions of the brain, the person behaves abnormally.  The person begins to show different phases of mood swings between mania and depression. So, this cycle of mood episodes is called bipolar rapid cycling by experts.

    Bipolar disorders are characterized by mood swings that can affect any person at any time.  The person would feel sudden, unprecedented outbursts of mania, elation or euphoria.  Sometimes, one could also feel outbursts of aggression, rage or violence which he cannot explain even if he is normal.  All these emotional outbursts are beyond the control of the individual. 

    Being Bipolar

    Being bipolar can be an experience that is unique to you. There may-be people you know who have it or there may-be family who are supportive of you, but no one truly knows what it is exactly. Being bipolar is talking a mile a minute and having people try to hear you out or sometimes walk away. Being bipolar is feeling on top of the world one minute and hitting rock bottom the next and having to know and deal with it on your own. Being bipolar is sleeping very little and having all the energy in the world. It does not make you less smart or less creative or less capable than anyone else. If you choose to deal with it, know you have a problem, educate yourself about the problem and get help, you can beat it.

     

    bipolar mood disorder research. They are working on establishing the neural and biological mechanisms that cause mood disorders.  At these research stations, intensive care is combined with the new discoveries to help chronic patients with bipolar disorders
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