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    A first hand look at exercise and what impedes exercise and what can spur one on to exercise.
    In looking at the life of Christ and the life of Bees, the bipolar individual can similarly live in a miraculous way.
    Learn the secret of getting free from some of life's most destructive patterns..
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    Bipolar disorder is a mental disorder which occurs with two extreme emotions. Patients experience a heightened phase known as “mania” and there are others who have sad, low phase called “depression”. An analysis of the Bipolar disorder causes will help to know the root-cause of the illness
    When the mind is afflicted, the diseases take the form of abnormal behavioral patterns.  One very wide-spread mental disease is bipolar affective disorder.  Almost 1% of the US population suffers from these mental conditions. Statistics reveal that this disorder usually occurs between late adolescence and early adulthood.

     

    Do you know someone who has bipolar disorder? Is someone close to you full of energy and ideas, not sleeping well and gaining weight? Do they seem to be talking like they’re bursting with ideas and can’t seem to pay attention to details? Do they seem to feel extremely listless, irritable and have suicidal thoughts? Then, there is a good chance that this person has a mental illness called bipolar disorder. Do not hit the panic button or cast them out, help is at hand. It can be cured and people have recovered. What’s more, many famous people like Picasso, Michelangelo and even Albert Einstein had it! They’ve all had treatment of bipolar disorder and gone on to be normal and even contributed immensely to the progress of mankind!
    Manic depressive disorder is a type of psychiatric illness that belongs to the category of mood disorders. It is otherwise known as bipolar disorder or cyclothymia. Manic depressive disorder, as the name suggests, is characterized by two alternating moods - mania and depression. Mania refers to the state of mood which makes the individual hyperactive, has very little sleep and yet has high levels of energy, rapid speech which is difficult to follow, inability to focus on one thought, impulsive decisions and actions.
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