4 Oct 2022

An illness marked by episodes of mood swings that range from manic highs to depressive lows
Although the precise origin of bipolar disease is unknown, a mix of genetics, environment, and altered brain chemistry may contribute.
Although treatment can be helpful, this condition cannot be cured.
Chronic: lasting for a long time or forever
needs to be diagnosed by a doctor
Imaging or lab testing are not necessary.
Needs a medical diagnosis
High energy levels, a decreased need for sleep, and a loss of reality are all signs of manic episodes. Low energy, low motivation, and a loss of interest in daily tasks are all possible indicators of depressive episodes. Mood swings can linger for days to months at a time and are sometimes accompanied by suicidal thoughts.
feeling depressed, hopeless, or angry most of the time.
lack of vigor
a hard time focusing and remembering things.
a decline in interest in routine activity
having a hollow or meaningless feeling.
Guilt and hopelessness are present.
having a negative attitude toward everything.


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