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Slide 1: Describing A Bipolar Disorder Episode And Symptoms Emotions have their ups and downs. It is normal for everybody to feel. But for an individual affected by a bipolar disorder, these highs and lows can turn out to be very extreme and hinder every day activities. There are times that the situation also grows to become dangerous. An individual can't work because of feeling so depressed. Then the next day, this individual feels great, filled with creativity and limitless energy. Nonetheless, some people can misinterpret such actions as being reckless and uncontrollable. A bipolar disorder might be unpredictable and confusing. This medical condition is also chronic. Never feel embarrassed if you are affected with this type of disorder. Learning all about it is useful to handle such medical illness successfully. A bipolar disorder impacts the power of a person to feel varied moods in a normal range. Manic depression is another term for bipolar disorder. Bipolar is used to explain two extremes or poles. People affected by this severe medical condition have mood alterations ranging from an extremely low (depression) to an especially high (mania). The perfect picture to describe such condition is the globe. The globe is divided into the North and South Pole. The mania could be the North Pole and the depression could be the South Pole. If a person experiences the symptoms of either pole for a definite duration of time, then she or he is experiencing an episode. These episodes must be thoroughly discussed with a healthcare provider. There are episodes associated with bipolar disorder in line with the APA (American Psychiatric Association). 1. Depression. Generally, a person can feel extremely sad for a prolonged period of time. It is not possible for him or her to eat or leave his or her bed. The issues which he or she enjoys to do seem very difficult. 2. Mania. This is the opposite pole of a bipolar disorder. It may start with a high or good feeling. However after a while an individual can feel very indignant and irritable. Doing risky things is quite normal in this situation. 3. Hypomania. In comparison with mania, this type of episode is only mild. An individual may feel very good thinking that more things are getting done. However after some time, his or her temper adjusts to a full-blown depression or mania. 4. Mixed mood or mixed episode. The feelings of depression and mania can have an effect on a person many occasions during the day. These episodes can put a person at risk for committing suicide. Experiencing mania or depression for greater than 4 episodes within a year is named rapid-cycling. There are totally different symptoms for
Slide 2: both poles of a bipolar disorder. The mania symptoms include increased levels of vitality, lower needs for sleep, simply distracted, mind jumps, racing thoughts, more talkative, more assured, focus on doing things but accomplishes only little, and more risky even if it means things are going to be bad. The depression symptoms include feeling blue or unhappy, feeling down, losing interests on the things which an individual is enjoying together with sex, feeling guilty, feeling hopeless, feeling worthless, sleep too much or too little, changes in appetite or weight, feeling drained, feeling too little vitality, feeling stressed, concentration problems, decision-making problems, and thoughts of suicide or death. Moreover, additionally it is vital to learn how mood swings are triggered. Emotions and events that happened in a life of a person may be the triggering factors. Sad, disagreeable, or joyful events could make an individual experiences both depressive or manic episodes. Triggers or stressors include irregular schedule of sleep, misuse of drugs or alcohol, stopping medicine, beginning medications for depression or different herbal merchandise, and having problems associated to thyroid and other health conditions. However, totally different folks could experience different triggers. Some individuals additionally think about seasonal changes, sickness, holidays, work issues, friends or household's disagreements, marriage, starting a recent job, starting school, love one's death as triggers. Determining what triggers a person can help. Holding a mood chart to document varying emotions can determine mood swing patterns. This can be a tough process however it gives many therapy possibilities. A bipolar disorder is not more of a problem today. There are many therapies available. It is very important to talk to a healthcare provider to create a plan that can work best in stabilizing mood swings. Bipolar Disorder chat rooms can help patients

   
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