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what are some symptoms of bipolar disorder, and how can you tell if someone has bipolar disorder?

A: Hi,bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression) causes serious shifts in a person?s mood, energy, thinking,and behavior ? from the highs of mania on one extreme, to the lows of depression on the other. More than justa fleeting good or bad mood, the cycles of bipolar disorder last for days, weeks, or months. And unlikeordinary mood swings, the mood changes of bipolar disorder are so intense that they interfere with yourability to function. During a manic episode, a person might impulsively quit a job, charge up huge amounts on credit cards,...
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What Are the symptoms of bipolar disorder?

A: This is a link to a good article on bipolar: articles.find-a-therapist.com Links: articles.find-a-therapist.com Katherine Finn, 14, describes the symptoms that led to her bipolar disorder diagnosis. Powered by 5min...


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What are the signs and symptoms of bipolar disorder?I

A: Some of the things you have said are not bipolar symptoms, I actually dont no what they are. He just has a problem with the internet I''d say.He may very well also another mental illness because of the things hes taking and says its not his. I am bipolar, have anxiety, insomnia, OPSTD and they say Borderline Personality disorder..I want you to look that up as well please. Its too hard to explain. And about the serequel, that should be taken at bedtime, did the psychiatrist prescribe him that and not tell him, one of the uses besides bipolar is for sleep. 2-3 weeks after starting the serequel...


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Exaclty, what are the symptoms of bipolar disorder?

A: There are a lot of symptoms of bipolar disorder. No one diagnosis is the same. If your moods flucuate more than four times a year you might be bipolar. You might have manic times where you might spend a lot of money or you might be able to do the jobs of three people without running out of steam. Other times you might be depressed, unable to get out of bed, feeling like your life has no meaning or suididal. Just because some of your family members may be making claims that you''re bipolar...


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What are the symptoms of bipolar disorder?

A: The manic phase of bipolar disorder might last from two days to months, this shows some of the following symptoms in a human body: The symptoms of this disease are: Agitation or Irritation Elevated mood can occur in bipolar disorder. The moods which are involved in this type of behavior are Hyperactivity, Increased energy, Lack of Self Control and Racing thoughts. Other symptoms are Inflated Self Esteem which means delusions of grandeur, false beliefs in the special...


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Apparent symptoms of bipolar disorder

A: According to the symptoms you reported (feeling happy and then sad and low, crying for no reason) it is possible that you might be experiencing bipolar disorder. bipolar disorder is a condition in which a constant mood change between happiness and sadness occurs. Mood stabilizers are given to reduce the mood shifts. They include: lithium, carbamazepine and lamotrigine. There are several types of bipolar disorder. There are small, but significant differences between them, which are best noticed by a psychiatrist. Therefore, you might want to visit a psychotherapist for evaluation,...
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My doctor says I am just depressed, but I have the symptoms of bipolar disorder. He has me on citalopram, what should I do?

A: Citalopram is an antidepressant that belongs to a class of drugs called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). SSRIs affect chemicals in the brain that may become unbalanced and cause depression. Citalopram is used to treat depression. It may take several (4 to 6) weeks for you to start feeling better and see an improvement in your symptoms. Take citalopram exactly as it is prescribed for you. Do not suddenly stop taking citalopram as this can cause withdrawal side effects, some of which could be severe. Talk to your doctor about any concerns you have about your diagnosis or your use of citalopram. Your doctor is best able to properly evaluate your medical condition and make...


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symptoms of bipolar disorder and the prescribed medications

A: bipolar I disorder is a mood disorder in which at least one manic or mixed episode has happened. Episodes of hypomania or major depression might be present, too. During the manic episode rapid speech, racing thoughts, decreased need for sleep, and impulsiveness might be experienced. In the major depression depressed mood, sleep disorders, extreme fatigue, and slow motility might be experienced. The treatment for bipolar disorder includes medications and psychotherapy. Lithium carbonate and lamotrigine are often used to treat bipolar disorder....
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Is lying a symptom of bipolar disorder?

A: Not usually, although people in the manic phase may overstate from time to time. It is more likely a result of an emotional or addictive disorder that may or may not be related to the bipolar issue. Be aware that unless a person has been diagnosed as bipolar by a mental health professional, there are a number of other conditions that can mimic the condition, including several ways of using drugs. Furthermore, if a person is using drugs or alcohol, bipolar disorder cannot be accurately diagnosed until they have been abstinent for a period of...


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What are the symptoms of bipolar disorder in children?

A: They are different The same, but they''re kids, so there are some differences. Psychological illness in children is often overlooked as aggressive behaviour. Many children who actually have bipolar disorder have been diagnosed with ADHD. Many similarities in the symptoms, but the timing is often different...


 
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