Monthly Archives: February 2015

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Natural treatments for bipolar disorder

February 23rd, 2015|Categories: Treatments|0 Comments

There has been a growing popularity in natural treatments and remedies over the years and it is not surprising that many suffers of a bipolar disorder wonder if there is one that is safe and effective for them. Unfortunately the answer to this question is “no” but this does not mean that there aren’t natural ways to improve your overall health, which can also have a positive effect on your bipolar disorder. In this article you will learn how diet and exercise can help you manage your manic mood swings and which natural supplements can improve your overall health. Researchers have long known that your physical and mental health are closely tied and when you treat one you are actually improving both. Learn which natural supplements have the best results with the least risk of side effects, and how you can add natural remedies to your medical treatment plan.

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Bipolar kids

February 10th, 2015|Categories: Kids|0 Comments

It is common belief that many parents and health care professionals feel that young children and teenagers cannot be diagnosed with a bipolar disorder, and that many of the erratic behaviors and sudden mood swings are more typical of “growing pains” than a mental health condition but this is not to say that it isn’t possible for some kids to be diagnosed with this problem. In this article you will find information covering a broad range of topics that include the affects of drug and alcohol abuse on young minds, along with other lifestyle factors that can contribute to an emotional or behavioral problem. Even though it is rare for a kid or teenager to be diagnosed with a bipolar condition it is not unheard of and the more you understand how this disease can affect your child’s mood and behavior, along with the rest of the family the easier it will be for you to have it properly diagnosed and treated.

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Bipolar News

February 10th, 2015|Categories: Get Support|0 Comments
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History of bipolar disorder

February 8th, 2015|Categories: History of Bipolar|0 Comments

If you have ever wondered about the history of your bipolar disorder and wondered if it were possible to learn anything about its past, this article can help answer your questions. Covering ancient Greece and Rome, you can also learn how a bipolar disorder was diagnosed and treated in the middle ages which can leave you thankful for more modern and humane treatment method instead of being branded a sinner and tossed in the nearest asylum. As you read through the history of the medications, treatments and even the changing criteria that must be present to be diagnosed with a bipolar disorder you can begin to understand that this is an illness and that you are by no means the only person who has ever been affected. The more you learn about the causes of your manic highs and lows, along with how it can affect those around you the easier it will be for you to find the right treatment that works for you.

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Bipolar Christian questions

February 8th, 2015|Categories: Living with Bipolar Disorder|0 Comments

Christianity and a strong belief in God is not enough to cure a bipolar disorder and it is not a sin to seek treatment outside of your church, it is also important to remember that this condition is not a sign that you are an unredeemable sinner or possessed by the devil. One of the most important steps you can take towards managing and treating your bipolar condition is to accept that you are not being punished and that you need more than faith and prayer to treat your symptoms. This is not to say that your strong faith in a higher power can’t help you manage your symptoms, only to remember that it is only a sin when you recognize that you have a problem and expect God to fix it. If religious beliefs and certain illnesses and treatments seem to be at odds with each other the information included in this article can help you find peace in your faith and mind.

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Bipolar Autobiography

February 3rd, 2015|Categories: Famous People|0 Comments

Even though finally being diagnosed as having a bipolar condition can be liberating when you finally have an explanation for your wide mood swings and manic behavior, it can also leave you feeling alone and frightened of what the future can hold for you. Many fellow suffers of a bipolar disorder have found comfort and even help from reading autobiographies written by others who are and have experienced the same symptoms, and even though some of their stories can bring back embarrassing reminders of past behaviors and erratic mood swings simply knowing that others have survived the initial diagnosis and found successful treatment can be life changing. In this article you will find information on how reading these autobiographies can help you face your own problems, along with links to inspirational stories written by well known celebrities. Even if their symptoms are different from yours, the simple courage it took for them to tell their stories can inspire you to continue to manage and control your own bipolar disorder.

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Weight gain after bipolar medication? Read The Bipolar Diet & balance your food and your mood.Read The Bipolar Diet & balance your food, mood and weight gain.
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