Bipolar debt

2017-07-12T13:28:51+00:00August 27th, 2014|Categories: Money|0 Comments

According to the late George Bernard Shaw “money is the root of all evil” and this can certainly seem true, especially if you are suffering from a bipolar disorder and your manic episodes have caused you to go deeply in debt. Some manic episodes can result in uncontrollable spending sprees and long periods of time spent at the gambling tables, which can leave you swimming in debt and constantly hounded by creditors who simply can’t understand why they can’t get paid. In this articles you will finally be able to find the information you need to start digging yourself out of debt, along with the necessary steps to take to start improving your dismal credit rating. There are also links included that will walk you through the financial steps you need to take, and have all of the information easily available when you need it can also help prevent another manic episode that could send you deeper into debt.

Bipolar mood chart

2017-07-12T13:28:52+00:00August 20th, 2014|Categories: Living with Bipolar Disorder|1 Comment

While it may seem like you are constantly plotting meal plans and writing up treatment contracts it is all in an effort to help you manage and control your manic mood swings, which is why many health care professionals will also recommend that you keep a daily chart. This chart should track your moods throughout the day and include information about sleep habits, medications and certain note worthy events that can cause a reaction. It is important to understand how these aspects of your daily life affect your bipolar disorder, and keeping a mood chart can help you identify certain factors that might have a negative effect on you. In this article you will find links to help you get started creating your own mood chart, along with pertinent information that can aid in your treatment. It only takes a few minutes each day to keep the chart updated, and the information that you write down can help you improve your treatment to meet your specific problems.

Mental health residential treatment centers

2017-07-12T13:28:53+00:00August 19th, 2014|Categories: Treatments|0 Comments

Treatment centers for bipolar disorders and other mental health illnesses can often seem like a last result and even a punishment for some suffers, but in reality it may be the best choice if your symptoms aren’t improving and you are running out of options. It is important to understand that not all treatment centers are the same, and not all are able to handle the manic mood swings associated with your bipolar disorder. While it is important for you to conduct your own research if you have decided that a treatment center is the right choice for you, this is not always possible when you are in the middle of a manic episode. This article contains a brief list of several treatment centers that are able to deal with your bipolar disorder and give you the help you need to finally start seeing an improvement in your mood swings.

Bipolar and divorce

2017-07-12T13:28:55+00:00August 4th, 2014|Categories: Relationships|5 Comments

Not all relationships end in divorce or families end up being ruined due to one or both partners suffering from a bipolar disorder, and recent statistics seem to show that it is possible to have a healthy and loving marriage and family life even when manic symptoms begin to appear. In this article you will find the tips and tools that you need to understand how the disorder can affect the relationships in your life, and the manic feelings that can occur when a marriage ends in divorce. Simply learning that not all marriages end in divorce due to a bipolar disorder can dramatically improve your relationship’s chances, and when you add the knowledge included in this article you might find that you are your partner are happier. Taking a few minutes to read this important information can not only prevent divorce and save your marriage, it can also help you on your road to managing and controlling your bipolar symptoms.

Bipolar disorder statistics

2017-07-12T13:28:57+00:00August 1st, 2014|Categories: What is bipolar?|2 Comments

Many suffers of a bipolar disorder can feel like they are alone, and that no one else will ever be able to understand the pain of the lows and euphoria of the highs. While statistics from the National Institute of Health that state only 2 to 7 percent of the American population suffer from a bipolar illness may not make you feel any less alone, it might help you to know that over half of those thought to have the disorder will ever receive the right diagnosis and treatment. Even though these and other statistics included in this informative article might help you to feel less alone, this still doesn’t mean that you have to continue to act out uncontrollably and suffer in silence. Once you know the facts and statistics concerning the number of people affected worldwide, it might even be easier for you to accept that you have a problem and that you are not alone in needing treatment.