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A bipolar disorder doesn't just cause manic mood swings and irrational behavior, it can also affect your memory and cognitive function. If the thought of losing your ability to easily recognize familiar places and people doesn't motivate you to start learning more about this disorder, you might want to simply resign yourself to a lifetime of extreme manic behavior. This article will help you get started understanding how this illness affects your brain function and it will also provide you with some tips on how to improve your memory, along with providing the hope and help you need to recover from this condition. When you start to experience problems with your memory it can affect your relationships, work and study habits, and the way you are able to interact with others which can also cause a manic episode and cause the cycle to start over again.
Bipolar Disorder isn't easy for the sufferer or the caregiver, learn more here about support for everyone affected by the disease.