3 Ways to Work Out Your Brain 

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Bipolar disorder is categorized as a mood disorder wherein a person Dracula’s Memory Secret will cycle between a manic state (hyperactivity, distractibility, decreased need for sleep, grandiose behavior, flight of ideas, racing thoughts, pressured / rapid speech, impulsivity, poor judgment, hypersexuality, spending sprees, dangerous behaviors and unrealistic optimism) and depressive state (sadness, crying spells, decreased sleep, loss of interest or pleasure in activities or hobbies, excessive guilt, low energy / motivation, weight gain, feelings of helplessness/hopelessness/worthlessness, restlessness or irritability, poor concentration and suicidal thoughts or attempts).

The prevalence of Bipolar Disorder in the United States is 1 -2 % of the general population. The age of onset is around 19 years old with most cases presenting between ages 15 - 20 years old. The Incidence between male and females with bipolar disorder is equivalent with no  general association with a socioeconomic class or ethnic group. Only one-third of those with Mood Disorder are formally diagnosed by a physician and of the one-third, approximately 25% is actually treated. Untreated Bipolar Disorder has a lifetime risk of completed suicide of 15%.

An individual with Mood Disorder may look very different when manic or depressed thus making the disorder frequently misdiagnosed. In regards to substance abuse, often times an individual may deal with their depression by using cocaine to elevate their mood. When dealing with their mania, an individual may consume alcoholic beverages, benzodiazepines or opiates to bring down their mood. 

  Tuesday, April 13, 2021 at 6:21:29 AM

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