Bipolar DisorderStudent’s Name: Institution’s Name: Bipolar Disorder Introduction Do you feel thrilled and energized some days and unfortunate and depressed on other days? Do these moods last for a week or more? Do your mood changes make it hard to sleep stay focused or go to work. Bipolar disorder also known as manic-depressive illness is a brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood energy activity levels and the ability to carry out the day-to-day task (Bipolar disorder 2016). The purpose of this speech is to create awareness for you about Bipolar Disorder its Signs and Symptoms Diagnosis Treatment and Therapies. Bipolar disorder is often difficult to recognize and diagnose. It causes a person to have a high level of energy unrealistically expansive thoughts Behavior (DBT) and family-focused (Bipolar disorder 2015). This includes sticking to a regular sleep schedule reducing consumption of alcohol caffeine and similar substances. Some may also use meditation mind-body practices and spirituality as resources as well. Conclusion From this information I have given you I believe that you have gained a better understanding of bipolar disorder and its diagnosis treatment and therapies. Although there is no known cure we have found bipolar disorder is treatable and recovery is possible. You should always support those people suffering from this disorder rather than seclude them from the society References Bipolar Disorder. (2016 April). Retrieved from www.nimh.nih.gov Disorder. (2015 November). Retrieved from www.nimh.nih.gov Smith. (2018 February 14) Bipolar Disorder Symptoms. Retrieved from www.psycom.net Disorder. (2018). Retrieved from http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/conditions/bipolar-disorder [...]
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