What is Bipolar affected disorder (BPAD)?
Bipolar disorder, also known as manic depression, is a mental illness that brings severe high and low moods and changes in sleep, mood, thinking, shifts in energy and behavior from the highs of mania on one extreme, to the lows of depression on the other. Different chemicals in your brain affect your mood and behavior, too much or too little of these chemicals can make you develop mania or depression. People who have bipolar disorder can have periods in which they feel overly happy and energized and other periods of feeling very sad, hopeless, and sluggish. In between those periods, they usually feel normal. You can think of the highs and the lows as two “poles” of mood, which is why it’s called “bipolar” disorder. At Farmingdale, NY & Kew Gardens, NY our official servers and expert therapists are providing basic Perceptions, knowledge services and best treatment options for bipolar disorder in accordance with your symptoms and concerns.
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Risk factors of Bipolar disorder/ Maniac depressive disorder:
When someone develops bipolar affected disorder, it usually starts when they’re in late adolescence. Rarely, it can happen earlier in childhood. Bipolar disorder can run in families. Men and women are equally likely to get it. Women are somewhat more likely than men to go through “rapid cycling,” which is having four or more distinct mood episodes within a year. Women also tend to spend more time depressed than men with bipolar disorder. At Farmingdale, NY & Kew Gardens, NY a team of expert psychiatrists is providing knowledge and assessment services about genetic and gender risk compatibilities for bipolar disorder in an exquisite manner for the ease of every person, through a detailed process of including the basic requirements of clients to assess for risk factors that can attribute to future disabling events.
What are the common causes of bipolar mood disorder?
Stressful life events can cause and trigger symptoms of bipolar mood disorder. Such as childhood abuse, depressive circumstances and environment at home (during rapid developmental age), abusive relationship, not being given enough space, understanding, care and love by parents or partner, being forced to follow the commandments of others and the loss of a loved one. They can increase your chances of developing depressive episodes.
What are the signs and symptoms of Maniac depression?
Common maniac signs that are indicative of bipolar disorder involve the feeling of being very high, elated, irritable or touchy, have a loss of appetite, decreased sleep, talking fast, doing risky things, feeling unusually important etc. Depressive signs of bipolar disorder involve having concentration issues, talking slowly, fatigue, loss of interest, increased sleep, increased appetite and hopelessness etc. However complications of maniac depressive disorder include anxiety, panic attacks (at a triple rate as compared to normal people), metathesiophobia (fear of change) depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, insecurity, inferiority complex, ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), eating disorders, sleep disorders, over thinking, addictions, migraines etc. At Farmingdale, NY & Kew Gardens, our experienced professionals are providing information about trauma complications in bipolar disorder in order to create first hand trauma assessment and emotional aid needed to be provided in the state of emergencies. Having a first-degree relative, such as a parent or sibling, with manic-depressive illness, Periods of high stress, such as the death of a loved one or other traumatic event and drug or alcohol abuse puts you at a higher risk for developing bipolar disorder.
What are the diagnostic methods for Bipolar disorder?
Bipolar disorder is typically diagnosed during late adolescence (teen years) or early adulthood. Occasionally, bipolar symptoms can appear in children. Bipolar disorder can also first appear during a woman’s pregnancy or following childbirth. Although the symptoms may vary over time, bipolar disorder usually requires lifelong treatment. At Farmingdale, NY & Kew Gardens, NY Diagnostic assessment and differential diagnosis made by our experienced professionals has helped many people identify their symptoms and create coping strategies priorly in order to improve their quality of life.
Treatment for Maniac depression in Farmingdale, NY & Kew Gardens, NY
Common treatment options for bipolar affected disorder are:
Psychotherapy at Farmingdale, NY & Kew Gardens, NY helps to relive symptoms and help a person to manage the ongoing symptoms of bipolar disorder.
Cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) which helps to recognize and take steps to manage key triggers, such as stress or anxiety and medicines like anti-psychotics, anti-depressants and anti-convulsant. CBT oriented mind mapping techniques at Farmingdale, NY & Kew Gardens, NY are providing therapeutic services, optimistic forward approach towards the better mental health of the sufferer and also receiving astonishing feedbacks.