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Bipolar Disorder

What Is Bipolar I and II Disorder?

Introduction

Are you wondering what are the 3 types of medication for Bipolar Disorder?  Consider reading this article to find out.  They include: mood stabilizers, antipsychotics, and antidepressants.  This article will also describe the criteria for Bipolar I and II Disorders.

Mood Stablizers

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Depression

Depression And Sleep

Introduction

There is a correlation between depression and sleep.  This article will describe this correlation.

What Is Depression?

According to , depression is a mood disorder that impacts a person's emotions, thoughts, and body. According to , The National Institute of Mental Health reports that nearly 19 million people in the suffer from depression each year. As of yet, one single cause of this illness has not been found.  However, a link between certain chemicals in your brain and depression...


Bipolar Disorder

3 Risk Factors Associated With A Depressive Episode

Introduction

Do you suffer from Bipolar Disorder and experience the lows of a depressive episode?  If so, then this article is for you.  This article will describe three risk factors associated with a depressive episode in bipolar patients.  They include: feeling worried, eating too little or too much, in addition to feeling like they can't enjoy anything.

Feeling Worried

According to , the first risk factor associated with a depressive episode in...


Insomnia

What Is Insomnia?

Introduction

In my previous article I described three tips to overcome insomnia with bipolar disorder.  In this article, I will describe what insomnia is.

What Is Insomnia?

According to , insomnia is a sleep disorder in which people have difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep.  In addition, people with insomnia may also experience both falling asleep and staying asleep.  People with insomnia may get too little sleep and not feel well rested when they wake up.

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