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    Living with Bipolar Disorder

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    Bipolar disorder is a mental illness that exists when neurons cannot properly release chemicals in the brain. This causes someone to either enter a sate of deep depression or a state of being over joyful with lots of energy. These are called episodes and those who are not medicated can...
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    Treating Bipolar Disorder

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    Bipolar disorder can wreak havoc in your life. Whether you have type 1 or type 2,you will always have emotional ups and downs. However, there is something that can help you with your bipolar symptoms. There are different medication treatments that can be used for treating your bipolar symptoms. Most...
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    Is Bipolar Disorder Hereditary?

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    The facts are clear: genetics play a large part in a person’s susceptibility to developing bipolar disorder. Research shows that 75-80% of all bipolar victims have a family member that also suffers with some variety of the disorder. That does not necessarily mean that if you have a family member with...
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    Bipolar Disorder Type 2

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    Bipolar disorder is a crippling mental illness. It affects people in very serious ways. With bipolar disorder you can experience extreme ups and downs in your emotional health. This isn’t anyone’s fault. The brain simply is out of balance and couldn’t fix itself. You may have heard about bipolar disorder...
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    Bipolar Disorder Type I

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    Bipolar disorder is a mental illness that causes emotional ups and downs. Sometimes bipolar disorder can be symptoms of other mental illnesses, and sometimes it is just genetically transferred form parents to child. It is a crippling disease and if left untreated can cause suicidal thoughts and actions, dangerous behavior,...

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