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    Types of Bipolar Disorder

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    A lifelong illness, bipolar disorder manifests in persons showing periods of depression and mania. Mania is described as a mental illness where the person has times when they are very excited, euphoric, delusional, or are overactive. There is more than one form of bipolar disorder, and have degrees of manic...
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    Are You Bipolar?

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    Typically the signs of bipolar disorder will begin when the patient is in their teens or early twenties. The symptoms of this mental illness may start gradually, and the sufferer may realize they aren’t feeling as good as they used to. Or the signs can come on suddenly, as if...
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    What Causes Bipolar Disorder?

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    Bipolar disorder can be a serious mental illness that can lead to dangerous behaviors including suicide.  People with bipolar disorder can experience intense mood swings, going from euphoric highs that leave them unable to accept their own limitations to such depressive lows that make them unable to cope with even...
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    Bipolar Disorder Statistics

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    Bipolar disorder is more than feeling extreme highs and lows.  It can be a devastating disease that affects how you live, how you feel and how you relate to others in your life.  Your work can be disrupted when an episode surfaces and your relationships (if you can even maintain...

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