Drastic changes in ones life can disrupt someone who has Bipolar Disorder to a great extent. It’s very hard to learn how to deal with your disability, much less learn how to accept things good or bad that come along in life. According to the web site NAMI which stands for National Alliance of Mental Health, the paragraph titled what is Bipolar Disorder gives you different information on the above information as well as symptoms of mania as well as symptoms of depression.
Bipolar Disorder have symptoms that are found in many that have it. And they have a way of sneaking up on you. You are to avoid stress as much as possible, which can bring on depression. According to (EveryDayhealth.com) there are many phases a person who is in a manic stage can do.
A divorce, can sure cause allot of stress in your life. This can also lead to extreme depression. Which can trigger your Bipolar to degrees that can be quite alarming. A move, I know without a doubt that, according to it can be very disruptive in one’s life. I myself have experienced this as I have Bipolar Disorder with Rapid Cycling.
Feeling detached from the rest of the world, feeling unsettled, scared, confused, and depressed are all normal feelings that you may have. Loss of a job, this can cause someone with Bipolar Disorder to go over the edge. It can cause you to enter a deep mania faze. According to (BipolarCentral.com) You should have patience and give a Bipolar person time to get over it. Also (Everydayhealth) states the most dangerous part of the disease of a Bipolar Patient is attempting suicide.
Mania Moods can cause you to not sleep, not eat, with bouts of energy and depression at the same time. A death can cause a person with Bipolar Disorder to exhibit deeper emotional pain. They can feel worthless, angry, sad, depressed, suicidal. The best thing to do for a person with Bipolar Disorder who has experienced any form of change whether slightly or drastically, is stay on top of their mood’s and communicate. According to (BipolarCentral.com)
Changes in life sometimes are inevitable, but to a Bipolar Disorder person it can mean life or death. If your a family member or doctor or friend, always keep the line of communication open. Feeling overwhelmed is not a good feeling. And as there many drugs on the market for Bipolar and Anxiety According to National Institute of Mental Health they give a list of the four categories of medicines for Bipolar Disorder and their symptoms, under the paragraph Medications for Mental Illness.
Having a new baby can also be quite challenging for a person with Bipolar Disorder. You already have mood swings, now toss in some hormonal changes and you may have disaster waiting to happen. Always contact your physician if you have any health issues arise or you have any question’s. Many pregnant women will either need to lower their dose of medication’s until their pregnancy is over or they will need to quickly stop taking it until they resume after child birth, according to Paragraph Women during the childbearing years published by National Institute of Mental Health.
Or You can contact web site Nami.com or Bipolarcentral.com for many answers to the signs and symptoms of your disorder.
www.NAMI.com-2107 Wilson Boulevard Suite 300 Arlington, Va. 22201 or call 1-800-950-NAMI
www.National Institute of Mental Health.com-local number (301)-443-4513 or toll free at 1-866-615-6464 or their adress is National Institute Of Mental Health,6001 Executive Boulevard, Room 8184, Bethesda, MD 20892