Bipolar Disorder

A person who experiences bipolar disorder show signs of mood swings and discrepancies to normal functional behavior.   The person represents a back and forth mood transition of feeling highly energetic and feeling depressed or low.   Bipolar disorder can appear in most anyone. Even though the disorder positions a person with many frames of mind, treatment helps calm the symptoms.   Until the patient receives treatment, he or she has no control over their actions.   Most people are likely to develop bipolar disorder if he or she has the gene in their family.   Like most mental disorders bipolar disorder stems from inheritance.   Psychologist help patient with bipolar disorder by determining the signs and symptoms, causes, management, and prognosis to help him or her to better function.

      The signs and symptoms of bipolar disorder start with noticeable mood swings.   The person may reveal signs of positive energy and become overly anxious and happy.   A person also may show signs of anger and become over aggressive about situations.   He or she may become very talkative and seem as though the mind switches from topic to another.   Once the person mood breaks down, he or she may show signs of major depression.   He or she may feel worthless and all of the fun things are not fun anymore.   The person shows signs of being sadden or irritated.   This describes a fraction of bipolar disorder that is a deep depression.   The disorder makes it hard for a person to function around normal people because they are hard to get along with.   One never knows what mood an untreated bipolar person will display. The extreme disposition of the person causes trouble in relationships and everyday life.   Even though the actions are not intentional, he or she becomes very unpredictable.

      There are combinations of aspects that contribute to the cause of bipolar disorder.   “No single cause may ever be found for bipolar disorder. Instead, a combination of biologic, genetic, and environmental...