If you’re struggling with bipolar disorder, then you’re already aware of the manic or “mixed” episodes that often inhibit your day-to-day life. However, have you ever considered how these episodes are effecting your body?
A crisis has arisen in much of the Western world that’s gone silent for too long. Men are struggling with various mental illnesses at higher rates than ever. And the majority of these men aren’t seeking out professional help.
People with bipolar disorder go through what’s known as episodes. These periods of both high and low feelings that come with their own respected set of symptoms . People in a low period experience symptoms similar to standard depression. Feeling as though they aren’t themselves and having difficulty doing things they’d like. Luckily, there are
There was this one time when I was a child. My family and I had taken a vacation to San Diego. I was boogie boarding when suddenly, on the beach’s distant shore, I saw my father and mother screaming my way. A moment of fear struck me simply because I trusted their distress. I turned
“There is but one truly serious philosophical problem and that is suicide. Judging whether life is or is not worth living amounts to answering the fundamental question of philosophy. All the rest – whether or not the world has three dimensions, whether the mind has nine or twelve categories – comes afterwards. These are games.” –
A bipolar disorder, sometimes known as manic depression, is a mental health condition where those who suffer experience intense mood swings. Typically, an emotional high known as mania or hypomania and an emotional low known as depression. Both of these opposing emotions can come at random instances and are usually uncontrollable. Each of them has
A deeper look into what each of us can do to prevent suicide in an at-risk individual.