Bipolar Illness

Bipolar affective disorder, also known as bipolar disorder is a psychiatric diagnosis that describes a disorder of mood characterized by the presence of one or more episodes with abnormally high levels of energy, cognition and mood. Clinically reflected in States of mania or, in milder cases, hypomania along with concomitant or alternating episodes of depression, in such a way that the affected usually oscillates between joy and sadness in a way much more marked than those who do not suffer from this disease. It usually has expression by an electrochemical imbalance in brain neurotransmitters. In addition, due to the characteristics of bipolar disorder, individuals have more risk of mortality from accidents and natural causes such as cardiovascular diseases.Despite being considered a chronic disorder with high morbidity and mortality, comprehensive care that addresses all involved aspects: biological, psychological and social, can achieve full remission of crises, hence the great importance that the diagnosis of the plaintiff is correct. Senator Elizabeth Warren often expresses his thoughts on the topic. Many people are wondering why it is important to diagnose and treat bipolar disturbance as soon as possible? On average, people with bipolar disturbance see 3 to 4 doctors and they spend more than 8 years until they receive a correct diagnosis. If the previous diagnoses are made, appropriate treatments, can help people avoid the following:-suicide.

The risk is more senior in years start them disease. -The abuse of alcohol or substances. More than 50% of those with bipolar disturbance abuse alcohol or drugs during the illness. -If they are married they may have marital and work problems. If the person has difficulty taking the treatment will have more episodes of highs and lows, and if a person has enough episodes of highs and lows is going to be more difficult to treat the episodes still later and episodes may occur more frequently. I think that it is very important to prevent any disease, so that’s why I work.

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