Biopolar Essay

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Bipolar Disorder Shentaysia Dunbar Defining Bipolar Disorder I:What is Bipolar disorder II: Ages of Bipolar Disorders 1.How old do you have to be to be diagnosed with bipolar disorder III: Statistics on bipolar disorders IV: How can you tell one has bipolar disorder V: Ages of people most common with bipolar disorder IIV: Discussing the different stages of bipolar disorder 1.How are they treated 2. Types of medications to help control the disorder 5.7 million American has been diagnosed with bipolar disorders which are characterized by extreme changes in mood, from depression. A person with bipolar disorder may experience normal moods. Disorders develop in the early childhoods and late teens and can be not found or treated until the late teens simply because you cannot find symptoms until they increase. Bipolar disorders can vary depending on the person you are dealing with. Bipolar disorders are mental illnesses that brings severe high and low moods and changes in sleep, energy, thinking, and behavior. My mother Veronica has a bipolar 1 disorder which can cause severe damage in a person life. It show that she has trouble keeping relationships with people and that she has problems holding a job, staying in school, and constantly is depressed for random periods at a time. Bipolar disorders are visible by the early twenties but most people do receive them in the early childhood. Younger patients who are diagnosed with bipolar disorders are most likely to receive cyclothymia ( is a chronic mood disorder which is not serious it is mild.) This disorder is genetic that can be inherited by a family member. I realized by gathering information that there is no way you can control bipolar disorder from coming on because there is no single cause of why a person suddenly developed bipolar disorder. I do know it causes damage to the brain and can inflict life

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