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Bipolar Disorder Help Guide


Bipolar Disorder

The extreme highs and lows of mania and depression can hurt your job and school performance, damage your relationships, and disrupt your daily life. But you're not powerless when it comes to bipolar disorder.

Understanding the signs and symptoms and seeking professional help are the first steps to managing your symptoms and staying on track. But beyond the treatment you get from your doctor or therapist, there are many things you can do to help yourself, including surrounding yourself with people you can count on, making healthy lifestyle choices, and monitoring your moods.

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Description: nderstanding Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar Disorder Signs & Symptoms: Recognizing Mania, Hypomania and Bipolar Depression

Treatment for Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar Disorder Treatment: Treatment and Therapy for Bipolar Mania & Bipolar Depression

Helping a Loved One with Bipolar Disorder

Helping a Loved One with Bipolar Disorder: Bipolar Disorder in Children, Teens, and Family Members

Bipolar Support and Self-Help

Bipolar Support and Self-Help: Living and Coping with Bipolar Disorder

 

Bipolar Medication Guide

Bipolar Medication Guide: Medications and Drugs for Bipolar Disorder Treatment

Substance Abuse and Mental Health

Substance Abuse & Mental Health: Substance Abuse and Co-Occurring Disorders

Suicide Help

Suicide Help: Dealing with Suicidal Thoughts & Feelings

Suicide prevention

Suicide Prevention: How to Help Someone Who is Suicidal

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