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The Truth About Bipolar Disorder And What You Can Do About It Bipolar Disorder is a condition that wreaks havoc on those that it affects. If you suffer from Bipolar, chances are that your family suffers right with you. No matter if you are that family member trying to learn to cope or you are the person that has been diagnosed, there is hope out there. Although there is no cure for Bipolar, just yet, there are many ways in which you can improve your chances of living a long and happy life. The good news is that the process doesn't have to be difficult either. The ups and downs are what make the most problems for individuals. Being happy go lucky one minute is wonderful but when it is followed by serious lows and depressed moods the next, there's even more to worry about. In this e-book, you will find a number of different scenarios that will help you to ultimately learn to cope with bipolar and all of these ups and downs. Through an understanding of your condition as well as help in dealing with the beneficial tools we will teach you, you will be able to improve the quality of life that you and your loved ones share.
Contents Introduction Understanding Bipolar Bipolar: The Medical Side Do You Have Bipolar? What's The Cause? Are You At Risk? Should You Go To The Doctor? Who Should I See? BiPolar Treatment Stress & Anxiety Your Options Medications Psychotherapy Electroconvulsive Therapy What's Right For You? The Truth About BiPolar Disorder Noncompliance And Nonadherence You Don't Understand Your Illness Dependency They Don't Like The Doctor The Side Effects What Else Can It Be? Learning To Cope With Bipolar Disorder The Way You Sleep Monitor Your Medications Maintain Your Level Of Activity Don't Use Drugs Or Alcohol Support Reduction Of Stress Watch For Signs Keep Your Doctor Informed Support Groups Who Is Your Support Group? Outside Support Coping By Monitoring Symptoms: The Mood Chart What Is It? Conclusion: Final Words
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