How to deal with bipolar depression?
In this article you’ll find answers to questions about bipolar depression, the diagnosis, treatment and coping skills.
The topic is covered in depth in the book, and it will have a major impact on how you treat bipolar disorder and how you view your own mental health.
For the first time in history, depression is treated as a mental illness, not a medical condition.
This means you’ll be able to get the support you need, without feeling guilty about your condition.
It also means you will no longer have to choose between treating yourself or your loved ones.
There are now hundreds of depression sufferers around the world.
There is even a depression helpline in Ireland, and a suicide prevention hotline for people with depression.
However, many people struggle with depression in Ireland because of a lack of knowledge about what depression is, how to treat it, and how to cope with the symptoms.
The first step to understanding depression is understanding the diagnosis.
The main symptoms of bipolar depression are depression, mania and mania-like episodes.
The main symptom of bipolar is depression.
This is what makes depression a mental health issue.
Depression is diagnosed when a person has a range of symptoms and is experiencing some of the symptoms of depression, such as feeling sad or anxious.
These symptoms can be mild or severe, and can include:Loss of interest in activities or thingsYou lose interest in socialisingYou are more irritable than usualPeople feel anxious, irritable or unable to relaxSome people experience feelings of depression but not any other symptomsDepression can cause loss of interest and feelings of sadness and feelings that they don’t feel loved, accepted or loved in their own right.
Loss in sleep and appetiteLoss appetite and weight lossPeople can experience feelings that their feelings of happiness are being overshadowed by their feelings that someone is sad, lonely or unhappy, or that they have lost control of their emotions.
Depressed people often experience a sense of hopelessness, but also a feeling of a sense that something is wrong with their lives.
The most common symptoms of this are depression and manias.
When a person is depressed, their moods and feelings become very low.
If you are experiencing this, you may need to talk to a mental healthcare professional to get support for yourself and your loved one.
Bipolar depression means you feel like your life is falling apart, but you are also feeling angry and confused.
You may feel like you are being watched or you feel guilty about what you are feeling.
These feelings can lead to suicidal thoughts.
People who are diagnosed with bipolar disorder are also more likely to have depression, so it’s important to understand that they are at high risk of suicide.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) advises that the best way to manage depression is to have a regular, regular check-up and to avoid taking prescription medication.
You should also seek professional help if you have symptoms of mania or depression.
If they are not treating you well, you could get suicidal thoughts or thoughts of self-harm.
For more information about depression and bipolar disorder, you can visit the National Bipolar Disorders Association (NDBDA) website.