By Charles Atkins
Nearly 5.7 million americans have bipolar sickness, a mind affliction often referred to as manic-depressive ailment. The Bipolar sickness solution Book is an authoritative reference for individuals with Bipolar illness and their household, supplying sound recommendation and fast solutions to their such a lot urgent questions. Written through an skilled psychiatrist, The Bipolar ailment resolution Book covers such issues as:
• What are the indications and varieties of Bipolar Disorder?
• Can different health problems reason Bipolar Disorder?
• What remedies, medicines and relapse-prevention techniques can assist with Bipolar Disorder?
• How does Bipolar disease range in young ones and adults?
• What certain matters are there for girls with Bipolar Disorder?
• How can friends and family reply in a psychiatric emergency?
The Bipolar ailment resolution Book bargains up transparent, convinced guidance in an easy-to-read Q&A layout that explains complicated scientific lingo and courses readers during the world...
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Family trees where these conditions, along with unipolar depression, are found at an increased frequency add support to the continuum theories. What is schizophrenia? Schizophrenia is a diagnostic category covering a broad range of disorders that have at their core a combination of psychotic symptoms, such as hallucinations, delusions, and thought disorganization (often referred to as positive symptoms, not because they’re good things to have, but because they’re extreme and readily apparent) and a type of blunting and flattening of emotion often accompanied by extreme apathy and lack of motivation (negative symptoms).
This makes sense, as when people are depressed they will often go to their primary care doctor looking for an antidepressant medication (80 percent of antidepressants are prescribed by non-psychiatrists). During the visit, symptoms of mania, hypomania, or mixed states are easily overlooked by the doctor or not mentioned at all by the patient. ” Other common misdiagnoses include schizoaffective disorder and schizophrenia—discussed earlier in this chapter. This also makes sense, because if someone presents with delusions, hallucinations, and/or mania, their condition can be indistinguishable from psychotic disorders, such as schizophrenia.
What is schizophrenia? What is seasonal affective disorder and how does it relate to bipolar disorder? What is the DSM-IV-TR? How important is a person’s history in making a diagnosis? What is a mood chart or life chart? How do you make a mood chart or life chart? Are there laboratory tests that can determine if someone has bipolar disorder? Why should the diagnosis of bipolar disorder be left to professionals? Is bipolar disorder difficult to diagnose? Why is there so much misdiagnosis? How important is an accurate diagnosis?