bipolar


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Related to bipolar: bipolar disorder
  • adj

Antonyms for bipolar

having two poles

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In terms of geography, North America dominates the global bipolar disorder market.
bp Magazine for bipolar is a glossy mental health consumer publication that celebrates its 10[sup.
Second, bipolar disorder affects the family members and caregivers of patients through the family environment.
In conclusion, rapidly accumulating evidence suggests that family members of patients with bipolar disorder experience high rates of depression, anxiety, and psychiatric distress in general.
Bipolar disorder affects one in 100 people in the UK.
We found that the young people who had a parent or sibling with bipolar disorder had reduced brain responses to emotive faces, particularly a fearful face.
The results of the global IMPACT of Bipolar study show depression is a significant factor during mania for a considerable number of bipolar I patients," said Professor Eduard Vieta, Director of the Bipolar Disorders Program Hospital Clinic at the University of Barcelona.
The aim of the mentoring is to reduce isolation and provide self-management support to those affected by bipolar, both in psychiatric units and local communities.
She said: "Catherine Zeta-Jones raised the profile of the illness when she announced she was suffering from bipolar.
Major depresyon ve bipolar bozukluklarin siniflandirmasinda DSM(Diagnostic and Statistical Manual) ve ICD (International Classification of Diseases) sistemleri arastirma ve klinik pratige yonelik olarak oldukca yardimci olmussa da, guncel calismalar daha genis kapsamli bir bipolar spektrumu gorusune donusun dikkate alinmasinin uygun olabilecegini onermektedir.
One group of children had mothers or fathers with bipolar disorder.
Mastering Bipolar Disorder gathers stories about bipolar disorder from the inside.
The rate of bipolar disorder diagnoses for children and adolescents seen as outpatients by physicians shot up dramatically between 1994 and 2003, raising new concerns about possible overdiagnosis of this severe mood disorder among young people.
Diagnosing bipolar disorder: how can we do it better?
However, it also creates a major challenge for behavioral healthcare providers that must be recognized and met aggressively: that a much higher proportion of people with depression than previously realized suffer from an undetected and untreated bipolar spectrum disorder.