Life Span and Bipolar Disorder

What’s the average lifespan of someone with bipolar disorder? Now that I’m in my 60s, and now that I’ve lived with the diagnosis for nearly three decades, I wonder if I’ll live as long as others without the disorder. According to research, probably not. When predicting lifespan, or longevity, researchers take some baseline perfectly healthy... Continue Reading →

Fraud, Deceptions, and Downright Lies About Bipolar Exposed

Sadly, bipolar cannot be prevented only helped. Bipolar has several levels based on your symptoms. Bipolar is not something that goes away with a pill. Possessing bipolar effects multiple elements of life, and keeping up a job is among them. Stigma...Stigma...Stigma... One doesn't need to hold back because of a mental disorder. The top 10... Continue Reading →

Bipolar Disorder Symptoms

Bipolar disorder symptoms are characterized by a cycling of mood swings between feelings of great energy and activity (known as manic or hypomania) and feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and being blue (known as depression). Bipolar symptoms come in cycles, which tend to last anywhere from days to months at a time. The defining symptom of bipolar... Continue Reading →

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