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Q. Major mood disorder!

Hi guys! My topic is all about major mood disorder, bipolar 1 mixed with psychotic features and I would like to ask if I could get some information regarding with its introduction on international, national and local. Hope you all understood what I mean to ask.
A1Methinks all these brain disorders have everything to do with a lack of copper. With all our modern technology and artificial fertilizers and processing of foods, the food has become so depleted of minerals that our bodies and brains have become so depleted that we cannot even function properly. Start taking kelp, calcium magnesium, cod liver oil, flax seed oil, and raw apple cider vinegar. This will bring healing and normal function to the brain and body systems. The emotions will calm down and be more manageable. If you are taking a vitamin with more manganese than copper it will add to the dysfunction. Don't waste your money. There you are! Some solutions rather than more rhetoric about the problem.
A2Major depressions are a clinical depression that meets specific diagnostic criteria. These criteria involved in the duration, functional impairment and a group of both psychological and physiological symptoms.
• Unipolar Disorder is when a person has recurring major depressive episode without manic symptoms.
• Bipolar Disorder is when a person experiences recurring depression and mania.

Q. Mood- disorder?

What will happen to the people who refuse treatment? I know someone whose mother got diagnosed with "mood- disorder" and now this person says that she don't have it. But all her brothers and sisters have this, and are on medication. Is there a way to save our family heritage?
A1well done, i will start to collect with the agreement of Iri possible causes for disorders (bipolar, mood, whatever you want to call it) to help people to recognize themselves. they all can start in the moment we are in the embryo. parental conflicts, aggressions, sexual behaviours, drugs, alcohol, smoking in abondance can affect us from this moment on.
A2First of all try to avoid sharing sensitive personal problems which will affect our family reputation. Now let me come to the point. For five years I didn't believe that I had bipolar. I suffered the extreme mood swings and couldn't hold a job. I just thought that I was a ‘slacker/ shirker’. Eventually I ended up in the mental hospital for the second and third time, having had four total manic episodes. However, I did last for two years without medication and without hospitalization.

Q. I think that bipolar is just a mood disorder.

I think that bipolar is just a mood disorder. Do I?
A1You are correct, according to the fourth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-IV) Bipolar Disorder is a Mood Disorder. Other conditions in this category are Anxiety Disorders--and of course--Unipolar Depression.
A2Well, it's actually a mood disorder, meaning it's a disease that affect the mood, a pervasive and sustained feeling tone that is experienced internally and that influences a person's behavior and perception of the world.

However, mania is also regarded as psychotic state, meaning a stae in which the loss of reality testing and impairment of mental functioning. Depression may also be of the psychotic type.

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Q. Tell me how to deal this kids affected with Bipolar disorder

Can anybody tell me how to deal this, why kids affected with Bipolar disorder blaming their parents?
A1Bipolar Disorder has a herititary trait to the illness. Mental health disorders can be passed down if there is a family history. It is nobody's fault. A medical history may not have been detected in families, due to lack of research and improper diagnoses in past generations. We're not that far away from the times of lobotomies, and research regarding Mental Health has much matured since thoses days.
A2This is why it is so important to identify and talk about those core beliefs/triggers so you as the parent can find ways to effectivly encourage your child and avoid triggering your child repeatedly.
A3Dominicus is partially right. Kids blame their parents for everything as it is. With bipolar disorder some of the triggers the kids experience are a direct result of their parents influence in their lives. All parents make mistakes, I do believe that most parents do the very best they can, so it is not to point fingers of blame. However if one of your childs core beliefs or triggers (for example) is that they are not good enough and you as a parent have discouraged them from doing something they wanted to because "they never finish anything" or you have been dissapointed in their grades (even though to them they did their best) then that trigger or core belief was created by you the parent. Again that is not to say that you intentionally did your child harm but that is some of the sensitivities that a bipolar child will take to heart that one without bipolar disorder may let slide off their backs.

Q. My loving husband is affected by Bipolar disorder.

My loving husband is affected by Bipolar disorder which affects his happiness. He is very depressed about its risk factor. I like to know what are the Risk factors for Bipolar Disorder. So that I can comfort him.
A1I'm studying and found bipolar spectrum disorder. I think it's fairly new but I don't think everyone suffers the manic episodes. I've seen my family members go from loving to tormented, paranoid & irrational extremes. My childhood involved so many raging episodes that I cannot even remember them all. Now I'm seeing other family members, both young & middle aged suffering but in strong denial. What do we do?
A2I also suffer from bipolar disorder; I have had this condition all of my life, and there are many and various symptoms to this disorder. What's important is not only to know what the symptoms are, but also to know how to begin controlling those symptoms. I recommend that you get a hold of the book "The Bipolar Advantage", by Tom Wootton. He created the Bipolar In Order workshops, and his book describes in great detail all of the symptoms of bipolar disorder, as well as all of the behavior we can adopt in order to control those symptoms.

Bipolar In Order holds workshops for both sufferers and for their family members. Take a look at the website - The Bipolar Advantage -- and see if there is a workshop you and your husband can attend.
A3Good morning Tom Greg,
I am not exactly sure what the question is here so I will answer as best I can.
The symptoms of bipolar disorder include, In mania- excessive spending, agitation, excessive energy, elation, short attention span etc... In a depression- Suicidal thoughts and obsessions, low energy, sleeping excessively, inability to function through a typical day, lack of interest in things once important to the person etc..

A person with bipolar disorder (if untreated) can run the risk of loosing their job, pushing away loved ones, putting themselves in debt, in extreme cases problems with the law and a higher risk of suicide.

I would highly suggest seeking professional help for your husband, someone professional he can talk to along with group therapy and a psychiatrist. If this illness is properly treated the patient can live an active happy and healthy life.

For you learning as much as you can about this illness and talking to him about his feelings etc..

Q. I didn’t hear about Autism disorder before. At what age it will affect? How this occurs?

I’m looking for help. My friend’s child is suffering from Autism. I didn’t hear about Autism disorder before. At what age it will affect? How this occurs?

Q. Hi, I heard about Bipolar Disorder. One of my neighbors was affected by this.can you help.

Hi, I heard about Bipolar Disorder. One of my neighbors was affected by this and later it was cured. I read about STEP-BD. What it means? Can you help?
A116 years ago, when I was forced to go in an asylum by the police, because they found no alcohol, drugs or anything else in my body, because I had crashed myself my car to death with my thoughts and behaviour, the psychiatrical doctors gave me drugs to bring me down, do that I could sleep again after more than 2 weeks "sleepless-experience". The one was called Clopixol another one Haldol. Later I received Leponex, Zyprexa, Seroquel and more. But, it is 15 years away I took Clopixol and Haldol but till this day I still feel this shity chemical stuff in my body just before I go to sleep! I will soon, when I will finally have a new job and finally have money, start to detoxicate my body to eliminate the trash I have in my body. Else no definitive cure will be possible. Then I will go again to a kineologist to heal one trauma after another - continue there where I had to stop because I had no money to go on. It is a long way to go, but he is possible. You're not alone and share th
A2What do you mean by STEP-BD ?
I am from Switzerland and not used with all abbreviations.
My second question is, if you would love to help your neighbour?
Tell me please your intentions and teach me about STEP-BD. Thanks
A3I am here the topic-manager for you and first of all: bipolar disorder is not an infection that can affect someone.
Bipolar disorder in general has to do with a moutain of traumata you had to make an experience with in your life till you are an embryo. Now the trouble is, that some of us experienced in life so many, had a lot of bad luck, less success or luck and now their emotional body has difficulty to manage all this terrible situations. Sometimes you would love to make all laugh with the joke of the day and instantly later you are in the deepest depression where practically nobody can reach you anymore. This terrible situation is not easy to cure, but I am on the best way to get cured. From time to time I still take some medication, but it is only to correct my body-feeling - little panic-attack, little frustration-attack, and more. I use not anymore when I can, "heavy-metal" stuff to rebalance me. Last night to sleep surely, I took 40 drops Baldrian lotion to sleep eas
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