BEH 225 Bipolar and Mania

BEH 225 Bipolar and Mania - Running head BIPOLAR AND MANIA...

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Running head: BIPOLAR AND MANIA DISORDERS 1 Bipolar and Mania Disorders Cassandra Moore BEH225 July 25, 2010 University Of Phoenix
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BIPOLAR AND MANIA DISORDERS 2 Bipolar and Mania Disorders Mania is known as a trademark symptom of bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder in addition is identified as manic depression. This is a brain- associated disorder that is described by unexpected, cyclical, fluctuation spells of exhilaration and despair. Bipolar disorder brings about bizarre swings in liveliness, frame of mind, sleeping patterns, and performance capability of disturbed persons (“Bipolar Disorder”, n.d.). Specificly, mania is a collection of symptoms that are related with one phase of bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder is also known to have an effect on relationships, job effectiveness, education performance, and even induce disturbed persons to consider suicide. A person having an episode of mania will quickly escalate and become uncontrollable, bringing about an immense transaction of disorder and confusion for them and his or her friends and family. One of the vital components of dealing with a manic episode is being able to comprehend the premature warning signs. Logging your mood swings on a journal is an easy technique you can initiate to recognize your symptoms and patterns. However, Bipolar disorder is treatable. If treated, persons that has bipolar can continue to
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