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(i.e. anxiety, depression, involuntary movements), but at this time there is no cure.(Fact)It is estimated that for every 100,000 people worldwide, 5–10 will haveHuntington's disease.In the United States alone, about 30,000 people have Huntington's disease; estimates of its prevalence are about 1 in every 10,000 peopleAt least 150,000 others have a 50 percent risk of developing Huntington's disease, and thousands more oftheir relatives live with the possibility that they, too, might develop Huntington's diseaseWorld Health Organization (WHO)Websites:links/edicine.org/psychiatry/specialty_areas/huntingtons_disease/patient_family_resources/c.org/diseases-conditions/huntingtons-disease/basics/coping-support/con-20030685People with Huntington's disease may find it hard to think clearly, answer questions or concentrate.The National Institutes of Health spends over $51 million on its research annually.Major emotional, mental, social and economic impact on the lives of those suffering from HD and their family membersBipolar DisorderThere are various treatment in the Continued misunderstanding and2.3 Million American have althamerica.net/conditions/bipolar-Epidemic
healing process for patients. Medications: Antidepressants, Mood Stabilizers, Antipsychotic Psychotherapy: Cognitive behavioral therapy, family-focused therapy and interpersonal therapy/talk therapyBrain stimulation therapies: electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) or repetitive trans cranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS)Exercise, Alternative therapies: Acupuncture, meditation, nutrition.