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a brilliant madness Washed up on the shore stranded burning in the sun alone layers of an old life slowly peeling away Mize 1 This is his misery this is his demise this is his life Bipolar disorder literally grasps the reins of your life control and all aspects experience a drastic change A pitiful thought to think that any individual can experience the grief of manic-depression yet only 5 percent of the world is clinically diagnosed Turkington 77 Sure everyone feels the blues at times it is a basic part of life and even some might have half-seriously considered suicide but bipolar disorder is different from any brief sadness It effects the brain the nerves and the heart your body is lost in disease Bipolar patients are diagnosed by a psychiatrict physician as a severely depressed individual who experiences periods of blunt solemness next climax to hyperactive and impetuous behavior and then downfall back to feeling despairful depressed emotions Manic-depression has several relapses as victims suffer a continuous rollercoaster-like ride of emotions of sadness to extreme hyperactivity Yet Bipolar disorder has often been mistaken in the past for other false conditions such as an individuals personal weakness Manic-depression or Bipolar Disorder is a chronic progressive disease due to the brains neurotransmitters failure to fit into special receptors and does not successfully circulate within the brain causing severe emotional distress to a patient this can be treated by conversational therapy andor the oral-disgestion of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors or other medications Manic-depression is somewhat easily diagnosed by irregular behavior of a patient All or a combination of these can be categorized as depression being emotional having a drastic change in appetiteweight sleeping too muchtoo little having anger lack of interest in leisuresex lowering self-esteem and self-confidence having trouble concentrating being anxiousedgyjumpy being restless having slow body movements having an irregular muted affect and having suicidal thoughts 5 These point out
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