Borderline Personality Disorde...

Borderline personality disorder or BPD is mostly known to occur among women and rarely seen in men. It is a disorder that characterizes high emotionality, sensitivity and unstable patterns of relationships. Men express BPD symptoms differently from women, this is one of the reasons it gets misunderstood. It has been suggested by studies that women […]

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Substance Abuse Disorder

Substance abuse disorder is when an individual engages in a harmful intake of a substance or drug, affecting various areas of life. Due to the substance abuse the individual fails to function effectively in their personal, professional and social areas of life. Identifying the symptoms at an early stage can enable a quicker recovery. Here […]

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Borderline Personality Disorde...

Do you have someone in your life who, most of the time, have terrible mood fluctuations, multiple unstable relationships, always feel empty and impulsive? Are these affecting their personal and professional life? You may consider seeking a professional opinion as these are primary symptoms of borderline personality disorder or BPD. Here are few questions that […]

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What Causes Substance Abuse?

Substance abuse is a genuine issue that cannot be ignored. It not only causes hurting and misery for the person involved, but also everyone around them and society in general. Substance abuse is an unreasonable utilization of a substance, particularly liquor (alcohol) or a drug. Excessive use of the substances will lead to affect physical health. […]

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Borderline Personality Disorde...

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) affects roughly affects 1- 3% of the general population. The personality disorder is marked by unstable relationships, volatile behaviour and emotional reactivity, impulsivity that is developed mostly in adolescence. The name borderline in the disorder denotes its symptoms mimicking a hoard of disorders; especially major mood disorders and impulse control disorders. […]

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Bipolar Disorder: Treatment & Symptoms

Bipolar Disorder is a mental illness causing mood swings in a person. The person experiences mood fluctuation periodically with both high and low levels of emotion. A person can suddenly become sad and can suddenly turn out to be happy. This disorder can have an adverse impact on a person’s relationship and career.

Everyone experiences mood swings but it is only when these moods become extreme and interfere with one’s life then we need to worry and seek psychiatric treatment immediately. When both moods in bipolar disorder occur at the same time it becomes difficult to manage the person. Sometimes people with Bipolar disorder can become extremely violent and have to be forcibly admitted into psychiatric care.

Sometimes coping with the pain becomes very hard for the patient to survive so sometimes he/she turns violent or goes into depression. The person suffering from Bipolar Disorder will have low self – esteem, it is quite normal for a person to have low-self esteem but people suffering from Bipolar Disorder have it due to their illness.

Treatments for Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar requires long term treatment even after getting recovered. Treatment is mixture of medication and therapy which is often provided in a rehabilitation centre. There are also treatments available for Bipolar Disorder without having medication.

Psychotherapy: This treatment usedto treat bipolar disorder without drugs, but sometimes it won’t if you are taking medication to stabilize moods.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy: This therapeutic process removes the negative thoughts and beliefs then replace them with positive and good ones then help the patient lead a normal life.

Talking Therapy:This process involves providing help to the person deal with depressive manic episode through close interaction with the therapist.

Family Therapy: This is type of therapy, which gives help the patient to deal with disorder with the help family members.

Treatment with Medications: Patients suffering Bipolar disorder can be cured using medicines which are most often prescribed along with other therapy and treatment.

Lifestyle Changes – The patient is advised to have lifestyle changes with strict schedules which often involve exercise and diet control to gain control over the disorder.

Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder

The symptoms of Bipolar disorder involves occurrence of both manic and depressive episodes over a period of time which involves occurrence of both sad and happy phases of emotions. They are:

  • Extreme Sadness
  • Lack of Interest in daily activities
  • Lack of proper co-ordination
  • Occurrence of manic episodes, ie depression and extreme happiness

If you or someone you know is struggling with mania or depressionimmediatelyseek the helpof professionals to get information about treatment options so that person can get back to a normal lifestyle.

Personalized medical help from qualified professionals can be found at Cadabam’s Hospitals. With the launch of our new Outpatient Department we are armed to deal with your ward’s immediate pressing issues or long term treatment sessions in the form of counselling, group therapy or individual treatment. Reach out to us today on +91 9741 476 476 or write to us @ info@cadabamshospitals.com for more help on dealing with your loved one’s bipolar disorder.

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