Is Cocaine Addictive?

What Is Cocaine? It is a highly addictive drug which is a strong stimulant and recreational drug by nature. It is a purified form of a chemical called cocaine hydrochloride. Earlier, in the 1900s, cocaine was used as medical anaesthetics for major injuries and operations. Later, it was banned or used rarely due to its […]

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10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer&...

What is Alzheimer’s disease? It is a progressive mental health disorder which occurs mainly during the middle or old ages. Alzheimer’s disease is caused due to the death of brain cells which may damage the memory of a person permanently. So, how to identify if someone suffering from Alzheimer’s diseases? There are some specific warning […]

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How is Cocaine Addiction Treat...

Cocaine is a potent drug and can be very addictive. It has destroyed many lives and taken the lives of many before their time. Even a single use can result in overdose and death and long-term use can cause serious health consequences. Cocaine addiction treatment can help those suffering from addiction to reclaim their lives. […]

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Dementia Treatment

It is somewhat disappointing that more information regarding Dementia is not in the mainstream media. While millions of families suffer in silence, the numbers continue to increase as more people continue to be diagnosed with this insidious disease. According to the research studies, In India, only 1 out of 10 people with Dementia receive a […]

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AMPHETAMINE ADDICTION

What Is Amphetamine? Amphetamine is a form of synthetic stimulant type drug. It can provide a feeling of high competence to the individual’s central nervous system. In this period of time, the body might feel increased concentration and energy. Earlier, amphetamine was used to treat the mental health conditions. It can treat the conditions such […]

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BIPOLAR DISORDER FACTS

BIPOLAR DISORDER FACTS

This blog is a compilation of the common questions asked by patients with bipolar disorder and their family members.  It is completely for the knowledge, short-term recovery, and most importantly to imbibe self-confidence for the individuals that – You’re not alone!

I read that ‘people with bipolar disorder can’t switch to normal life again‘ is that true?  

I appreciate your question but the phrase itself is completely wrong. What I have seen in my personal experience as a mental health professional, the individuals who suffer the effects of bipolar had fabricated a fruitful profession.

They too had a good family relationship and understanding others normally as we do. Yes, existence with bipolar is difficult but following the proper medications, right treatments, and good family support will definitely pave the way to lead a quality life.  

Bipolar facts

Does Bipolar affect the only mood?

Bipolar disorder not only affects your mood also your sleeping, memory, confidence, libido and energy levels. Furthermore, bipolar disorder is closely linked to anxiety, heart disease, migraine, and high blood pressure.  

Are there any types of bipolar?

Yes, there are types such as bipolar 1, bipolar 2, rapid-cycling, mixed episodes, cyclothymia. To know more about types of bipolar Click here

What is bipolar disorder 2?

Bipolar 2 popularly known as manic depression is similar to bipolar 1. Type 1 deals with an oscillation of moods from high to low. Bipolar type 2 deals with hypomania (less-intensive elevated moods) for a prolonged time.

Most of the individuals who encounter bipolar 2 suffer episodes of depression more often. Some of the symptoms of bipolar 2 are rapid speech and flying from one topic to another without any link to other, overconfidence, high energy, hyperactivity, and sleeplessness.  

Anyway, bipolar disorder is a rare disease right?

I don’t think it is a rare case scenario. Because 4% of the human population across the globe suffers from bipolar disorder.

Are you concluding the people who encounter bipolar are geniuses?

Certainly, no bub! The researcher’s studies have proven that the individual with higher IQ and above average have the chance of developing bipolar comparing with the individual with below average IQ. For example, Newton developed bipolar because of his higher IQ. Know here how Newton encountered bipolar.”

Is it true what I heard, that ‘bipolar can be treated by medicines only’?  

Yes, medicines have an essential impact and its basic treatment too. Apart from everything an individual most needed recovery tool is self-help. The recovery tool makes the individual control the symptoms, exercise regularly to maintain sleep schedule, eats food which sounds healthy, keeping the positive thought, and avoiding stress.

At some conditions bipolar can be dangerous for the both suffering individual and the surroundings, so permanent recovery is the best way to get back the quality essence of life might be you are reading this blog for yourself or your adorable one. Get the best treatment for bipolar from Cadabam’s. Reach us @ +91 96111 94949

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