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Antipsychotic medications are sometimes used for treatment when individuals are in a manic episode or a depressive episode. They vary in their effectiveness for treating these episodes. Your doctor will help you choose the best one for you. Be Patient! All...
About one in every 160 people (0.6%) develop bipolar disorder at some point in their life. It affects men and women at equal rates, and it’s found among all ages, races, ethnic groups, and social classes. There is no simple answer to what causes bipolar disorder....
Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depression, is a treatable psychiatric disorder marked by extreme changes in mood, thoughts, behaviors, activity, and sleep. A person with bipolar disorder will experience intense emotional states or "mood episodes," shifting from...
Depression is different from just “feeling blue.” People with depression experience severe symptoms that interfere with their daily life. Learn more
A healthy environment of family support can be vital to recovery from schizophrenia. Family and friends can help in many ways.
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