Bipolar Disorder: The Story of Depressed People. We meet a lot of people on the walk whose behavior seems a bit strange. Some people get angry very easily, while some people break down in tears for trivial reasons. Some people are drowning in despair morning and evening. Very few people have the question in their minds – is it innate or a reflection of a problem?

Medical science has found a strange disease called bipolar disorder by researching people who are suddenly angry, broke down in tears, and depressed. Bipolar disorder is a mental illness that slowly alienates a person and plunges him into a deep sea of ​​despair.

Mood swings are a very common occurrence in a person’s life. Many events in the vicinity act as influences for such a mental change in a person. But there are obstacles when a person cannot cope with his daily routine. This can be for a specific period of time or occasion and in many cases for a lifetime. However, it is possible to get rid of this disease through proper treatment and counseling. But most people do not know if he or anyone around him is suffering from this disease.

Bipolar disorder can be easily detected by looking at some of the symptoms.

1. Feeling extra excited for no reason or frustrated for no reason.
2. Repeatedly changing moods and failing to cope without any influence or a very minor effect.
3. To speak too fast or too loud or to be reluctant to speak.
4. Not getting enough sleep.
5. Being reluctant to eat in moderation.

. Unnecessary interest in risky work and in some cases suicidal tendencies.
. Feeling we have ‘Run out of gas’ emotionally.

Although in some cases the symptoms may vary depending on gender, age, and social status. However, bipolar disorder is curable in all cases. The patient and the people around him must come forward to cure this disease. Appropriate help and amicable behavior should be done without leaving introverted people alone or without realizing their mistakes. Through self-control and social support, one bipolar disorder patient can lead a normal life like ten others.

 

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