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Overcome Bipolar Disorder with Professional Help

Bipolar disorder is a common disorder that many people suffer from. It generally occurs when exposed to high amounts of stress, but it can form over time.

When bipolar disorder begins you may encounter dramatic and unexpected mood swings, be unmotivated to take care of yourself, and be irritable with those around you.

Bipolar disorder isn’t the same as mood swings. Did you know that bipolar disorder affects women more than men?

Bipolar disorder doesn’t have to be your life. You don’t have to live with the highs and lows all the time. You can manage it with professional help.

Common Signs That You May Have a Bipolar Disorder

A Bipolar disorder features both high and low points, so symptoms vary. Some of the most common symptoms include:

  • Dramatic and unexpected mood changes from being sad to extremely overactive.
  • Depression and overwhelming sadness.
  • A loss of interest in the things that you used to love.
  • Insomnia and changes to your eating and sleep patterns.
  • Feelings of guilt, worthlessness, and low self-esteem.
  • Unmotivated to take care of yourself and your appearance.
  • A boost in energy and activity.
  • Increased mood that makes you feel like you can take on the world.
  • Feeling irritable with objects and people around you.
  • Increase in thinking and speech patterns.
  • Increased sex drive and the need for intimacy.
  • Lack of insight and consequences while being reckless.

Your Approach to Getting Better

A lack of insight, feeling unmotivated, and dramatic mood swings are very common signs of a bipolar disorder. You don’t have to feel this way.

You can change your life to feel much calmer and in control. You just need to be willing to make the change happen.

The first step is recognising that you have bipolar disorder by being professionally diagnosed.

The next step is learning all you can about the condition so you know what to expect when going through it.

The third step is reaching out for help from a professional psychologist.

You can feel normal and in control again. You don’t have to let bipolar disorder run your life.

How Does a Bipolar Disorder Start?

This disorder can begin from a number of factors, but the overall cause isn’t completely known yet. The factors that contribute to this condition include:

  • An underlying medical condition that compromises your health and wellbeing.
  • Different changes in your everyday life and environment that gives you great stress.
  • Brain chemicals which are unbalanced, overactive or underactive.
  • A family history of other people in the family who have the disorder.

Bipolar disorder doesn’t have to keep you from doing the things you love. With help from Life Resolutions you can live a normal life again. Let us help.

Where is Our Bipolar Disorder Service Located?

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To find out how we can help call today on 1300 668 256