Depression: The Symptoms Of Bipolar Disorder

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Psychological processes are usually for survival and well-being. Our drives and feelings motivates survival-enhancing actions rather than uncomfortable or painful actions. But sometimes these processes could break down and become maladaptive. Drives become uncontrollable and emotions become overwhelming. Although it is common to experience such disturbances to some degree, sometimes they become so severe that they seriously interfere with person’s satisfying life. This phenomenon is called a mental disorder. In this paper, we are going to talk about depression specifically. Depression is a mental illness that a person experiences deep sadness and loses interest in most of activities. It is a state that contains temporary sadness, loneliness …show more content…
Bipolar disorder is a brain disorder that could almost destroy a person’s ability to function. They could result in poor job or school performance, poor relationship, or even suicide. But this bipolar disorder is treatable and people with this illness could live full and productive lives. Bipolar disorder usually occurs in late adolescence or early adulthood. Bipolar disorder is a long term illness that must be treated carefully. One common symptom of bipolar disorder is that it causes dramatic mood swings. It takes from overly high mood to sad and hopeless and back again. This mood swing affects severely in our energy and behavior throughout the day. High mood is called a manic episode that is characterized by extreme happiness, little to no sleep for activities and racing thoughts. Manic episodes often lead to family conflict or financial problems due to aggressive and impulsive mood. Low mood is described as a depressive episode where they experience extreme sadness, a lack of energy or interest in activities normally enjoyed, and feeling of hopelessness. This disorder is often described as an emotional roller coaster. A patient experiences in going up and down between strong …show more content…
It is a disorder that has a dangerous impact on person’s quality of life. When people claim to have depression, they often refers to major depressive disorder. When a person is going through major depressive disorder, he or she may experience a depressed mood, a lack of interest in activities normally enjoyed, and feelings of worthlessness and hopelessness. This mood disorder could destroy person’s life. It could only last a few weeks while it also could last as long as a year. It is likely for people who experience a major depressive disorder to have a recurrence of major

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