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    and pains more than being sad or upset. Another big difference between bipolar disorder in kids than adults is that the children's stages are usually a lot faster. Instead of the stages being separated by weeks or months, like adults, they could only be separated by one day. Teenagers are more like adults than young children when it comes to symptoms. Some common symptoms are mood swings, anger, anxiety, agitation, unwanted thoughts, confusion, racing thoughts, fast speaking, weight gain or weight loss, lack of sleep, fatigue, and delusion. Bipolar 2 is a less-intense version of Manic Disorder. Someone who is affected by bipolar 2 has at least one hypomanic episode and one episode of depression in their life. Hypomania is the state of elevated mood of irritation. Hypomania is much less severe than mania and it doesn’t impact your life as much. The hypomanic episodes that happen when you have bipolar 2 disorder has to last at least four days. Usually depression episodes happen more often and more intense than the hypomanic episodes. Most patients go to a doctor when they’re in the depressive stage so it’s hard for doctors to…

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    -major depression with mixed features- episode that meet the full criteria for a major depression combined with at least three symptoms of mania/hypomania, mainly elevated expansive mood, grandiosity, talkativeness, high energy and goal directed activities, decrease need for sleep and involvement in pleasurable activities. -manic/hypomania with mixed features- episode that meet the full criteria for a manic/hypomanic episode with at least three symptoms of major depression, mainly depressed…

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    12 Major Organs

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    There are 12 major organs in the human body. Each of these organs severe an important role in the proper functioning of the human body, but the organ that is responsible for all bodily functioning is the “Brain”. The Brain is located in the center of the body; and protected by the skull. Without the functioning of the brain, a human would be lifeless. The brain is sometimes compromised; by different diseases and disorders. Nevertheless, depending on the type of disorder/disease the human is…

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    spans across all socio-economic levels and ethnicities. Linked and similar to many psychological disorders such as depression or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, children who are diagnosed experience an array of endless and ever-changing symptoms. In a Guide for Families, The Balanced Mind Network, a program under the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance states three new forms of the pediatric bipolar disorder have been recently discovered. Bipolar 1 is mostly made up of manic…

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    Also a Discrimination and Stigma scale (DISC-11) was administered over the telephone (Thornicroft et al., 2009) to capture both the positive and negative discrimination experienced by the participants. The findings documented in relation to the research conducted by the researchers, focused on various types of discriminations obtained from the participants; described in different ways. The areas covered include organization decisions, mistreatment, social distance, stereotyping and being…

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    In between those periods, majority of people feel normal. There are several different types of bi polar disorders. Here are just a few examples: Bi Polar Disorder I: one or more manic episodes (or mixed episodes). Which is when you experience symptoms of depression and mania. Bi Polar Disorder II: one or more major depressive episodes and at least one episode of hypomania. Not Otherwise Specified (NOS): does not have a particular pattern of moods and behaviors. Cyclothymic: mild form of bi…

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    Ellen Waters Case Summary

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    when reactive to a negative life event. It appears that Ellen would benefit from psychopharmacology such as Depakote, lithium bicarbonate. However, it may also behoove us to consider using abilify to augment an SSRI-as long as the SSRI does not activate her hypomania (Beidel et al/ 2014). Ethically it would be best to boundary Ellen, to inform her that treating her with psychotherapy alone, is not in her best interest. Multiple studies that were reviewed and summarized conclude that…

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    Throughout the play the reader notices that the main character, Hamlet, has a very noticeable mental illness.Having spent time analysing exactly what this mental illness is, I have a strong belief that it could be considered bipolar disorder. Although many could see other illness fitting with Hamlet, bipolar disorder is the most apparent and noticeable. According to the mayo clinic the formal definition of bipolar disorder is “formerly called manic depression, is a mental health condition that…

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    Bipolar turmoil is a constant mental issue described by scenes of raised temperament, generally exchanging with scenes of sorrow. For the vast majority, bipolar confusion is a deeply rooted condition requiring progressing treatment. Bipolar I issue: This is described by at least one hyper scenes or blended scenes (indications of both madness and sadness) enduring no less than seven days. A man or woman will likewise encounter times of despondency with scenes lasting no less than two weeks. It is…

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    Theme Of Madness In Hamlet

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    Madness. Rarely has one small word developed such a complex meaning throughout history and in the modern era. Madness is frequently viewed as a product of manipulation, as a state of being mentally ill. The truth, however, is that madness is an intricate mean of expression. It provides an escape from reality, when one’s environment is the source of deep pain and confusion. In essence, madness is not a disease, but rather a coping mechanism that exposes a person’s demeanor and unconscious…

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