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What are the treatments used for bipolar disorder?

by Guest23227228  |  8 years, 6 month(s) ago

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Hi, doctor diagnosed that my friend have bipolar disorder, could you tell me the methods of treatments used for bipolar disorder, I need answer, thanks.

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  1. Kavita Martin

    Primary method of treatment for bipolar disorder is pharmacological intervention - medications.

  2. kate

    If your friend spots the signs of bipolar depression, don’t wait to get help. If you will ignore the problem won’t make it go away; in fact, it will almost certainly get worse. Living with untreated bipolar disorder can cause many problems related to everything from your career to your relationships to your health. Diagnosing the problem as early as possible and starting of proper treatment can help prevent these complications. If your friend reluctant to take treatment because he like the way you feel when you’re manic, remember that the energy and euphoria bring with a price. Mania and hypomania often changed destructive, hurting you and the people around you. Few basics of bipolar disorder treatments are:
    • Bipolar disorder needs long-term treatment: As the bipolar disorder is a chronic, relapsing illness that is why it is necessary to continue treatment even when your friend feeling better. Many people with bipolar disorder require medication in order to prevent new episodes and stay disorder-free.
    • There is no treatment other than medication: Medication alone is normally not enough to fully control the sign of bipolar disorder. One of the most authentic treatment procedures for bipolar disorder involves a combination of medication, therapy, change of lifestyle, and moral support.
    • It is advised to go to an experienced psychiatrist: Bipolar disorder is a complicated condition. Diagnosis can be tricky and treatment is often complex. For safety reasons, medication should be strictly monitored. A skilled psychiatrist who has qualified in bipolar disorder treatment can help you navigate these twists and turns easily.
     

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