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Can Spirituality Trigger Schizophrenia?Bipolar Disorder (manic depression) – Royal College of … – How common is bipolar disorder? About 1 in every 100 adults has bipolar disorder at some point in their life. It usually starts during or after the teenage years….

What is Bipolar Disorder? – Bipolar Research – Stanford … – The Bipolar and Depression Research Program is a clinical research program focused on treatment of individuals with bipolar and major depressive disorders directed by ……

Mood Swings, Bipolar Disorder – Self Test » Dr. Grant … – Depression is the most frequent form of mood disorder. Bipolar disorder, or what used to be called “manic depression” is the next most common….

People with bipolar disorder are at a greater risk of suicide. Learn about the warning signs….

What is bipolar disorder? Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depression, is a mood disorder characterized by exaggerated mood swings. Bipolar means two ……

I also have auditory hallucinations as well as visual and tactile. There are two forms of visual hallucinations: The first is a series of hallucinations I have had ……

Ideas, information & stories for people affected by bipolar disorder (by Robin Mohilner)…

Bipolar Disorder message board, open discussion, and online support group….

Bipolar disorder, also known by its older name “manic depression,” is a mental disorder that is characterized by serious mood swings. A person with bipolar disorder ……

Does anyone else experience this, hearing music in your head? I am glad this forum is anonymous, and supportive, because sometimes I wonder about myself….

What is bipolar disorder? Lots of people have ups and downs and are familiar with the experience of mood swings. Bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression or ……

Jul 16, 2008 · Feedback; July 16, 2008 Patient Voices: Bipolar Disorder. What is it like to have bipolar disorder? To be labeled “crazy”? How do you balance the ups and ……

CNS Spectrums: Bridging the clinical information needs of psychiatrists and neurologists. Featuring content on: addictive disorders, anxiety disorders, ADHD, autism ……

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