Depression Cure for Manic Depression: The Open Secret to Being Bipolar Depression Free for Life With Tips That Guarantees Depression Free Naturally and Avoid Major Depressive Disorder!

by Brian Jeff
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Publisher: Eljays Publishing

Publication Date: June 17, 2016

ISBN: 9781311413734

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Has it always been like this for you? I mean you can't remember the last time when something good happened to you. Yes, you have always been feeling blue. Nothing goes right!

As a matter of fact, you hate all those people who are always so excited about everything. Are you the only one who God has been so unkind to?

Well, if your answer is a yes to most of these questions above, then you may actually be suffering from a psychiatric disorder commonly known as manic depression.

By the way, the truth is that manic depression is a mood disorder wherein abnormally elevated energy levels can be found. And as usual, when it happens, depression, mania, hallucination and delusions are some of the common things which can be associated with it.

Alright, let me slow down, I don't want you to feel like you are perhaps the only one with this disorder. The truth is that you are not alone… but wait a minute; did you know that Vincent Van Gogh was believed to have suffered from this particular bipolar disorder?

Anyway, manic depression is also known as bipolar disorder. As a matter of fact, it is a challenge that can be termed a kind of serious life long struggle! However, this psychotic disorder can be identified in three stages; Bipolar I, Bipolar II, cyclothymia and major depression.

This illness damages the person's ability to work, sleep, eat or function normally. The mood is known in this condition to vary from periods of excitement to periods of depression.
Yes, by that I mean, when one feels so severely depressed, he or she gets prone towards more irresponsible and improper behavior….

As you would expect, these behaviors which can vary from poor judgments to wild spending sprees to extreme irritability, provocative and aggressive behavior … all these are various symptoms of the bipolar disorder.

On the other hand, depressive disorder is characterized by some distinct behaviors.