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14 Early Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder You Shouldn’t Ignore Check it out.



This disorder was brought to the fore several years ago when Catherine Zeta-Jones was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

Catherine Zeta-Jones


Millions of people suffer from this, and I’m just one of them. I say this out loud so that people know that there is no shame in seeking professional help in such a situation.

Largely due to the courage of the black-haired Hollywood diva, other celebrities began to admit that they were experiencing this psychosis: Mariah Carey, Mel Gibson, Ted Turner … Doctors suggest bipolar disorder and already deceased famous people: Kurt Cobain, Jimi Hendrix, Ernest Hemingway, Vivien Leigh, Marilyn Monroe…

The enumeration of familiar names is only necessary to show that psychosis is very close to you. And maybe even you.

What is bipolar disorder

At first glance, it’s okay. Just mood swings. For example, in the morning you want to sing and dance for the joy that you live. In the middle of the day, you suddenly snap at colleagues who distract you from something important. By evening, a severe depression rolls over you, when you can’t even raise your hand … Familiar?

The line between mood swings and manic-depressive psychosis (this is the second name of this disease) is thin. But she is.

The attitude of those who suffer from bipolar disorder constantly jumps between the two poles. From an extreme maximum (“What a thrill it is to just live and do something!”) to an equally extreme minimum (“Everything is bad, we will all die. So, maybe there is nothing to wait, it’s time to lay hands on yourself ?!”). The highs are called periods of mania. The lows are periods of depression.

A person realizes how stormy he is and how often these storms have no reason, but he cannot do anything with himself.

Manic-depressive psychosis exhausts, worsens relationships with others, dramatically reduces the quality of life and, as a result, can lead to suicide.

Where does bipolar disorder come from

Mood swings are familiar to many and are not considered something out of the ordinary. Therefore, bipolar disorder is quite difficult to diagnose. However, scientists are getting better at it. In 2005, for example, about 5 million Americans were estimated to suffer from some form of manic-depressive psychosis.

Bipolar disorder is more common in women than in men. Why is not known.

However, despite the large statistical sample, the exact causes of bipolar disorders have not yet been clarified. It is only known that:

  1. Manic-depressive psychosis can occur at any age. Although it appears most often in late adolescence and early adulthood.
  2. It can be caused by genetics. If one of your ancestors had this disease, there is a risk that it will knock on your door too.
  3. The disorder is associated with an imbalance of chemicals in the brain. Mainly serotonin.
  4. The trigger is sometimes severe stress or injury.

How to Recognize the Early Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder

To capture unhealthy mood swings, you first need to find out if you are experiencing emotional extremes — mania and depression.

7 Key Signs of Mania

  1. You experience high spirits and a feeling of happiness for long (several hours or more) periods.
  2. You have a reduced need for sleep.
  3. You speak fast. And so much so that those around you do not always understand, and you do not have time to formulate your thoughts. As a result, it is easier for you to communicate in instant messengers or through emails than to talk to people live.
  4. You are an impulsive person: first you act, then you think.
  5. You are easily distracted and jump from one thing to another. As a result, productivity often suffers.
  6. You are confident in your abilities. It seems to you that you are faster and smarter than most of those around you.
  7. You often exhibit risky behavior. For example, agreeing to have sex with a stranger, buying something that you can’t afford, participating in spontaneous street races at traffic lights.

7 key signs of depression

  1. You often experience protracted (several hours or more) periods of unmotivated sadness and hopelessness.
  2. You withdraw into yourself. It’s hard for you to come out of your own shell. Therefore, you limit contacts even with family and friends.
  3. You have lost interest in those things that used to really cling to you, and have not gained anything new in return.
  4. Your appetite has changed: it has dropped sharply or, on the contrary, you no longer control how much and what exactly you eat.
  5. You regularly feel tired and lack energy. And such periods go on for quite a long time.
  6. You have problems with memory, concentration and decision making.
  7. Do you sometimes think about suicide? Catch yourself thinking that life has lost its taste for you.

Manic-depressive psychosis is when you recognize yourself in almost all the situations described above. At some point in your life, you clearly show signs of mania, and at other times, symptoms of depression.

However, sometimes it also happens that the symptoms of mania and depression manifest themselves at the same time and you cannot understand which phase you are in. This condition is called mixed mood and is also one of the signs of bipolar disorder.

What is bipolar disorder like

Depending on which episodes occur more often (manic or depressive) and how pronounced they are, bipolar disorder is divided into several types.

  1. Disorder of the first type. It is heavy, alternating periods of mania and depression are strong and deep.
  2. Disorder of the second type. Mania does not manifest itself too brightly, but it covers with depression just as globally as in the case of the first type. By the way, Catherine Zeta-Jones was diagnosed with it. In the case of the actress, the trigger for the development of the disease was throat cancer, which her husband, Michael Douglas, fought for a long time.

Regardless of the type of manic-depressive psychosis in question, the disease in any case requires treatment. And preferably faster.

What to do if you suspect you have bipolar disorder

Don’t ignore your feelings. If you are familiar with 10 or more of the above signs, this is already a reason to consult a doctor. Especially if from time to time you catch yourself in suicidal moods.

First, go to a therapist. The doctor will suggest that you do several tests, including a urine test, as well as a blood test for the level of thyroid hormones. Often, hormonal problems (in particular, developing diabetes, hypo- and hyperthyroidism) are similar to bipolar disorder. It is important to exclude them. Or treat if found.

The next step will be a visit to a psychologist or psychiatrist. You will have to answer questions about your lifestyle, mood swings, relationships with others, childhood memories, trauma, and family history of illness and drug incidents.

Based on the information received, the specialist will prescribe treatment. It can be both behavioral therapy and medication.

Let’s finish with the phrase of the same Catherine Zeta-Jones: “There is no need to endure. Bipolar disorder can be controlled. And it’s not as difficult as it seems.»

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Most manic states in affective psychoses, like depression, are atypical. One of the variants of atypical manias are manic states, referred to as «mania without mania» (by analogy with the term «depression without depression», according to R. Priori, 1969), observed in approximately 10% of cases. They were first described by M.A. Morozova (1989). The leading symptom in the mental state of patients in these cases is motor excitation, which is not accompanied by an increase in the rate of ideational reactions. With a preserved ability to concentrate, the productivity of thinking, on the contrary, decreases. Patients in the presence of such mania are mobile, talkative, gesticulate a lot, easily establish contacts. Increased activity characteristic of manic patients is characterized by monotony and low productivity, but with an overvalued attitude to activity. Atypical in these cases is the actual manic affect. It is lustrous. The feeling of completeness of physical well-being and comfort, characteristic of mania, is not combined with a feeling of joy and fun, but, on the contrary, is accompanied by irritability or anger. The tendency to overestimate the possibilities of one’s own personality in these cases does not go beyond the exaggeration of actual events. Violations of somatovegetative functions are insignificant and are expressed mainly in violation of sleep and appetite. The duration of such a manic state can reach 1 year.

Most often, with affective psychoses, manifest phases develop with a picture of psychopathic mania (more than in half of the cases). Their development occurs quickly, within 4-5 days. The average duration of such manifest mania is 4-5 months.

Manifest manic states of the type of classic cheerful mania are observed in 20% of patients. They also develop quickly — within 1 week and last an average of 3-4 months. In some cases, manic states develop with particular severity within 1-2 days, at the height of affect, manic delirium and (or) ideational confusion appear.

Mixed states . With bipolar varieties of affective psychosis, mixed states can develop [Sosyukalo O. O., 1989]. Some of them can be considered typical and mixed states, formed by the type of replacement of individual components of the affective triad of one pole with psychopathological disorders related to the affective triad of the opposite affective pole — inhibited and associative-slowed mania, hyperactive and associative-accelerated depression; others refer to atypical mixed states that are formed as a result of joining the typical affective triad of one pole of individual disorders that are phenomenologically related to the individual components of the affective triad of the opposite pole — dysphoria-like, hypochondriacal and asthenic mania.

Most often, atypical affective syndromes develop with a monopolar course of affective psychosis, they are also significant in cases of a bipolar course of the disease with a predominance of any one of the poles of affective disorders (depressive or manic).

Features of depressive and manic manifest states in different types of affective psychosis . Monopolar depressive affective psychosis in most cases begins with reactive and endoreactive depressions, the clinical picture of which is dominated by atypical depression syndromes with anxiety-phobic, astheno-adynamic and senesto-hypochondriac manifestations. In cases where psychosis develops according to type monopolar mania , the disease manifests itself with the clinical picture of an atypical manic state, designated as «mania without mania». For bipolar affective psychosis with a predominance of depressive disorders, the manifestation of the disease is characterized by endoreactive phases with a clinical picture of anxiety-phobic depression or depression approaching the classic variant of endogenous depression. In these cases, the proportion of endogenous disorders increases.

The bipolar type of affective psychosis with a predominance of manic disorders is most characteristic of manifest manic phases, the clinical picture of which is dominated by affective disorders of the type of psychopathic mania. In cases with a distinctly bipolar type of course I of endogenous affective psychosis, the depressive states that the disease manifests in their structure belong to classical endogenous depression with a picture of typical dreary melancholy or classic cheerful mania.

In patients with monopolar endogenous affective psychosis, regardless of the pole of phasic affective disorders (depressive or manic), the development of a manifest affective syndrome is more often gradual, over several weeks, and if depressive disorders, regardless of the structure of depression (reactive, endoreactive, endogenous), increase lytic within 2-5 weeks, then the development of the manic manifest phase is even slower, sometimes dragging on up to 3-4 months. The reverse dynamics of the affective syndrome in monopolar varieties of affective psychosis is also gradual. The exit from the affective phase continues for 3-4 weeks. During this period, as a rule, asthenovegetative disorders persist for a long time in the form of increased fatigue, tearfulness, irritability, or transient anxiety associated with the upcoming discharge from the hospital.

With all varieties of bipolar endogenous affective psychosis, regardless of the ratio of different poles of affect in the picture of the disease, the manifest phase is characterized by the acute development of an affective syndrome with a rapid, within 3-4 days, increase in depressive or manic symptoms and the same critical, within a few days, the completion of affective disorders with a complete exit from the state and restoration of the previous working capacity (patients “as if waking up from an illness”).

Manifest affective phases in certain varieties of the course of affective psychosis also differ in duration. The most protracted (4-12 months) are affective states, which are manifested by monopolar affective psychosis, both depressive and manic (78 and 83.3%, respectively). On the contrary, the shortest duration of phasic-affective disorders during the manifestation of the disease (up to 3 months) is observed in bipolar variants of the course, especially in clearly bipolar ones — in 78.

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