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Treatment of Bipolar Disorder at Welling Homeopathy includes our specially formulated homeopathy treatment with customized non-habit-forming homeopathic medicines for complete cure.

Bipolar disorder, also known as manic depression, is a mental illness characterized by periods of depression and periods of elevated mood.

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Treatment of Bipolar Disorder

What is Bipolar Disorder?

Bipolar disorder is a mental illness that causes extreme mood swings. People with bipolar disorder have periods of depression and mania, or abnormally elevated moods. The symptoms can be mild to severe, but they usually last for only one day at a time. There are many different types of bipolar disorders, including:

• Manic-depressive type I

• Cyclothymic type II

• Hypomanic type III

Cause of Bipolar Disorder

The major causes of bipolar disorder are Causes

Bipolar Disorder has no known cause. It appears to run in families. Genetics probably play a role in determining whether a child develops bipolar disorder. However, there is still much we don’t know about how genes influence risk for developing bipolar disorder.

There is evidence suggesting that certain environmental factors increase your chance of getting bipolar disorder. These could include:

Family history—If you have a parent or sibling with bipolar disorder, you’re twice as likely to develop the condition yourself. This suggests that genetics may contribute to the development of bipolar disorder.

Stressful life events—These might include divorce, death of someone close, moving away from home, losing a job, etc. They also occur more often during times of stress.

Substance abuse—Alcohol and drugs affect neurotransmitters involved in regulating emotions. Some people who use alcohol or other substances become dependent on them. Dependence means that these chemicals keep working even after you stop using them.

Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder

The common symptoms of bipolar disorder include:

  • Extremely high energy levels
  • Low self-esteem
  • Irritability
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Sleep problems
  • Poor concentration
  • Fatigue
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Psychosis
  • Mania
  • Rapid cycling
  • Severe episodes
  • Mood changes between highs and lows

Mania is the defining feature of bipolar disorder and can occur with different levels of severity. With milder levels of mania, known as hypomania, individuals appear energetic, excitable, and may be highly productive. As mania worsens, individuals begin to exhibit erratic and impulsive behavior, often making poor decisions due to unrealistic ideas about the future, and sleep very little. At the most severe level, manic individuals can experience very distorted beliefs about the world known as psychosis. A depressive episode commonly follows an episode of mania. The biological mechanisms responsible for switching from a manic or hypomaniac episode to a depressive episode or vice versa remain poorly understood

Manic episodes

Mania is a distinct period of at least one week of elevated or irritable mood, which can take the form of euphoria, and exhibit three or more of the following behaviors (four if irritable , speak in a rapid, uninterruptible manner, are easily distracted, have racing thoughts, display an increase in goal-oriented activities or feel agitated, or exhibit behaviors characterized as impulsive or high-risk such as hyper sexuality or excessive money spending. To meet the definition for a manic episode, these behaviors must impair the individual’s ability to socialize or work. If untreated, a manic episode usually lasts three to six months.

Hypomanic episodes

Hypomania is a milder form of mania defined as at least four days of the same criteria as mania, but does not cause a significant decrease in the individual’s ability to socialize or work, lacks psychotic features (i.e., delusions or hallucinations), and does not require psychiatric hospitalization. Overall functioning may actually increase during episodes of hypomania and is thought to serve as a defense mechanism against depression. Hypomanic episodes rarely progress to true manic episodes. Some hypomanic people show increased creativity while others are irritable or demonstrate poor judgment. Hypomanic people generally have increased energy and increased activity levels.

Depressive episodes

Signs and symptoms of the depressive phase of bipolar disorder include persistent feelings of sadness, anxiety, guilt, anger, isolation, or hopelessness; disturbances in sleep and appetite; fatigue and loss of interest in usually enjoyable activities , problems concentrating; loneliness, self-loathing, apathy or indifference; depersonalization, loss of interest in sexual activity; shyness or social anxiety; irritability, chronic pain (with or without a known cause); lack of motivation; and morbid suicidal thoughts. In severe cases, the individual may become psychotic, a condition also known as severe bipolar depression with psychotic features. These symptoms include delusions or, less commonly, hallucinations, which are usually frightening and/or intimidating. A major depressive episode persists for at least two weeks, and may continue for over six months if left untreated.

Mixed affective episodes

In the context of bipolar disorder, a mixed state is a condition during which symptoms of both mania and depression occur at the same time. Individuals experiencing a mixed state may have manic symptoms such as grandiose thoughts while at the same time experiencing depressive symptoms such as excessive guilt or feeling suicidal. Mixed states are considered to be high-risk for suicidal behavior since depressive emotions such as hopelessness are often paired with mood swings or difficulties with impulse control. Anxiety disorder occurs more frequently as a co-morbidity in mixed bipolar episodes than in nonmixed bipolar depression or mania.

Types Of Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar I 

There is at least one manic episode. The manic episode may be preceded by or followed by hypomanic or major depressive episodes. Mania symptoms cause significant impairment in your life and may require hospitalization or trigger a break from reality (psychosis).

Bipolar II

There is at least one major depressive episode lasting at least two weeks and at least one hypomanic episode lasting at least four days, but you’ve never had a manic episode. Major depressive episodes or the unpredictable changes in mood and behavior can cause distress or difficulty in areas of yours  life.

Cyclothymic disorder

You’ve had at least two years — or one year in children and teenagers — of numerous periods of hypomania symptoms (less severe than a hypomanic episode) and periods of depressive symptoms (less severe than a major depressive episode). During that time, symptoms occur at least half the time and never go away for more than two months. Symptoms cause significant distress in important areas of your life.

Bipolar disorder NOS (not otherwise specified) –

This is a catchall category, diagnosed when the disorder does not fall within a specific subtype. Bipolar NOS can still significantly impair and adversely affect the quality of life of the patient.

Diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder

Psychological examination.

Mood Charting

Homeopathy Treatment for Bipolar Disorder

  Homoeopathy offers treatment that is safe, gentle and without any side effects, it works at a deeper level helping to improve immunity and removes problems from the root cause. In cases of Mental conditions, it works very well and those cases where anti-depressant and anti-psychotic medicines are used can be gradually tapered off with the help of homoeopathic medicines and general well-being can be achieved.

Best Five Homeopathy Remedies for Bipolar Disorder

As a senior homeopathy doctor, I have treated many patients with bipolar disorder using homeopathic remedies. Homeopathy is a natural and holistic approach to healing that focuses on treating the whole person, not just the symptoms of the disease. When it comes to treating bipolar disorder, there are many different homeopathic remedies that can be effective, but here are the best five remedies that I have found to be most helpful:

  1. Argentum nitricum: This remedy is best suited for people with bipolar disorder who have a lot of anxiety and nervousness. They may experience sudden mood swings, feel restless and impulsive, and have a fear of heights or crowds.
  2. Lycopodium: This remedy is best suited for people with bipolar disorder who have low self-esteem and feel insecure. They may experience mood swings that alternate between anger and depression, have a fear of failure, and crave sweets.
  3. Natrum muriaticum: This remedy is best suited for people with bipolar disorder who tend to suppress their emotions and feelings. They may experience mood swings that alternate between sadness and happiness, have a fear of rejection, and crave salt.
  4. Ignatia: This remedy is best suited for people with bipolar disorder who are highly sensitive and emotional. They may experience mood swings that alternate between laughter and tears, have a fear of loss, and crave spicy food.
  5. Nux vomica: This remedy is best suited for people with bipolar disorder who are irritable and easily angered. They may experience mood swings that alternate between depression and anger, have a fear of failure, and crave stimulants such as coffee and alcohol.

Each of these remedies is unique and should be prescribed based on the individual’s symptoms and personality traits. Homeopathy is a personalized approach to healing, and it is important to choose the remedy that best matches the patient’s symptoms and overall constitution. As a senior homeopathy doctor, I have found that these five remedies are the most effective for treating bipolar disorder, but it is important to consult with a trained homeopathic practitioner to determine the best treatment plan for each individual patient.

Permanent Cure for Bipolar Disorder

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