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People I'm close to keep telling me they think I'm bipolar? What are tale-tell signs someone

Author : Grace

Submitted : 2017-06-12 00:44:17    Popularity:     

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in my experience, when i was a kid, my bipolar issues showed through my sleep issues. i wasnt able to sleep for long periods of time, and then i slept non stop

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in my experience, when i was a kid, my bipolar issues showed through my sleep issues. i wasnt able to sleep for long periods of time, and then i slept non stop for a couple days. same thing with eating; i would eat non stop for a couple days, then i would have no appetite right after. if u notice that u never feel the same on any given day, you probably have some sort of instability in your brain. talk to a doctor :)

Fart non stop!

Hi there, I’m glad you decided to reach out for some advice today. Bipolar disorder can look different depending on the person. If you’re concerned you’re dealing with mental health issues, it’s important that let you let someone close to you know how you’re feeling. A family member, close friend, counselor, therapist, psychiatrist, or general doctor would be a good place to start. Working together, you can get some answers, come up with some healthy coping skills, and have the long-term support you deserve. Know that you’re not alone in these concerns and there is always someone available to help.

PF, Counselor

for bipolar, depression minimum lasts 2 weeks - average several months , mania minimum 3 days - average two weeks.

Average for people with bipolar disorder is 4-5 mood switches per year.

For example: 3 months depressed, 1 week manic, then 5 months depressed, 3 weeks manic, then 3 months depressed

People who experience mood swings daily / hourly and less than the minimum i listed, are diagnosed usually with Borderline Personality Disorder.

One of the differences between borderline and bipolar mood swings other that frequency, is causes.

Borderline swings are usually caused by environmental stressors like interpersonal rejection, friendship issues, work stress, etc.

Bipolar swings are often seasonal, triggered by sleep deprivation, but most of the time just cycle randomly. Someone with bipolar disorder will experience an episode regardless of what their environment is and how their life is going.

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Tell-tale, not tale-tell.

They could just mean that your moods swing more than usual.

I doubt that they are all psychologists, so you don't need to worry about possibly having BPD.

If, in time, you DO develop BPD, instead of fighting it or denying it, try learning how best to live with it.

It takes a long time to diagnose. Just be sure they won't confuse it with something else, like borderline. You should read about BPD and compare it with bipolar. Symptoms may look the same at times but treatment is different.

When you're often sad and depressed, hard to please, very very irratible



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