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Bipolar Affective Disorder
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Bipolar Affective Disorder Introduction Bipolar disorder is commonly known as maniac-depressive disorder, it is a neurological condition that is responsible for alteration in mood, daily tasks, level of energy as well as involvement in any activity. The condition is dissimilar to the routine mood swings.… The condition could be observed in teen age,…
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Seasonal Affective Disorder
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Name Instructor Task Date Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Introduction Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a disease that is occasional in the winter season and is a depression that a person experiences that might cause further destruction of human infirmity when untreated early.… In the essay, the controversy of nature and nurture, the person-environment…
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(adults with schizoaffective disorder)
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The literature on schizo-affective disorder suggests that it is part of a spectrum that includes schizophrenia and a mood disorder, which is usually depression. One of the interventions that has been shown to work with the schizophrenia spectrum is Cognitive Behavior Therapy… The second and third aspects of the paper will also discuss how a family member saw…
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Assignment
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Every year in America, approximately 12.5 million patients seek for therapeutic treatment and various related problems management (Rohan, 16). The condition can be… One such holiday to a country that is sunny will surely enhance the symptoms for the duration spent in the sun (Eastwood, Jennifer, Sam, & Jennifer, 26). The second technique is light therapy…
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Archives of General Psychiatry
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The article reveals of how individuals with high levels of nicotine or smokers are affected by biomarkers in the treatment of… e article is therefore aimed at conducting experiments whose results would be aimed at finding out which receptors have an impact on schizophrenic individuals. The procedures applied in determining the receptors which have an effect…
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Bipolar Disorder
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This paper is focused on the origin of the bipolar disorder. According to the text, mood disorders, such as this, being a quite common mental disturbance can occur to people of all ages and from all walks of life. Besides, it can affect children, teenagers, and adults. … The term “mood,” by mere definition, is described as what a person feels within, for…
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The effects of winter on ones mood
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Many people dislike winter. This season, with its short days and gloomy mornings, makes them to be depressed. They suffer with sleeping problems, feel anxiety; they eat too much carbohydrate foods and, consequently, gain overweight. All these conditions disrupt routine life pattern.… with distance from the equator a number of affected persons is bigger. There…
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Biopolar Disorder
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The present paper "Bipolar Disorder" aims to explore the causes, symptoms, coexisting illnesses and treatment methodology of bipolar disorder, so that the myths and misconceptions about this psychiatric disease could be removed on the foundations of facts and reality.… Bipolar disorder refers to the psychiatric problem that causes fits of extreme depression,…
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Schizoaffective disorder
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The understanding of schizoaffective disorder is very important given the increasing prevalence of the disease among adults and its significant effects on the cognitive, emotional and behavioral patterns of the people affected. … Each of the treatment types aims all focusing on recovery of the patient and symptom management. This paper gives the definition…
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Bipolar Disorder
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The study provides a brief description as well as the categories of bipolar disorder. The review of research literature suggests recommendations that would aid in drawing the clear boundaries of bipolar disorder and, thus, would reduce the number of misdiagnosis of the disorder.… Center of discussion in this paper is bipolar disorder as a disease with subtle…
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Dysthymic Mood Disorder
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A Mood disorder such as dysthymia disorder which is also known as persistent depressive disorder is a mood disorder that is a long term chronic depression, which hinders an individual from functioning properly and enjoying life… However, there are diagnosis, treatments and other factors that are involved in recovery that will be discussed in this paper when…
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Bipolar Disorder
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Name Professor Course Date BipolarDisorder The term Bipolar Disorder or in other words, Manic-Depression Illness (MDI) is quite common these days. It has been diagnosed in teens and adults. But what exactly is Bipolar Disorder. It can be termed as a phase in which a person can have different mood swings.… Also throwing tantrums, high level of restlessness and…
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Bipolar Disorder Paper
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The term 'bipolar disorder ' is used to describe patterns of manic or hypomanic behavior (with elevated, expansive or irritable moods) that may or may not alternate with episodes of clinical depression. The word 'hypomania' comes from the Greek and means 'less than mania'.… It is now common to distinguish Bipolar I and Bipolar II disorders from one another,…
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Etiology of bipolar disorder
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According to the latest figures it affects 5.7 million Americans presently and its existence in rest of the world is well recognized (Duckworth,… ological but lately intensive psychotherapy is being increasingly recognized as a better alternative, although absolute therapy is still considered to be in its experimental stages. There have numerous studies to…
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Manic depression disorder
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Manic Depressive Disorder Manic Depressive Disorder Manic depressive disorder is today referred to as Bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder or manic disorder is a major affective disorder that affects the moods of the patients dramatically.… A patient may feel elated at one time and at another he or she may feel depressed extremely. Bipolar can be defined by the…
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Obsessive-compulsive disorder
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[Author’s Name] Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, Text Revision (DSM-IV, TR) provides the diagnostic criteria for this anxiety disorder (American Psychiatric Association 456-463).… Compulsions are defined as repetitive behaviors, or mental acts,…
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Exploring the factors behind medication non-compliance among patient with bi-polar disorder
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Holistic and Collaborative Treatment Approach: A Possible Approach that May Reduce Nonadherence to Medication of Patients with Bipolar Disorder Contents Contents 1 Chapter 1 Introduction 3 1.0. Introduction 3 1.2. Aims of the Research 4 1.3. Research Question 4 1.4.… Role of Nurses: A Re-look of their Role in Bipolar Disorder Care 15 2.4. Role of Organisations…
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Social Anxiety Disorder
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This discussion, Social Anxiety Disorder, presents social anxiety disorder which originally referred to as social phobia is a disorder where those affected suffer from excessive fear and anxiety of social situations for duration of more than six months. … This paper highlights that people are born with SAD hence the argument that biological…
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Bipolar Disorder
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Bipolar Disorder Class Title August 2, 2012 Bipolar Disorder Introduction Bipolar disorder, sometimes referred to as manic-depressive disorder, is an emotional disorder that is characterized by mood swings consisting of depressive lows to manic highs.… With bipolar disorder comes many complications, but there are equally as many treatments in the ongoing…
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Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder
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Bipolar affective disorder is a common and severe form of mental illness, which manifests predominantly as affective, cognitive and behavioral abnormality. A patient is diagnosed with bipolar disorder based not only on a current episode of major depression but also on a past… Patients’ successful coping with treatment and medication can change the course of…
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Bipolar Disorder I research Paper
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Bipolar Disorder I Introduction Bipolar disorder is a mental disease that has been categorized as a mood disorder in psychiatry (Pomeroy and Wamba, 2002); this mental illness is a lifelong disorder because lasts throughout one’s lifetime and it is mood disorders are the most prevalent chronic psychiatric disorders of adult life (Craddock & Forty, 2006).…
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Bipolar disorder type 1
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Bipolar I disorder affects people from all walks of life including children and adults. The disorder is characterized by a case of at least one… Treatment is demanding with stakeholders having to deal with the commitments and outcomes that come with treatment and post-treatment procedures. Society has to address the needs of such patients hence need for…
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Bipolar disorder
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The difference between bipolar disorder and unipolar disorder, also called major depression, is that bipolar disorder involves energized or activated mood states in addition to depressed mood states. Mood… These episodes cause unusual and severe shifts in mood, energy, and behavior that interfere drastically with normal, healthy functioning. Bipolar disorder…
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Nursing Essay on Alternative Therapy
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Alterative Therapy [Instructor Name] Annotated Bibliography Lam, R., Levitt, A., Levitan, R., Enns, M., Morehouse, R., Michalak, E., et al. (2006). The Can-SAD Study: A Randomized Controlled Trial of the Effectiveness of Light Therapy and Fluoxetine in Patients With Winter Seasonal Affective Disorder.… This shows that these authors have the commitment to…
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Borderline Personality Disorder
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This is type of disorder that affects a significant percentage of people because of the unfriendly experiences them underwent in… It could also be due to the influence of their genetic constitution. There is therefore a need to understand all the causes of BPD, their prevention and treatment measures and the cultural issues around it. Borderline personality…
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