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Petra Jurina. Bi. BIPOLAR DISORDER F.31. Definition. = manic-depressive illness bi - means two; pol/o means extreme - brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in a person’s moods, energy and ability to function - symptoms are severe - cycles last days, weeks, months

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petra jurina

Petra Jurina

Bi

BIPOLARDISORDER

F.31.

definition
Definition

= manic-depressive illness

bi- means two; pol/o means extreme

- brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in a person’s moods, energy and ability to function

- symptoms are severe

- cycles last days, weeks, months

- first manic or depressive episode usually

inadolescence

classification
Classification

Bipolar I

- classic manic-depressive

- most severe

- at least one manic or mixed episode

Bipolar II

- episodes of hypomania and severe depression

- at least one hypomanic and one major depressive episode

Cyclothymia /cyclothymic disorder

– hypomania and mild depression

- highs and downs aren’t so severe

etiology
Etiology

no single cause

- heredity - 2/3 of bipolar patients have family history of mental disorders

- biological differences -abnormal levels of certain chemicals (dopamine)

- enviromental factors - stress, abuse, significant loss or other traumatic experiences

risk factors
Risk factors

- having blood relatives (parent, sibling) with bipolar disorder

- periods of high stress

- drug or alcohol abuse

- major life changes (death of a loved one)

- being between 15 and 30 years old

symptoms
Symptoms
  • Mania
  • - euphoria
  • - inflated self-esteem
  • - decreased need for sleep
  • excessive talkativeness
  • grandiosity
  • distractability
  • - pursuit of risky behaviors
  • or activities
  • - increased sociability
  • Depression
  • - loss of interest in activities
  • previously enjoyed
  • changes in appetite
  • (weight gain/loss )
  • - changes in sleep patterns
  • (difficulty sleeping /oversleeping)
  • - agitation
  • loss of energy
  • trouble concentrating, thinking
  • - repeated thoughts of suicide,death
diagnosis
Diagnosis
  • medical history
  • physical exam
  • lab tests (blood& urine)
  • - pshycological examination
  • - mood charting
treatment
Treatment
  • hospitalization (suicidal behaviour/
  • detachedfrom reality, psychotic)
  • - initial treatment
  • - continued treatment
  • - substance abuse treatment
treatment1
Treatment

- medications - lithium

- anticonvulsans lamotrigine, valproate

- antidepressants - tricyclics, MAO inhibitors

- antipsychotics - olanzapine, risperidone

- benzodiazepines

- psychotherapy - cognitive behavioral therapy

- education

- family therapy

- group therapy and other

- Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)

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reference
Reference

http://en.wikipedia.org

http://www.mayoclinic.com/