Let’s talk about Bipolar Disorder
Posts about Bipolar Disorder (BP1, BP2, Cyclothymic disorder) symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, advice and support.
Researchers have identified genetic risk factors for developing bipolar disorder and psychoses among people with depression. In the longer term, the results may contribute to ensuring the correct diagnosis is made earlier, so that the patients can receive the correct treatment as quickly as possible.
So, borderpolar. After all, this is what this blog is, or better was, all about. In simple words, borderpolar is the comorbidity of bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorder. The article would basically stop here, or this blog would not even exist, if the definition was all that mattered. Both disorders have been researched to quite a significant extend after all. What this article focuses on is the impact of this dual diagnosis on a patient’s life and the lack of optimal borderpolar treatment.
Since you are reading this post, you are probably searching for borderpolar symptoms. Is there a “borderpolar test”? Well, look no further then, as this post aims to address exactly that. First of all, “borderpolar” is not an official term, and it does not describe a mental illness. Instead, it is an unofficial term that …