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Bipolar Disorder is otherwise known as Manic Despondency. Individuals with manic depression experience depression and mania from time to time. They often lose interest in a former pleasurable activity. When in manic phase, individuals often have high self-esteem and are ebullient. Identifying the problem and changing lifestyle is one of the best ways to cope up with manic depression. Because both depression and bipolar disorder share this commonality, somewhere between 10 to 25 percent of people with bipolar disorder are first mistakenly diagnosed with only depression. It’s only when the professional learns more about the person and their history do they later discover episodes of either mania or hypomania.
Related Journals of Manic Despodency
Brain Disorders & Therapy, Journal of Depression & Anxiety, Journal of Psychiatry, Journal of Psychology & Psychotherapy,International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience, Depression, Depression and Anxiety, Depression Research and Treatment, Biological Psychology, Journal of Comparative Psychology, Psychology and Neuroscience