Your depression is more than just a case of “feeling sad.” Bipolar depression manifests itself in a variety of ways for various people. It’s possible that you’re having problems sleeping. Alternatively, you may sleep excessively and find it difficult to wake up. Even the tiniest decisions might seem monumental. Suicidal thoughts might be triggered by overpowering feelings of worthlessness, guilt, or great loss.
Other indications to keep an eye out for include:
- You don’t seem to be able to enjoy anything.
- It’s difficult for you to concentrate.
- You consume either too little or too much food.
- You’re tired, and your emotions appear to be slow.
- You have a bad memory.
You must have multiple depressive symptoms that make it difficult for you to function every day for at least two weeks to be diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
You experience bursts of exuberant energy and exhilaration. This is insane. It’s a high that goes beyond “joyful” or “happy.” Some people get it frequently, while others don’t get it at all.
Hypomania is a milder version of mania. It does not progress to psychosis (loss of contact with reality) like mania, but it is a feature of a bipolar diagnosis. You may feel terrific and accomplish a lot, but those around you may notice variations in your attitude and level of activity.
You must have had at least one manic or hypomanic episode to be diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
Manic conduct can be identified by the following signs:
- You’re not in a good mood. It may feel fantastic at first, especially if you’ve been depressed. However, it swiftly becomes unpredictable and uncontrollable.
- Your judgment is completely erroneous. You take a lot of chances. You make poor decisions without considering the consequences. You might, for example, spend money irresponsibly or engage in unsafe sexual behavior.
- You get irritable and enraged.
- You’re tense or irritable.
- You have trouble sleeping.
- You have the impression that your mind is a motorway. You may speak quickly and switch topics, or you may believe you can do too many things at once.
Mania and despair can coexist in some periods. You might, for example, be both hyper-energetic and depressed at the same moment.
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