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Bipolar disorder is a chronic illness with recurring episodes of mania and depression that can last from one day to months. This mental illness causes unusual and dramatic shifts in mood, energy and the ability to think clearly. Cycles of high (manic) and low (depressive) moods may follow an irregular pattern that differs from the typical ups and downs experienced by most people. The symptoms of bipolar disorder can have a negative impact on a person’s life. Damaged relationships or a decline in job or school performance are potential effects, but positive outcomes are possible.
Two main features characterize people who live with bipolar disorder: intensity and oscillation (ups and downs). People living with bipolar disorder often experience two intense emotional states. These two states are known as mania and depression. A manic state can be identified by feelings of extreme irritability and/or euphoria, along with several other symptoms during the same week such as agitation, surges of energy, reduced need for sleep, talkativeness, pleasure-seeking and increased risk taking behavior. On the other side, when an individual experiences symptoms of depression they feel extremely sad, hopeless and loss of energy. Not everyone’s symptoms are the same and the severity of mania and depression can vary.
More than 10 million Americans have bipolar disorder. Because of its irregular patterns, bipolar disorder is often hard to diagnose. Although the illness can occur at any point in life, more than one-half of all cases begin between ages 15-25. Bipolar disorder affects men and women equally.
How does someone know if they are depressed? Are you feeling exceptionally tired, low energy, or do you have difficulty doing things or even getting out of bed? Is your ability to concentrate more difficult. Do you have a low interest in your regular hobbies and activities. Have your eating habits changed recently… or do you isolate yourself from others? These are some of the signs that you may be experiencing depression. Join us for this month’s lunch and learn to learn more about what you can do to combat depression.
Feeling down or depressed from time to time happens to most people. Usually such feelings pass, and a person can improve his or her mood naturally. However, some people cannot break out of a depressed state over an extended period of time. In those cases, a person is considered to have clinical depression. However, there is much research that shows that depression is neurological, not psychological. Certain brain patterns are frequently linked to depression.
Join your host Jane Coy as I speak with my oldest son TySanté about how my Bipolar 2 Disorder has and is affecting his life & what he does to cope with my challenges. You have heard how my youngest Micah deals with the challenges, now its TySanté turn. Also, I will dive into key symptoms and misconceptions. I will speak on the whole cliché of people saying someone is "Bipolar" due to mood changes & the difference between the two. And let’s not forget about ways to cope with the disorder and steps to getting help.
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This show will address fitness health and provide a beginner to intermediate workout. This show will also cover Bipolar Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder and Career Paths With A Bachelor Of Science Degree.
This segment will be the first Bilingual segment on BTR. Why because people really need to understand fully that chemical-foods like coke, chips, Wonder Bread, donuts, chicken nuggets and Captain Crunch are bad for you and that broccoli, spinach, chicken (with the skin on), steak, pork, olives and cucumbers are healthy foods? Sadly, at this point in America, the answer is yes. That’s how successful the brainwashing of incessant marketing has been to convince us to eat unhealthy foods. And, that doesn’t bode well for the health of our children and future generations.
The vast majority of Americans have no idea what real food is, have no taste for it, won’t spend the money on it and, won’t feed it to their kids. It is no coincidence that the vast majority of Americans, and their kids, are so sick.
The disconnect between our toxic diets and the resulting sickness is stunning with Neurofeedback we see miracles. Tune in as we share how treatment with Neurofeedback help retrain the brain and bring totally healing to the entire body. Get rid of diabetes, heart disease, stroke, auto-immune diseases, anxiety, depression, ADD/ADHD, etc, are pandemic
Tune in as we discuss the facts which Doctors don't want you to know because they want you to depend on drugs and not have a quality of life.
Neurofeedback is an increasingly promising alternative treatment for a variety of psychiatric disorders. For readers who are unfamiliar with this type of treatment, neurofeedback is also known as electroencephalogram (EEG) biofeedback therapy. It uses sensors on the scalp to measure EEG frequencies, offering real-time feedback (through video or sound) that rewards frequencies associated with relaxed attention, and suppresses frequencies associated with under- or over-arousal. The goal of this training is to develop skills for self-regulation of brain activity.
Medications for bipolar disorder are very problematic due to their side effects, compliance rates, and the consequences of taking them over a long period. They can cause a variety of troublesome or even dangerous side effects, including:
Sexual side effects
Feeling “flat and robotic”
Today's I share my own life's journey from losing a brother to the disease of bipolar to facing what might be my greatest achievement. If you wonder how you can claim to be spiritual or Christian or to trust any force greater than yourself and take medication for bipolar disorder or any number of other conditions, you probably don't talk about. This is the place to find out we all feel the same way. It is shameful and weak to need medication, right?
Hear both sides of the story and decide for yourself. Beth Maree tackles the issues by relaying her personal struggles. Bring your comments and questions to the show Tues Noon
According to Dr. Patricia Burke, getting massages on a regular basis is an excellent way of caring for oneself. In her brief article published recently in the June-August JaVintee Massage Newsletter, she discusses the fact that massages help to release endorphins which are natural chemicals from the brain that relieve pain and makes us feel good. Dr. Burke will be interviewed as a guest on the JaVintee Massage Radio Show, to discuss the benefits of massage therapy, and how it helps with coping with depression. Also on the show will be the lead Licensed Massage Therapists and Vice-President of JaVintee Massage, who will discuss some of the significant improvements she has noticed in her client's mood elevation as it relates to Massage Therapy. We will address a variety of questions, as well as explain how you can set an appointment to come in for an assessment, and explore possible resolutions with the Massage Therapists.
How does depression occur in terms of Chinese Medicine? What can we do to create movement in our lives to heal from this binding energy? How to identify cultural influences which worsen or help create depressive patterns, such as expectations overthinking/worry, media-based ideals of image/success. What are the early symptoms of depression, before being diagnostically significant?
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Before giving yourself to someone else, remember to love you. And if you feel you already gave yourself to a loved one, don't ever forget to love you too, love your loved ones; which includes yourself.