In 2010 BBC Somerset Sound had an interview with Phil Cracknell, the founder of Bipolar Somerset, and had a discussion about the Bipolar disorder.
What is Bipolar Self-Management? Everyone with chronic illness such as bipolar disorder, needs to find ways to understand and manage their symptoms so that the disabling effects are minimised…
What is Bipolar self management? Everyone with a serious chronic illness such as bipolar disorder needs to find a way to understand and manage this condition so that the disabling effect of this diagnosis is minimised.
Bipolar disorder doesn’t get better by itself. Without proper diagnosis, you can’t get proper treatment.
Bipolar disorder can be a frightening experience. In mania your mood can be expansive, but exciting – everything is is coloured by an incessant and unlimited drive, and you feel fantastic.
As many as 2,400,000 people in the UK are affected by Bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder is a serious mental health condition. It’s an illness characterised by extreme shifts in mood from depressive lows to manic highs.
An organisation based in Taunton has released some facts about Bipolar disorder and reassures patients with its’ motto; “You are not alone…”