Individuals suffering from bipolar disorder must face these conditions in the days of their life.
Talking about such a disorder can be very embarrassing for some people, but it should not be so since the illness can be managed especially if you know how to do it.
The symptoms are divided into depression and mania.
The symptoms of depression include feelings of sadness, despair, futility, and guilt.
These individuals sleep too much or too little and experience changes in appetite or weight.
They always feel tired, restless and cannot make a good decision.
The worst case is when a person thinks about suicide and death.
The symptoms of mania include an increase in energy levels, racing thoughts, sleepless, are easily distracted, more self-confident, more talkative, concentrated but do little and often perform extreme or unusual activities.