Manic Depression Bi-PolarThere is no difference between bipolar disorder and manic depression. Bipolar is the modern term for manic depression. The term "manic depression" is much misunderstood. Some people think "manic" means "really depressed." Mania is the 'opposite' of depression. A manic depressive is someone who cycles between being manic and depressed. The term "bipolar" supposedly makes this more clear.
The difference between depression and bipolar disorder is that when dealing with depression you do not have manic periods. When dealing with bipolar disorder your mood alternates between depression and mania.
Depression is a symptom of bipolar disorder. Bipolar is an alternating state between depression and mania. You get both.
Bipolar Disorder is characterized by intense and rapid mood swings and there is nothing mild about. See "difference between ADD and OCD"
They're both the same thing.
Bipolar disorder is one type of mood disorder. Some other mood disorders are: major depression, seasonal affective disorder, cyclothymia, hypomania and dysthymia.
the number of depressive and manic episodes.
Bipolar disorder is when a person has high energy periods called hypomania, mania and at other times the person has low energy periods called depression. When the person has only one of the two, like depression it is unipolar,
Bipolar depression is called bipolar to distinguish from unipolar, also simply called as 'Depressive Disorder'. In bipolar disorder the person has depression and also has had hypomania or mania in which symptoms are opposite that of depression.
Bipolar disorder is a chemical imbalance in the brain. The symptoms of bipolar disorder are characterized by changes of mood ranging from severe depression to a manic uncontrollable high. Acute stress disorder is the result of a psychological shock that stems from severe trauma.
bipolar is a mood disorder, psychosis is a thought disorder. one can have both at same time.
Yes, Manic Depression is an alternate name for the Bipolar Disorder.
It's in the word. Bi = two, so bipolar means two poles. In the case of bipolar disorder, these are depression and mania/hypomania. Uni = one, so unipolar means one pole. Unipolar is generally used to describe depression on its own, without mania.
Someone with bipolar disorder already has periods of depression, and a symptom of depression can include anxiety. The increased energy levels associated with the manic episodes of bipolar disorder may look like ADHD. An individual with bipolar disorder is not likely to be diagnosed separately for depression, ADHD, or anxiety.
Manic Depression and Bipolar disorder are the same thing. Princeton's worldweb defines both as a disorder in which episode of mania and depression alternate.
Bipolar - mood disorder, involves cycles of extremely exaggerated high and low moodDepression - mood disorder, involves periods of extremely exaggerated low moodAnxiety - anxiety disorder, involves extreme anxiety and fears that does not correspond to real world dangers
bipolar get mad fast an im bipolar soo i know
Kurt had bipolar disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is an anxiety disorder characterized by distressing intrusive thoughts that cause the sufferer to carry out certain behaviors to reduce the anxiety caused by the thoughts. However Bipolar Disorder is a mood disorder characterized by intense periods of depression followed by periods of mania or hypo-mania. See "difference between ADD and OCD"
Depression is one of the symptoms of bipolar. Also known as manic-depressive, the individual alternates between states of manic activity and depression.
Manic depression and bipolar both refer to the same disorder. The individual will alternate between states of manic behavior and being depressed. Treatment is a combination of medication and psychotherapy.
Bipolar disorder is a psychiatric and mood disorder. Suffers of this disorder experience differing extreme moods. They switch between episodes of mania and depression.
Bipolar disorder is a mood disorder in which the sufferer suffers cycles of highs (mania/hypomania) and lows (depression). There are three main types; bipolar I (depression, full-blown mania), bipolar II (depression, hypomania) and cyclothymia (mild depression, hypomania).
The main difference between them is that people with depression experience only depression, whereas people afflicted by bipolar disorder experience both depression and hypomania or mania. When someone is depressed they often link everything to being their fault and often feel like suicide.Whereas, my friend who has bipolar is different in the sense that when you have bipolar, you experience happy and sad emotions, that contrast each other greatly. I see my friend having a laugh and enjoying herself. Then totally depressed another time.Bipolar disorder causes dramatic mood swings-from overly "high" and/or irritable (Mania) to sad and hopeless (Depression), and then back again, often with periods of normal mood in between. Severe changes in energy and behavior go along with these changes in mood. The periods of highs and lows are called episodes of mania and depression. People with bipolar disorder can have episodes of mild to severe mania in addition to severe depressive episodes. (Mild mania is called hypomania. )There are 2 main types of bipolar disorder. Bipolar 1 includes severe depressive and manic episodes and in some cases visual or auditory hallucinations. Bipolar 2 includes hypomania alternating with depression.