The most classic form of the Bipolar Disorder is called Bipolar I. It traditionally begins with a mania, followed closely by a depression that may seem to be payback for the intensely energetic period that just passed. It is not an uncommon disease. Studies have concluded full-blown manic-depression probably occurs in one percent of our population, though many cases go undiagnosed. The milder forms often go undiagnosed, but probably occur in three to four percent of people (Duke and Hochman).
The behavior labeled "Mania" is created by a change in perspective. The manic feels grandiose, able to conquer the world, flush with new and intriguing ideas and inexhaustible. …
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