MORE THAN JUST NORMAL UPS AND DOWNS

Bipolar

Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depressive illness, is a brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood, energy, activity levels, and the ability to carry out daily tasks. Symptoms can range from mild to severe.

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5 Types of Bipolar Dijsorder

Published by Healthguru, psychiatrist Dr. Nina Moadel, MD shares five types of bipolar. Each type is defined, including signs and symptoms of each one. (4:08 minutes)

Depressive and Bipolar Disorders

Published by CrashCourse, this video discusses mood disorders, including depressive disorders and bipolar disorder. (9:59 minutes)

Living with Bipolar Type II

In a TED Talk, Laura Bain shares her personal story on living with bipolar, type II. (16:10 minutes)

The Other Side of Me – Inside My Bipolar Mind

Julie Kraft opens up about “the other side of her”, and her struggle with Bipolar Disorder. (14:59 minutes) (30.55 minutes)

What is Bipolar Disorder?

Provided by TED-Ed, this video talks about what Bipolar Disorder is. (5:58 minutes) (16:04 minutes)

Concerned you or someone you love suffers from bipolar disorder?

 

Complete the Mood Disorder Questionnaire (MDQ) Screening Tool below.

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Bipolar Screening Tool


The questionnaire takes about five minutes to complete, and can provide important insights into diagnosis and treatment.  If there are multiple “yes” answers, a referral to a behavioral health practitioner should be considered. Print out the results to take to the appointment and help start the conversation. If you live in Indiana and need help finding a behavioral health provider, visit Find Help or call (800) 284-8439.

 

 

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This self-screening tool is not a substitute for clinical diagnosis or advice.  By using the screening tool, you agree to accept that the website’s owner and contributors are not responsible or liable for the outcome of the tool, the accuracy of the calculations, or any decisions or events which result from using it.  This website does not provide medical advice, but is intended to help people understand and address mental, behavioral, and emotional issues.