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Bipolar medicine is the medication we require to take for bipolar disorder or affective psychosis to the rest of the life. This disorder is a real medical illness. In this state a person may have periods of living being very happy or in the periods of depression or being cross and short-tempered. Additionally to this mood swings, the person also experience severe changes in the behavioral activity and energy levels. Therefore taking this bipolar medication is nothing but taking right medication to the high blood pressure or heart disease. Medicines are playing a vital role in treating bipolar disorder. Most oftenely used medication for this mental illness or bipolar disorder is mood stabilizers, these stabilizers primarily helpful in avoid of mood swings and tremendous changes in the activity and energy levels of an individual. Person might experience better with medicines but it may cause side effects to some extent. In these cases it’s better to go for other treatments like Electroconvulsive therapy and Psychotherapy. Electroconvulsive therapy involves mainly used to treat the depressive phase or manic phase, if it does not respond to medication and this therapy is also called as ECT therapy. Psychotherapy is a main part of treatment for bipolar psychiatric disorder and is also called like talk therapy. It can help you understand and confidently solve any problems that hurt capability to function well in life and carrier, while during therapy; one can discuss his feelings, thoughts, and behaviors that cause problems. The types of psychotherapy include Interpersonal therapy, Cognitive therapy, Social rhythm therapy, behavioral therapy. Behavioral therapy mainly focuses on behaviors that reduce stress. Cognitive therapy this mainly involves learning to identify and modify the patterns of thinking that accompanies mood changes. Interpersonal therapy mainly focuses to reduce the strains that involve relationships that may play upon them. Social rhythm therapy helps that develop and maintain daily routines. Before beginning treatment for mania, careful differential diagnosis should be performed to rule out non-psychiatric causes. Acute mania in bipolar disorder is generally treated with a atypical antipsychotic medication as these medications tend to produce the most rapid development in manic symptoms. When the manic behaviours have gone, long-term treatment then focuses on prophylactic treatment is to stabilize the patient's mood, in general through a combination of pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy. The probability of having a relapse is really high for those who have experienced two or more episodes of depression or mania. Whereas medication for bipolar disorder is very important to manage symptoms of mania and depression, studies show relying on medications alone is not the most effective method of treatment. Medication is most effective when used in combination with other bipolar disorder treatments, including psychotherapy, self-help coping strategies, and healthy lifestyle choices. Lithium is the classic mood stabilizer to prevent more manic and depressive episodes. A systematic review establishes that long term lithium treatment significantly reduces the risk of bipolar manic relapse by means of 40%. Anticonvulsants such as valproic acid, oxcarbazepine and carbamazepine are also used for prophylaxis. More recent drug solutions include lamotrigine, which is another anticonvulsant. Clonazepam (Klonopin) is also used. National symposiums and workshops provide the Clinicians, researchers, patients, family members, and mental health advocates from around the world to share their clinical expertise, research findings, and personal experiences with the goal of improving the quality of life for those living with bipolar disorder. About 10 workshops are globally conducted. The workshops include 10th International workshop on computational neuropsychiatry and 15th International Mental Health Conference.
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Conferencesrelated to Bipolar Medicine
1. 3rd Annual Conference Surfing Medicine
2. Emergencies in Medicine Vascular Emergencies Conference
3. 7th International Congress for Gender and Sex Specific Medicine
4. Update in Internal Medicine
5. Lung Summit
6. Stem cells in cancer and regenerative medicine
7. Eliminate Health Disparities in Genomic Medicine
8. 10th Asia Pacific Congress in Maternal Fetal Medicine
9. The European Stroke Organization Conference 2015
10. 1st Global Conference of Biological Psychiatry
Association/Society related to Bipolar Medicine: br /> 1. International Society for Bipolar Disorders, USA
2. Anxiety and Depression Association Of America, USA
3. Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance, USA
4. American Psychological Association, USA
5. American Psychiatric Association, USA
6. Mental Health America, USA
7. Canadian Mental Health Association, Canada
8. Organization for Bipolar Affective Disorder, Canada
9. Even Keel Support Association, Australia
10. Mood Disorders Society of Canada, Canada
11. Alzheimer's Society
Companies related to Bipolar Medicine:
1. Internet Mental Health
2. Mental health and Bipolar disorder Industry
3. Bipolar UK
5. Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc 6. National Alliance on Mental Illness
8. Mental health foundation
9. Roslin Cells Ltd
10. Alkermes plc
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This page was last updated on March 29, 2020