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Solutions to the Rapid Change of Emotions in Daily Life

Bipolar disorder is a mental illness with an excessive range of emotional ups and downs.

It is a bipolar disorder that often intersects emotion-driven mania and depression.

In general, bipolar disorder often starts from depression.

On the other hand, bipolar disorder is more motivated when you are in a good mood and doesn’t feel tired even if you don’t sleep.

Bipolar disorder is a mental illness with an excessive range of emotional ups and downs.

It is a bipolar disorder that often intersects emotion-driven mania and depression.



In general, bipolar disorder often starts from depression.

On the other hand, bipolar disorder is more motivated when you are in a good mood and doesn’t feel tired even if you don’t sleep.

He also overestimates himself too much and tries to do things beyond his means and falls into delusions of grandeur.

In general, they become so talkative and loud that it is difficult to control.

In addition, the desire for sleep has decreased, and in some cases, people usually wake up a few hours earlier than usual, staying awake for a few days without sleeping, and not feeling tired.

There is also a sharp increase in sexual desire.






On the contrary, when you are in a bad mood, you either stay in your room or feel lethargic, so your activity decreases sharply.

These bipolar symptoms are also common in modern people suffering from stress, and the number of bipolar patients has been on the rise recently.


The number of patients with bipolar disorder was about 1.4 times higher than that of men, and the average annual growth rate was 7.3 percent, higher than the average annual increase of 5.6 percent for men. According to the recent composition by age, people in their 40s accounted for the largest portion with 21.4 percent, followed by 21.2 percent in their 30s and 17.1 percent in their 50s.

Depression is known to have a high share of the elderly.

Bipolar disorder is characterized by a relatively high percentage of young age groups.



Fierce mood swings, higher risk of suicide than depression.

Bipolar disorder often causes unpredictable behavior because of its large emotional ups and downs. There is also a high risk of suicide attempts.

For example, depression continues to think “I want to die,” but it is less likely to lead to suicide because it falls into lethargy.

In fact, the suicide rate of depression patients is 5 to 10 percent, while that of bipolar disorder patients is 15 percent.

Nine out of 10 patients have a high recurrence rate. Until severe symptoms appear, it is often difficult to identify them because of their “feeling.”


It also showed that people with bipolar disorder are at high risk of premature death due to medical causes.

On February 4, 2009, a team of researchers at the University of Washington analyzed the results of 17 different studies of more than 331,000 people in the Journal of Psychiatic Services.

People with bipolar disorder are at a higher risk of premature death than healthy people of the same age, the report showed.






Bipolar disorder is caused by excessive stress and family history, but it is fundamentally a disease that has problems with the mood control function of the brain, so treatment to control mood through drugs is a priority.

Psychiatrists point out that it is important for bipolar treatment to correct the chemical imbalance of the cerebrum first through drug treatment.

Bipolar disorder is a disease that is more difficult to treat and recurs more frequently than depression. Therefore, regular health care such as regular life, proper exercise, and hobby is just as important.

Especially, it is good to get up early in the morning, enjoy a lot of sunlight, and exercise regularly.

Drinking is sensitive and should be avoided.

It is also good to have a habit of stimulating the palm of your hand or dipping your hands in warm water whenever you feel uneasy.

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