Bipolar Disorder

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Bipolar Disorder is a manic depression, basically 2 poles of the problem and the person will fall from one into the other state from a high into a low and vice-versa.

Bipolar Disorder, or manic depression, is not only a mood disorder, most likely at the moment, but in the future, when the DNA is further researched, a link to the actual problems will be realised - namely the influence of electromagnetic and/or geopathic interference.

For all illnesses that are in any way linked to the (quick) degradation of cells the first and foremost TEST should be in the right direction of the (actual) underlying problems.
As long as the body is exposed to EMF/EMR and/or geopathic zones, it will respond to by degrading- and even serious problems like genetic breaks of the double helix of the DNA/RNA.

You will find that when the person is moved out of the affected zone, the body can cope with the problems much better and finally get enough chance to start repairing the problems, as the body has an effective self-healing mechanism, as the said radiation is no longer affecting it. This is the time when medication can be adjusted and reduces as well as the treatments and therapy adjusted accordingly.

Environmental

Evidence suggests that environmental factors play a significant role in the development and course of bipolar disorder, and that individual psychosocial variables may interact with genetic dispositions. There is fairly consistent evidence from prospective studies that recent life events and interpersonal relationships contribute to the likelihood of onsets and recurrences of bipolar mood episodes, as they do for onsets and recurrences of unipolar depression. There have been repeated findings that between a third and a half of adults diagnosed with bipolar disorder report traumatic/abusive experiences in childhood, which is associated on average with earlier onset, a worse course, and more co-occurring disorders such as PTSD. The total number of reported stressful events in childhood is higher in those with an adult diagnosis of bipolar spectrum disorder compared to those without, particularly events stemming from a harsh environment rather than from the child's own behaviour.

Neurological

Less commonly bipolar disorder or a bipolar-like disorder may occur as a result of or in association with a neurological condition or injury. Such conditions and injuries may include (but are not limited to) stroke, traumatic brain injury, HIV infection, multiple sclerosis, porphyria and rarely temporal lobe epilepsy.

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Bipolar Disorder Type IV, V, VI

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