Bipolar Symptoms
Eric Patterson
Eric Patterson
July 9, 2018
The symptoms of bipolar depend on the type of bipolar disorder a person has. Here are some bipolar symptoms to be aware of in yourself or a loved one.

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Bipolar Paranoia

What It’s Like Dealing With Bipolar Paranoia

"Being paranoid was extremely lonely and I felt totally isolated and detached from others." Fliss shares her experience with bipolar paranoia.
678 found this helpful by Fliss Baker on March 7, 2018
Bipolar Anxiety

Are Bipolar and Anxiety Connected?

Although bipolar and anxiety disorder are separate conditions, they have a lot in common. Learn here about the bipolar anxiety connection.
548 found this helpful by Angela Finlay and Lana Barhum on December 13, 2017
Video Bipolar And Memory Loss video

Bipolar and Memory Loss: What Can You Do to Help Your Memory?

Some people with bipolar may find they are having problems remembering important details. So what can you do to improve your memory? Find out here.
by Sammi Adams on October 27, 2017
Video Warning Signs of Mania

Warning Signs of Mania

With bipolar disorder, especially bipolar type 1, you will have a clear distinction between a full-blown manic episode and a depressed episode.
by Sammi Adams on April 27, 2017
Bipolar Memory Loss

When Bipolar Disorder Affects Our Memory

Instead of fighting our bipolar memory loss, we need to accept that it is part of our illness and something we need to manage.
501 found this helpful by Fliss Baker on February 14, 2017
Bipolar Psychosis

When Bipolar Disorder Leads to Psychosis

Not everyone with bipolar disorder will experience bipolar psychosis, but some will experience the condition that leads to flawed perceptions of reality.
476 found this helpful by Eric Patterson on January 24, 2017
Infographic bipolar and anxiety infographic

Easing Anxiety to Ease Bipolar

Many chronic illness sufferers experience anxiety. It could be a pre-existing condition, but in many cases it is due to their pain and stress.
191 found this helpful by NewLifeOutlook Team on April 26, 2016
Bipolar Hypomania

Bipolar Hypomania: Understanding This Dangerous State

Bipolar hypomania is a dangerous state to live in, indicating instability and potentially a transition towards mania or depression.
577 found this helpful by Fliss Baker on April 11, 2016
Dealing With Bipolar Disorder and Noise Sensitivity

Dealing With Bipolar Disorder and Noise Sensitivity

Our bodies can become so sensitive that any type or level of noise can become impossible to cope with. Learn more about bipolar disorder and noise here.
1.4k found this helpful by Fliss Baker on February 16, 2016
Lesser-Known Symptoms of Bipolar

The Bipolar Symptoms You Might Not Realize Are Symptoms

Aside from defining traits of the disorder, there are many lesser-known symptoms of bipolar — some of which might seem to be completely unrelated.
754 found this helpful by Kiki Woodham on September 1, 2015