Cyclothymic Disorder: An affective disorder characterized by periods of depression and hypomania. These may be separated by periods of normal mood.Wrongful Life: In civil law a cause of action which alleges that a defendant has wrongfully caused a child to be born.Love: Affection; in psychiatry commonly refers to pleasure, particularly as it applies to gratifying experiences between individuals.Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: A group of religious bodies tracing their origin to Joseph Smith in 1830 and accepting the Book of Mormon as divine revelation. (from Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th ed)Food Technology: The application of knowledge to the food industry.Bosnia-Herzegovina: A country of eastern Europe, formerly the province of Bosnia in Yugoslavia, uniting with the province of Herzegovina to form the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1946. It was created 7 April 1992 as a result of the division of Yugoslavia and recognized by the United States as an independent state. Bosnia takes is name from the river Bosna, in turn from the Indoeuropean root bhog, "current"; Herzegovina is from the Serbian herceg (duke) + -ov (the possessive) + -ina (country or territory).Biomedical Enhancement: The use of technology-based interventions to improve functional capacities rather than to treat disease.Bipolar Disorder: A major affective disorder marked by severe mood swings (manic or major depressive episodes) and a tendency to remission and recurrence.Depressive Disorder, Major: Marked depression appearing in the involution period and characterized by hallucinations, delusions, paranoia, and agitation.Depression: Depressive states usually of moderate intensity in contrast with major depression present in neurotic and psychotic disorders.Psychiatric Status Rating Scales: Standardized procedures utilizing rating scales or interview schedules carried out by health personnel for evaluating the degree of mental illness.Depressive Disorder: An affective disorder manifested by either a dysphoric mood or loss of interest or pleasure in usual activities. The mood disturbance is prominent and relatively persistent.Snow: Frozen water crystals that fall from the ATMOSPHERE.Plastocyanin: A copper-containing plant protein that is a fundamental link in the electron transport chain of green plants during the photosynthetic conversion of light energy by photophosphorylation into the potential energy of chemical bonds.Euphoria: An exaggerated feeling of physical and emotional well-being not consonant with apparent stimuli or events; usually of psychologic origin, but also seen in organic brain disease and toxic states.Encyclopedias as Topic: Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)Borderline Personality Disorder: A personality disorder marked by a pattern of instability of interpersonal relationships, self-image, and affects, and marked impulsivity beginning by early adulthood and present in a variety of contexts. (DSM-IV)Central Nervous System Stimulants: A loosely defined group of drugs that tend to increase behavioral alertness, agitation, or excitation. They work by a variety of mechanisms, but usually not by direct excitation of neurons. 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(DSM-IV, page xxii)Eating Disorders: A group of disorders characterized by physiological and psychological disturbances in appetite or food intake.Mood Disorders: Those disorders that have a disturbance in mood as their predominant feature.Antimanic Agents: Agents that are used to treat bipolar disorders or mania associated with other affective disorders.Psychopharmacology: The study of the effects of drugs on mental and behavioral activity.Biological Psychiatry: An interdisciplinary science concerned with studies of the biological bases of behavior - biochemical, genetic, physiological, and neurological - and applying these to the understanding and treatment of mental illness.Psychotropic Drugs: A loosely defined grouping of drugs that have effects on psychological function. 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Alcoholism and homicide with respect to the classification systems of Lesch and Cloninger. (1/16)

AIMS: Worldwide criminal statistics show a disproportionately high incidence of violent offences committed under the influence of alcohol. A psychopathological subtyping of alcohol dependence in offenders who committed homicide has mainly been related to impulsive and dissocial personalities up to now. METHODS: In an investigation on 48 alcohol-dependent offenders who committed homicide, a subtyping according to the multidimensional classification systems of Lesch and Cloninger has now been conducted for the first time. RESULTS: In Lesch's classification, there was a high incidence of homicides committed by type II and type III subjects with the comorbidity anxiety and cyclothymia. While type III offenders were more often repeat offenders, there was a remarkably high rate of first offenders among type II subjects (Chi-squared test; chi(2) = 30.0, df = 3, P < 0.001). With respect to Lesch's typology, the blood alcohol concentrations did differ significantly in the group of offenders (Kruskal-Wallis, chi(2) = 18.3, df = 3, P < 0.001), whereas the blood alcohol concentration of type II offenders at the time of offence was significantly lower than in type III offenders (Mann-Whitney-U, Z = -3.47; P = 0.001). Regarding to the Cloninger's typology, no significant differences in the aforementioned parameters could be found. DISCUSSION: An excessive noradrenergic reaction of anxiety offenders with initial withdrawal is discussed as a possible explanatory model.  (+info)

Antidepressant treatment-emergent affective switch in bipolar disorder: a prospective case-control study of outcome. (2/16)

OBJECTIVE: Treatment-emergent affective switch has been associated to cycle acceleration and poorer outcome, but there are few studies addressing this issue. The aim of this study was to prospectively compare the outcome of patients presenting treatment-emergent affective switch with patients with spontaneous mania, regarding presence and polarity of a new episode and time to relapse. METHOD: Twenty-four patients with bipolar disorder according to the DSM-IV were followed for 12 months. Twelve patients had treatment-emergent affective switch and twelve had spontaneous mania. Patients were evaluated weekly with the Young Mania Rating Scale and the Hamilton Depression Scale until remission of the index episode, and monthly until completion of the 12-month follow-up. RESULTS: Eleven patients with treatment-emergent affective switch had a recurrence on follow-up, all of them with major depressive episodes. In the group with spontaneous mania, six patients had a recurrence: two had a depressive episode, and four had a manic episode (p = 0.069 for new episode, p = 0.006 for polarity of the episode). Patients with treatment-emergent affective switch relapsed in a shorter period than patients with spontaneous mania (p = 0.016). CONCLUSIONS: In this first prospective study, treatment-emergent affective switch patients were at greater risk of relapses, especially depressive episodes, and presented a shorter duration of remission when compared with patients with spontaneous mania.  (+info)

Rapid cycling bipolar disorders in primary and tertiary care treated patients. (3/16)

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Prevention of bipolar disorder in at-risk children: theoretical assumptions and empirical foundations. (4/16)

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Life events and social rhythms in bipolar spectrum disorders: a prospective study. (5/16)

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Behavioral approach system (BAS)-relevant cognitive styles and bipolar spectrum disorders: concurrent and prospective associations. (6/16)

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Self-discrepancy in students with bipolar disorder II or NOS. (7/16)

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Rapid-cycling bipolar disorder: cross-national community study. (8/16)

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*Dysthymia

The patient has never fulfilled criteria for cyclothymic disorder. The depression does not exist only as part of a chronic ... anxiety disorders (up to 50%), personality disorders (up to 40%), somatoform disorders (up to 45%) and substance abuse (up to ... Dysthymia, now known as persistent depressive disorder (PDD), is a mood disorder consisting of the same cognitive and physical ... It is vital to look for signs of major depression, panic disorder, generalised anxiety disorder, alcohol and substance misuse ...

*Cyclothymia

"Cyclothymic Disorder & Cyclothymia". Psych Central.com. "Cyclothymia (cyclothymic disorder): Symptoms". MayoClinic. Retrieved ... including adjustment disorders, personality disorders, psychotic disorders, and other mood disorders. Since depression can be ... "Cyclothymic disorder". PubMedHealth. Bartelsen, A; Harvald, B; Hauge, M. "A Danish twin study of manic-depressive disorders". ... Cyclothymia (/ˌsaɪkloʊˈθaɪmiə/), also called cyclothymic disorder, is a type of chronic mood disorder widely considered to be a ...

*Bipolar Spectrum Diagnostic Scale

... such as bipolar II or cyclothymic disorder. In general, instruments for the screening of bipolar disorder, including the BSDS, ... The BSDS may do better than other scales at detecting types of bipolar disorder that do not involve a full manic episode, ... The Bipolar Spectrum Diagnostic Scale (BSDS) is a psychiatric screening rating scale for bipolar disorder. It was developed by ... Picardi, A (January 2009). "Rating scales in bipolar disorder". Current Opinion in Psychiatry. 22 (1): 42-9. doi:10.1097/YCO. ...

*Mood disorder

... and cyclothymic disorder (similar to but milder than BD).[page needed] Mood disorders may also be substance-induced or occur in ... Depressive and Related Disorders and Bipolar and Related Disorders. Bipolar Disorders falls in between Depressive Disorders and ... Bipolar disorder is also considered a mood disorder. In the case of bipolar disorder several causes have been considered as ... Depressive Disorders underwent the most changes, the addition of three new disorders: disruptive mood dysregulation disorder, ...

*List of neurological conditions and disorders

... arteritis Craniosynostosis Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease Cumulative trauma disorders Cushing's syndrome Cyclothymic disorder Cyclic ... Some disorders are in the ICD-10 Chapter VI: Diseases of the nervous system and also in the list of mental disorders. Contents ... migration disorders Neuropathy Neurosis Niemann-Pick disease Non-24-hour sleep-wake disorder Nonverbal learning disorder ... deficit hyperactivity disorder ATR-16 syndrome Auditory processing disorder Autism spectrum Behçet's disease Bipolar disorder ...

*Bipolar disorder in children

... and others include cyclothymic disorder and bipolar Not Otherwise Specified, and DSM criteria are interpreted differently by ... Bipolar disorder in children, or pediatric bipolar disorder (PBD), is a mental disorder in children and adolescents that, like ... Comorbid disorders are common, which makes determining what symptoms are signs of BD and which are due to other disorders (e.g ... "Mood Disorders: Pediatric Bipolar Disorder" (PDF), Collection of Evidence-based Practices for Children and Adolescents with ...

*Spectrum disorder

... and for affective disorders (cyclothymic temperament - cycloid 'psychopathy' - manic-depressive disorder), as well as by Eugen ... schizophreniform disorder and brief psychotic disorder) two delusional disorders (delusional disorder and shared psychotic ... Schizoid personality disorder, schizotypal personality disorder, and paranoid personality disorder can be considered ... The first three of these disorders are commonly called the autism spectrum disorders; the last two disorders are much rarer, ...

*General Behavior Inventory

"The behavioral high-risk paradigm and bipolar affective disorder, VIII: Serum free cortisol in nonpatient cyclothymic subjects ... EffectiveChildTherapy.Org page on bipolar disorder symptoms Bipolar disorder symptoms and treatment. ... "The use of the GBI as predictor of bipolar disorder in a population of adolescent offspring of parents with a bipolar disorder ... It is recommended to be used as part of an assessment battery in the diagnosis of juvenile bipolar disorder. The GBI is free ...

*DSM-IV Codes (alphabetical)

... type 312.82 Adolescent-onset type 312.89 Unspecified type 300.11 Conversion Disorder 301.13 Cyclothymic Disorder Top Delirium ... Related Disorder NOS 292.0 Withdrawal 294.9 Cognitive Disorder NOS 307.9 Communication Disorder NOS Conduct Disorder 312.81 ... Movement Disorder 307.0 Stuttering Top 307.20 Tic Disorder NOS 307.23 Tourette's Disorder 307.21 Transient Tic Disorder 302.3 ... 301.82 Avoidant Personality Disorder Top V62.82 Bereavement Bipolar Disorder 296.80 Bipolar Disorder NOS Bipolar I Disorder, ...

*DSM-IV codes

Severe with psychotic features 296.00 Unspecified 296.89 Bipolar II disorder 301.13 Cyclothymic disorder 293.83 Mood disorder ... disorder 307.46 Sleep terror disorder 307.46 Sleepwalking disorder 307.47 Parasomnia NOS Sleep disorder Sleep disorder due to ... 296.90 Mood Disorder NOS 300.4 Dysthymic disorder Major depressive disorder Major depressive disorder, recurrent 296.36 In full ... 311 Depressive disorder NOS Bipolar disorders 296.80 Bipolar disorder NOS Bipolar I disorder, most recent episode depressed ...

*List of MeSH codes (F03)

... affective disorders, psychotic MeSH F03.600.150.150 --- bipolar disorder MeSH F03.600.150.150.300 --- cyclothymic disorder MeSH ... panic disorder MeSH F03.080.725 --- phobic disorders MeSH F03.080.931 --- stress disorders, traumatic MeSH F03.080.931.249 --- ... combat disorders MeSH F03.080.931.374 --- stress disorders, traumatic, acute MeSH F03.080.931.500 --- stress disorders, post- ... conduct disorder MeSH F03.550.300 --- child behavior disorders MeSH F03.550.325 --- child development disorders, pervasive MeSH ...

*Lyn Yvonne Abramson

... bipolar disorder, and eating disorders. She was the senior author of the paper "Learned Helplessness in Humans: Critique and ... Alloy, L. B., & Abramson, L. Y. (In Press). Cyclothymic personality. (2002) In W.E. Craighead and C.B. Nemeroff (Eds.), Concise ... In N.S. Endler and *J. Hunt (Eds.), Personality and behavior disorders. New York: Wiley Abramson, L. Y., & Martin, D. J. (1981 ... In L.B. Alloy and J.H. Riskind (Eds.), Cognitive vulnerability to emotional disorders. Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum. Spasojevic, J ...

*List of ICD-9 codes 290-319: mental disorders

... cyclothymic personality) (301.2) Schizoid personality disorder (301.3) Explosive personality disorder (Include: aggressive: ... personality disorder NOS, psychopathic: constitutional state, personality (disorder)) (302) Sexual deviations and disorders ( ... Personality disorders (301.0) Paranoid personality disorder (Include: fanatic personality, paranoid personality (disorder), ... Specific disorders of sleep (of nonorganic origin) (307.5) Other and unspecified disorders of eating (of nonorganic origin) ( ...

*The Mask of Sanity

"Dissocial Personality Disorder". In the DSM-V this is now a "psychopathy specifier", for antisocially disordered persons who ... He declares, "There is little point in devoting space to detailed accounts of paranoid or cyclothymic personalities." In the ... used today to refer to a medical disorder unconnected to Cleckley's meaning) or, in later editions, semantic disorder or ... On the other hand, he notes prolonged but prescribed behavioral disorder in the case of a woman who remained for some time " ...

*Tardive dysphrenia

... , was proposed by the American neurologist Stanley Fahn, the head of the Division of Movements Disorders of ... cyclothymic, cycloid, polymorphic and/or severe dysphoric symptoms Obsessive-Compulsive/Tic-like symptoms. C) Criteria A & B ...
The Cyclothymia or Cyclothymic Disorder can be treated only through the change in lifestyle and medications usually throughout life. Psychiatrist can play a very important role in enhancing the health of the patients. Generally the medicines used for the treatment of Cyclothymia or Cyclothymic Disorder are similar to the medicines used for the treatment of the bipolar syndrome. Know the treatment, recovery period, prognosis of Cyclothymia or Cyclothymic Disorder.
Cyclothymic disorder is characterized by two or more years of recurrent and intermittent mood episodes in which the individual oscillates or "cycles" between periods of depression and hypomania, with or without normal periods interspersed between the depressive and hypomanic states. Cyclothymic depressions include symptoms such as sadness, anhedonia, low energy, pessimism, poor concentration, and sleep and appetite changes resembling those observed in episodes of major depression. Cyclothymic hypomanic periods involve symptoms such as euphoria, high energy/activity, talkativeness, high self-confidence and grandiosity, decreased sleep, and impulsive, reckless behaviors typically observed in mania. However, unlike major depression and mania, both types of cyclothymic mood episodes are of subsyndromal intensity and duration (two to three days on average). Cyclothymic disorder can present as predominantly depressed, predominantly hypomanic, or balanced with approximately equal proportions of high ...
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There are diagnostic rule-outs for the clinician to consider. In the DSM -5, disorders such as Bipolar I or III with rapid cycling, Borderline Personality Disorder, and substance abuse disorders are possible differential diagnoses. In Bipolar I and II, the alternating hypomanic, manic, and depressive episodes will typically cycle over a period of months or weeks, although more rapid cycling is possible, and the delineation and severity of symptoms may not be as apparent. In Borderline Personality Disorder, the individual may experience a labile mood, which is of different quality than cyclothymic disorder, in that mood will be unstable, and can change from anger, to sadness, to anxiety all within a span of minutes. In substance use disorders, CNS (Central Nervous System) stimulants such as cocaine and methamphetamine will elevate mood, resulting in what appear to be manic or hypomanic symptoms, followed by a corresponding parasympathetic rebound effect resulting in pseudo-depressive symptoms. ...
What is bi polar disorder? It is also known as a manic depressive condition and causes a person to be severely depressed at times and then be extremely euphoric at others. Read on and learn more.
Diagnosis of this Bipolar Disorder requires a history of numerous hypomanic Episodes intermingled with numerous episodes of depression that do not meet the criteria for Major Depressive Episodes ...
Tenderness is the language of the young children, of those who need the other. A childs love for mom and dad grows through their touch, their gaze, their voice, their tenderness. I like when I hear parents talk to their babies, adapting to the little child, sharing the same level of communication. This is tenderness: being on the same level as the other. God himself descended into Jesus to be on our level. This is the same path the Good Samaritan took. This is the path that Jesus himself took. He lowered himself, he lived his entire human existence practicing the real, concrete language of love. Yes, tenderness is the path of choice for the strongest, most courageous men and women. Tenderness is not weakness; it is fortitude. It is the path of solidarity, the path of humility. Please, allow me to say it loud and clear: the more powerful you are, the more your actions will have an impact on people, the more responsible you are to act humbly. If you dont, your power will ruin you, and you will ...
Data from the United States on lifetime prevalence varies; but it indicates a rate of around 1% for bipolar I, 0.5%-1% for bipolar II or cyclothymia, and 2%-5% for sub-threshold cases meeting some, but not all, criteria. The onset of full symptoms generally occurs in late adolescence or young adulthood. Diagnosis is based on the persons self-reported experiences, as well as observed behavior.. Bipolar Disorder is a serious problem for the individual and their relationship with their loved ones. There are several different diagnoses that are included in the bipolar disorders category, including Bipolar Disorder I, Bipolar Disorder II, and Cyclothymia. These disorders have a common experience of intense mood swings that significantly interfere with life. These mood swings range in intensity and duration. They include prolonged periods of depression as well as extended periods of mania or hypomania where a person may feel unusually energetic, or revved up, a decreased need for sleep, changes in ...
OBJECTIVES: This study examined the diagnostic profiles and clinical characteristics of youth (ages 6-18 years) referred for diagnostic evaluation to a pediatric mood disorders clinic that specializes in early-onset bipolar disorder. METHOD: A total of 250 youth were prescreened in an initial telephone intake, and 73 participated in a full diagnostic evaluation. Trained psychologists administered the Schedule for Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia for School-Age Children-Present and Lifetime Version (K-SADSPL) to the child and to at least one parent, and a child psychiatrist conducted a separate pharmacological evaluation. Evaluators then met with a larger clinical team for a consensus diagnosticconference. RESULTS: Based on consensus diagnoses, 13 of the 73 referred youth (18%) met lifetime DSM-IV-TR criteria for a bipolar spectrum disorder (BSD; bipolar I, II or not otherwise specified disorder, or cyclothymic disorder). Of these 73, 27 (37%) were referred with a community diagnosis of a bipolar
There are four basic types of bipolar disorder, each characterized by varying extremes of changes in mood, energy, and behavior. Cyclothymia is a milder form of the disorder in which mood swings between mania and depression arent as severe.
Objective: To compare clinical variables in patients with rapid-cycling bipolar I or II disorder and a recent history of substance use disorder (SUD). Method: Cross-sectional data from 2 studies of patients with rapid-cycling bipolar I disorder or rapid-cycling bipolar II disorder and a recent history of SUD were used to retrospectively assess the differences in clinical variables between the subtypes. The studies were conducted from November 1997 to February 2007 at University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, Ohio. Extensive clinical interview and the Mini-International Neuropsychiatric Interview were used to ascertain DSM-IV diagnoses of rapid-cycling bipolar disorder, SUDs, and other Axis I disorders and to collect clinical variables. The Addiction Severity Index (ASI), Global Assessment Scale (GAS), and the Medical Outcomes Study 36-Item Short-Form Health Survey were used to measure the severity of impairment at the initial ...
ObjectivesThere are no established tools to identify individuals at risk for developing bipolar disorder. We developed a set of ultra-high-risk criteria for bipolar disorder [bipolar at-risk (BAR)]. The primary aim of the present study was to determine the predictive validity of the BAR criteria.MethodsThis was a 12-month prospective study that was conducted at Orygen Youth Health Clinical Program, a public mental health program for young people aged 15-24 years in metropolitan Melbourne, Australia. At intake, BAR screen-positive individuals and a matched group of individuals who did not meet BAR criteria were observed over a period of 12 months. The BAR criteria include general criteria such as being in the peak age range for the onset of the disorder, as well as sub-threshold mania, depression plus cyclothymic features, and depression plus genetic risk. Conversion to first-episode mania/hypomania was defined by the presence of DSM-IV manic symptoms for more than four days, in line with the ...
SAN DIEGO - The anticonvulsant agent valproate has recently become a useful therapy for patients with severe manic depression. New data now suggest that valproate can also provide significant benefits for patients with less severe mood disorders, and at much lower doses. Thats according to a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics. The new data come from an open label, prospective longitudinal study involving 121 patients with bipolar II disorder, a more mild form of manic depression, or cyclothymia, a disorder also characterized by alternating depression and high moods, but less severe in nature. The trial compared the effects of lithium, valproate and placebo during a mean treatment period of 18 months. The dosing of valproate began at 125 to 250 mg and was increased incrementally until symptoms were controlled. Patients receiving valproate show virtually the same symptomatic improvement as those receiving lithium. The patients ...
Mood disorders are treatable medical illnesses involving changes in energy, behavior, thought and mood. They are not character flaws or personal weaknesses. A person with bipolar disorder has alternating high and low periods. A person with depression has recurring low periods. Cyclothymia is a milder form of bipolar disorder with highs and lows that are less severe. Dysthymia is a low, depressed mood that is present more of the time than not. ...
My moms only brother, my uncle, passed away unexpectedly in November of 2009. It was a devastating loss, as I have a very small family, and it was the first time I had lost someone close to me. It took a heavy emotional toll; because of the pain I felt, and because of the unimaginable sadness my mom and grandparents were enduring. I fell into a deep depression shortly thereafter, a combination of apathy, numbness and anger. About 8 months later, at the behest of my parents, I began to see a psychologist. After a few sessions of him getting to know my history, I was diagnosed with not only acute depression, but also cyclothymia, a less severe form of bipolar disorder. He suspected that I had lived several years of my early adulthood under a mild, persistent depression. I rejected that notion at the time, thinking it was just "the way I am", but in hindsight Ive come to realize that he was right ...
The purpose of this website is to provide a forum where current practices and ideas in the mental health field can be critically examined and discussed. It is not possible in this kind of context to provide psychological help or advice to individuals who may read this site, and nothing written here should be construed in this manner. Readers seeking psychological help should consult a qualified practitioner in their own local area. They should explain their concerns to this person and develop a trusting working relationship. It is only in a one-to-one relationship of this kind that specific advice should be given or taken ...
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The way in which an interviewer asks questions using the behavioral approach is critical to obtain the most useful responses. The STAR method, which stands for situation, task completed, actions taken, and results achieved is extremely effective in eliciting these responses. For each question the interviewer asks, he or she should probe the candidate to walk through all points in the STAR acronym.. Candidates Are Catching On. Behavioral interviewing has been around long enough now that job candidates know to expect this type of questioning. In fact, all industries exist to help people prepare for the behavioral interview. Some people have become so expert at it that they can still rehearse and present false responses to typical questions. Rather than abandoning the behavioral interview, human resources representatives need to adjust how they present the questions.. Using a process of discovery ensures that the interviewer has a better picture of the person. For example, dont feel satisfied with ...
A drug that has been shown to prevent HIV infection in a significant number of cases must be combined with behavioral approaches if the U.S. health care establishment is to succeed in reducing the spread of the virus, according ...
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Background In young adults it can be difficult to differentiate between an early bipolar illness and borderline personality disorder. There are considerable areas of clinical overlap between cyclothymic temperament, bipolar-spectrum disorders and borderline characteristics. The aim of this study was to measure borderline characteristics in young adults during an index depressive episode and to compare three diagnostic groups: DSM-IV bipolar affective disorder (BPAD); bipolar spectrum disorder (BSD); and DSM-IV recurrent major depressive disorder (MDD).. Methods Eighty-seven young adults with a current episode of major depression and at least one previous episode of depression were recruited from consecutive referrals to a psychiatric clinic. Diagnoses were based on the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV (SCID-1) and recently proposed structured diagnostic criteria for BSD [Ghaemi, S.N., Ko, J.Y., Goodwin, F.K., 2002. Cades Disease and beyond: misdiagnosis, antidepressant use and a ...
Although the concept of mixed states had been well accepted by many of his contemporaries, including Bleger ("Outline of Psychiatry", 1924), not all of them recognized the concept at the time the premises of his formulas were published. "Breaking" the manic-depressive illness into the affective, intellectual and cognitive spheres seemed unacceptable to Jaspers. Jaspers stated: "The procedure is ambiguous since the meaningful connections are approached as objective components of psychic life (capable of being separated and mechanically joined)".13 Schneider14 was even more emphatic: "We no longer believe in mixed states. ( ) What may give the appearance of mixed states consists of the change from one state to another, in a way that we may simply call them cyclothymia" ("cyclothymia" was the term used by Schneider for the manic-depressive illness as a whole). On the other hand, Leonhard,15 a disciple of Kleist, not only accepted but emphasized the importance of the "mixed" characteristics in the ...
Bipolar disorder - What are the symptoms of bipolar disorder like? Varied. The symptoms vary depending on the type of bipolar disorder. There is bipolar i, bipolar ii, cyclothymia and bipolar disorder nos. Manic symptoms can include a marked increase in energy and decreased need for sleep, racing thought, rapid speech, euphoric mood, hypersexual, hyper religious, grandiose delusion, etc. Depression in bipolar disorder often looks like unipolar depression.
A new study supports earlier estimates of the prevalence of bipolar disorder in the U.S. population, and suggests the illness may be more accurately characterized as a spectrum disorder.
Mood Disorders. - Major depressive Disorder - Bipolar Disorders - Dysthymia - Cyclothymia - Other mood disorders. I- Major depression. - Primary disturbance in mood - Syndromes rather than disease - Occur in cyclic fashion - Lost sense of control. Slideshow 3335270 by carrington
In recent years the diagnostic status of people with depression who become hypomanic during antidepressant therapy has been a contentious issue. Many psychiatrists believe that in patients with no previous history of hypomania, brief periods of hypomania occurring within weeks of starting antidepressants should not necessarily lead to a diagnosis of bipolar illness. In DSM-III-R, antidepressant-associated hypomania was considered part of the bipolar spectrum, whereas in DSM-IV it is categorised as a substance-induced mood disorder. However, a consensus is re-emerging that people with depression who experience antidepressant-associated hypomania are truly bipolar.. This is a difficult area because many of the original descriptions of antidepressant-induced hypomania did not distinguish between patients with pre-existing diagnoses of unipolar or bipolar disorder. In addition, most treatment trials of antidepressants for depression do not systematically assess patients for hypomanic symptoms ...
As we age, our sensory systems gradually lose their sharpness. Because our brain requires a minimal amount of input to remain alert and functioning, sensory loss for older adults puts them at risk for sensory deprivation. Severe sensory impairments, such as in vision or hearing, may result in behavior similar to dementia and psychosis, such as increased disorientation and confusion. Added restrictions, such as confinement to bed or a Geri-chair, increases this risk. With nothing to show the passage of time, or changes in the environment, the sensory deprived person may resort to repetitive problem behaviors (calling out, chanting, rhythmic pounding/rocking) as an attempt to reduce the sense of deprivation and to create internal stimulation/sensations.. This article is the first in a series of three articles that discuss the prominent sensory changes that accompany aging, and considers the necessary behavioral adjustments or accommodations that should be made by professional, paraprofessional, ...
What is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)? Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy… is a form of psychotherapy that emphasizes the important role of thinking in how we feel ...
Achleitner U, Coenen M, Colombel J-F, Peyrin-Biroulet L, Sahakyan N, Cieza A. Identification of areas of functioning and disability addressed in inflammatory bowel disease-specific patient reported outcome measures. J Crohns Colitis 2012; 6(5):507-517.. Algurén B, Fridlund B, Cieza A, Sunnerhagen KS, Christensson L. Factors associated with health-related quality of life after stroke: a 1-year prospective cohort study. Neurorehabil Neural Repair 2012; 26(3):266-274.. Avila C, Cieza A, Anaya C, Ayuso-Mateos JL. The patients perspective on relevant areas and problems in the bipolar spectrum disorder: individual interviews using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health as a reference tool. Am J Phys Med Rehabil 2012; 91(13 Suppl 1):S181-S188.. Ballert C, Oberhauser C, Biering-Sørensen F, Stucki G, Cieza A. Explanatory power does not equal clinical importance: study of the use of the Brief ICF Core Sets for Spinal Cord Injury with a purely statistical approach. Spinal ...
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Delineating the basic psychosocial and neurobiological processes of human cognition has been the principal goal of cognitive scientists throughout the past decades. Distinct lines of study have formed for the purposes of this undertaking, each with its own set of pros and cons. For instance, neuroimaging techniques link neural activity (or indirect measures of neural activity) with experimental manipulations that may not necessarily be informed by formal psychological theory. Behavioral approaches (e.g., psychophysics) potentially capture subjective experience but yield results that may not necessarily be predicted by models of cognition based solely on brain data. Computational models and quantitative descriptions of behavior (e.g., response time, performance accuracy) to infer cognitive processing sometimes do not take biological constraints into consideration. In recent years, the integration of these seemingly divergent approaches has led to the development of models that aim to unify brain and
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Adlers advice for people who are coping with too many responsibilities is to try to manage expectations. "Thats easier said than done, because you are definitely swimming upstream," he says. "To the degree that one can, we should use that cognitive behavioral approach and say, What am I expecting and why? And is this even what I want? And, to the degree that one can, you can simplify the holiday, limit how much you have to do. Say no in a gentle way. If you have three different parties on the same night, tell someone you cant make it. Go to one and have fun, instead of spending the evening worrying about how youre going to run from one to the other and not offend anybody. Dont have 30 relatives over to your place for dinner if you cant manage that right now. Some people might love that, but most of us probably dont. Try to limit what youre going to do." ...
Focuses on cognitive factors in insomnia, supplementing behavioral approaches with current cognitive findings and techniques for treating insomnia
The incidence of any treatment-emergent serious adverse event (TE-SAE), defined as one or more of the following untoward medical occurrences within 30 days after infusion as assessed by the following ...
Bipolar disorder dates back to the time of Hippocrates (Healy). Hippocrates was the first to put mania and melancholia on our cultural radar (Healy). The symptoms he used to diagnose mania were that of nausea, shivering, insomnia, and lack of thirst (Healy). Until recently, bipolar II disorder has been virtually unknown and highly underdiagnosed. DSM-IV has separated bipolar disorders into two types, bipolar II and I. (Chengappa, Levine, Gershon, Kupfer). These two disorders may have differing genetic, biological, phenomenological attributes and course of illness characteristics (Chengappa, Levine, Gershon, Kupfer). There are many reasons for this. A lack of education regarding the disorder, misdiagnosis, and improper treatments are the number one reason for misdiagnosis. Physicians and mental health clinicians are just now learning the symptoms of bipolar II disorder. During a 2005 chart review, 37% of 90 bipolar II disorder patients were misdiagnosed as having unipolar depression. Bipolar II ...
Mood disorders are a category of illnesses that describe a serious change in mood. Common mood disorders include: major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder (mania - euphoric, hyperactive, over inflated ego, unrealistic optimism) and cyclothymia (a mild form of bipolar disorder). For most people, mood disorders can be successfully treated with medication and talk therapy (psychotherapy ...
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OBJECTIVE: Features of bipolarity in a major depressive disorder sample were used to define a "bipolar spectrum disorder" population for treatment with a neuroleptic agent, ziprasidone. METHODS: Forty-nine acutely depressed patients were randomized to ziprasidone-washout-placebo or placebo-washout-ziprasidone in this double-blind, prospective, 13-week crossover trial. All patients met the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, criteria for a major depressive episode and were positive for at least 3 predictors of bipolarity: family history of bipolar disorder, antidepressant-induced mania, highly recurrent depressive episodes (,5), atypical depression, early onset of depression (,age 20), failure to respond to antidepressants or antidepressant tolerance ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Current Research Promises and Challenges in Behavioral Oncology. T2 - Report from the American Society of Preventive Oncology Annual Meeting, 2002. AU - Miller, Suzanne M.. AU - Bowen, Deborah J.. AU - Campbell, Marci K.. AU - Diefenbach, Michael A.. AU - Gritz, Ellen R.. AU - Jacobsen, Paul B.. AU - Stefanek, Michael Edward. AU - Fang, Carolyn Y.. AU - Lazovich, De Ann. AU - Sherman, Kerry A.. AU - Wang, Catharine. PY - 2004/2/1. Y1 - 2004/2/1. N2 - The Behavioral Oncology Interest Group of the American Society of Preventive Oncology held a Roundtable session on March 10, 2002, at the American Society of Preventive Oncology annual meeting in Bethesda, Maryland, to discuss the current state-of-the-science in behavioral approaches to cancer prevention and control and to delineate priorities for additional research. Four key areas were considered: (a) behavioral approaches to cancer genetic risk assessment and testing; (b) biological mechanisms of psychosocial effects on cancer; ...
Lynn Martin is a nationally certified Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapist who specializes in the treatment of Anxiety & Mood Disorders. She provides Individual & Group Treatment for Adults & Teens. She specializes in treating Social Anxiety, Phobias, Panic, OCD, Depression & Bipolar Spectrum Disorders using evidenced-based treatments. She is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California San Francisco in the Psychiatry Department where she teaches cognitive-behavior psychotherapy. She has co-authored over 15 articles on Anxiety and Mood Disorders. She is a lecturer for community education and colleague enrichment. She is a graduate of Columbia University and is a certified Nurse Practitioner in Psychiatry.
Lynn Martin is a nationally certified Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapist who specializes in the treatment of Anxiety and Mood Disorders. She provides Individual and Group Treatment for Adults and Teens. She specializes in treating Social Anxiety, Phobias, Panic, OCD, Depression and Bipolar Spectrum Disorders using evidenced-based treatments. She is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California San Francisco in the Psychiatry Department where she teaches cognitive-behavior psychotherapy. She has co-authored over 15 articles on Anxiety and Mood Disorders. She is a lecturer for community education and colleague enrichment. She is a graduate of Columbia University and is a certified Nurse Practitioner in Psychiatry.
Diagnosis of this Bipolar Disorder requires neither a Manic nor a Mixed Episode, but does require at least one episode of hypomania in addition to an episode of Major Depression.. ...
Bipolar II disorder (BDII) is a serious condition characterized by depressive and hypomanic episodes. The disability and suicide risk associated with BDII is equal to bipolar I disorder. However, there are no clinical trials for BDII, nor is the treatment of BDII addressed in current treatment guidelines. Data suggest that Li and LTG may be effective treatment options for BDII. This study will determine the safety, effectiveness, and tolerability of the two drugs in people with BDII.. Participants in this study will be randomly assigned to receive either Li or LTG for 16 weeks. Participants will be assessed every 2 weeks. One week after study completion, participants will have a follow-up visit. Measures of depression, mania, quality of life, functioning, and participant satisfaction will be taken. ...
The above describes a manic episode. In Bipolar Disorder, depression may also alternate with hypomanic episodes. These are not as long lasting or severe as a full manic episode. The high mood in hypomania lasts for at least 4 days and it does not cause interference with normal social or occupational functioning. hide ...
chi-square test: 1.Between Bipolar Disorder and Control Grou...... chi-square test: 1.Between Bipolar Disorder and Control Groups: genotype: X2=7.96, P-value = 0.019, lost after Bonferroni correction; allele: X2=7.66, P-value = 0.006, OR=1.41, 95%CI 1.10-1.80 2.In Bipolar I Disorder (BID) and Bipolar II Disorder (BIID) Groups: allele: X2=0.104, P-value = 0.747 More... ...
Our laboratory is focused on the dissection of the mechanisms of neuropeptide action in the brain, from molecular via anatomical to the whole organism level. We employ genetic, molecular, anatomical, viral, optogenetic and behavioral approaches to study the effects of addressed axonal release of various neuropeptides within the distinct brain regions controlling stress and fear responses, maternal and social behavior. Furthermore, our group uses animal models of psychiatric diseases, including anxiety disorders and autism, to study the possible contribution of neuropeptides to the pathogenesis of the respective human diseases ...
This post could be sub-titled "No, a tired dog is not always a good dog," or alternatively, "Why We Choose Pasta with Cream Sauce Over Vegetable Soup on a Difficult Day." Okay, maybe its just me that makes poor decisions about lunch when Im exhausted, but this research suggests that I, along my dogs, are not alone.. A study by Miller et. al. followed up on earlier work about the effect of self-control on risk taking and decision making. ("Too dog tired to avoid danger: Self-control depletion in canines increases behavioral approach toward an aggressive threat." Psych Bull Rev 2012 19:535-540.) Heres the background to this study: Multiple studies on humans have found that we appear to have a limited amount of self-control (A shock to us all, no doubt). It is as though we have a bank account of energy devoted to self-control and once it is depleted, we are unable to spend any more. For example, people told to control their impulse to eat fresh cookies (versus radishes) gave up faster on ...
As the growing incidence of obesity affects worldwide populations, it becomes ever more important to find successful ways to treat it. The behavioral approach relies on a collaboration between patient and provider to develop a program of lifestyle change ...
As the growing incidence of obesity affects worldwide populations, it becomes ever more important to find successful ways to treat it. The behavioral approach relies on a collaboration between patient and provider to develop a program of lifestyle change ...
As the growing incidence of obesity affects worldwide populations, it becomes ever more important to find successful ways to treat it. The behavioral approach relies on a collaboration between patient and provider to develop a program of lifestyle change ...
Little is understood about the use of person-centered care (PCC) for individuals with delirium superimposed on dementia (DSD), especially in the acute care setting. As part of a larger clinical trial, the purpose of the current exploratory study was to describe examples and qualitatively derived themes of nurse-facilitated PCC for hospitalized older adults with dementia and delirium. A total of 750 delirium rounds were analyzed across three diverse acute care sites. Qualitative derived themes of PCC included: (a) Knowing the Patients Baseline; (b) Knowing the Patients Interests and Values; (c) Enhancing Sensory Abilities to Communicate; (d) Individualizing Cognitive Stimulation; and (e) Enhancing Behavioral Approaches to Comfort and Sleep ...
Bipolar disorder is a treatable illness marked by extreme changes in mood, thought, energy, and behavior. It is NOT a flaw in character or sign of weakness. Bipolar 1 disorder is characterized by one or more manic episodes that last at least a week or are so severe that the individual requires hospitalization. Bipolar 2 disorder is characterized by one or more depressive episodes accompanied by at least one hypomanic episode.
This year I gave up on myself. My backbone broke under the weight of the intricate and deceptive facade Id spent years perfecting.A series of idealised thoughts and a startling confession later, I fo...
Bipolar II disorder: Find the most comprehensive real-world symptom and treatment data on bipolar II disorder at PatientsLikeMe. 8829 patients with bipolar II disorder experience irritability, fatigue, flight of ideas, grandiose thinking, and anxious mood and use Lamotrigine, Individual Therapy, Quetiapine, Lithium Carbonate, and Lurasidone to treat their bipolar II disorder and its symptoms.
Bipolar II disorder symptoms include rapid, loud speech; increased energy with hyperactivity and a decreased need for sleep; an elevated mood with feelings of euphoria and irritability; and episodes of depression. Read about treatment, risk factors, and prevention.
In 2017 the US Food and Drug Administration approved a monthly injectable form of the atypical antipsychotic drug aripiprazole, Abilify Maintena, for the prevention of manic and mixed episodes in bipolar I disorder. The intramuscular injections are available for monotherapy in preparations of 300 mg or 400 mg. Maintena did not prevent depressive episodes.. Maintena is already FDA-approved for the treatment of schizophrenia and Tourettes syndrome in adults.. The approval for bipolar I disorder follows a 52-week phase 3, double-blind, placebo-controlled randomized trial. Participants were experiencing a manic episode during screening for the study, met the criteria for bipolar I disorder, and had had at least one prior manic or mixed episode severe enough to require treatment.. Compared to placebo, Maintena in once-a-month injections delayed the recurrence of any mood episode following the initial manic episode at screening. When the researchers separated their analysis based on type of episode, ...
Background: Fifty percent of people injured by whiplash still report neck pain after 1 year and costs associated with whiplash associated disorders (WAD) are mostly attributed to health service and sick-leave costs in chronic conditions. With increasing health care expenditures the economic impact of interventions needs to be considered. Objective: To analyze the cost-effectiveness of physiotherapist-led neck-specific exercise without (NSE) or with a behavioral approach (NSEB), or prescription of physical activity (PPA) in chronic WAD, grade 2 to 3. Methods: This is a secondary cost-effectiveness analysis of a multicenter randomized clinical trial of 216 participants with chronic WAD grade 2 to 3. The interventions were physiotherapist-led neck-specific exercise without or with a behavioral approach, or prescription of physical activity for 12 weeks. Incremental cost-effectiveness ratios (ICERs) were determined after 1 year and bootstrapped cost-effectiveness planes and sensitivity analyses of ...
Numerous products and techniques are promoted for hot flashes, but do they work, and are they safe? To answer these questions, a North American Menopause Society (NAMS) panel of experts weighed the evidence and made recommendations in a position statement, "Nonhormonal management of menopause-associated vasomotor symptoms," published online today in the Societys journal, Menopause.. From 50 to 80 percent of women approaching menopause try nonhormonal therapies for hot flushes. US and British surveys show just how uncertain women are about these therapies, with one survey demonstrating that nearly half feel confused about their options for managing menopause symptoms and another showing that 75% dont feel fully informed about herbal products.. The NAMS panel found evidence that a few therapies do work, including two behavioral approaches and certain nonhormonal prescription medications. Other lifestyle and behavioral approaches, treatments, and a supplement under study look beneficial, but the ...
Living with a mental health challenge of any type, often means that you go through many stages of exploration until you reach a true diagnosis that will allow you and your helping professional to put a plan in place of the proper treatment and self-care routine. Initially these types of changes i...
Many people with undiagnosed bipolar disorder may end up in the hospital during a manic episode. Once the patient has stabilized, they may be sent to a psychologist for a diagnosis. The therapist will ask about symptoms the person has suffered, including how long symptoms last. In some cases, a person with bipolar disorder is initially misdiagnosed with depression or anxiety, which are common mood disorders, and begins to receive treatment for those issues. If treatment does not work or it triggers a manic episode, then the therapist will try a different approach. ...
I just graduated from college. Im 22. I have decided that suicide is my best option right now. This year I was diagnosed with bipolar spectrum...
Depakote is used to treat manic episodes associated with bipolar disorder, as well as certain types of seizures and migraines. | Ph24h.com
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Bipolar disorder is characterized by uncontrollable mood swings typically from a depressed state of functioning to either mania or hypomania. Most people w
Bipolar disorder is characterized by uncontrollable mood swings typically from a depressed state of functioning to either mania or hypomania. Most people w
Looking for online definition of bipolar I disorder in the Medical Dictionary? bipolar I disorder explanation free. What is bipolar I disorder? Meaning of bipolar I disorder medical term. What does bipolar I disorder mean?
It has been suggested that adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may reflect affective temperaments, which involve mild manic and/or depressive traits as part of ones personality. Such innate traits are associated with poor attention. Stimulant medications, given for ADHD, can worsen manic symptoms, thereby worsening attentional symptoms paradoxically, by worsening the underlying mood condition that causes poor attention. This study examines the nature of response to stimulant medication in subjects with affective temperament (Cyclothymia, Hyperthymia, Dysthymia). A retrospective cohort study was conducted of 87 subjects from Tufts Medical Center Mood Disorders Program. Subjects were included if they had ever been prescribed stimulant medications. Prior diagnosis of adult ADHD, or not, also was assessed. This sample was assessed using TEMPS-A scale to measure affective temperaments, and the CGI-I scale to assess clinical change in mood/anxiety and attention/cognition. Data ...
Mood disorders - like depression, anxiety, cyclothymia, obsessive-compulsive, manic-depression, ADD, and bi-polar spectrums - are not the same as personality disorders. While little can be done to "fix" personality disorders, much can be done to help dissipate and improve those struggling with mood disorders. Mood disorders are most often brain chemistry problems which respond quite well to medication.. Now, it is time for a disclaimer. I am not a counselor, psychologist, medical doctor or psychiatrist. Nevertheless, I speak from a perspective of over 40 years of pastor experience, years of study, and counseling scores of families with one or more members who are dealing with personality disorders. I consider myself a tyro in mental health issues; nevertheless, I hope I can give some helpful insights in these areas.. Let me share a simple description of each of the ten personality disorders. More complete descriptions can, of course, be found easily on the internet for those who are ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Are bipolar mood symptoms affected by the phase of the menstrual cycle?. AU - Shivakumar, Geetha. AU - Bernstein, Ira H.. AU - Suppes, Trisha. AU - Keck, Paul E.. AU - McElroy, Susan L.. AU - Altshuler, Lori L.. AU - Frye, Mark A.. AU - Nolen, Willem A.. AU - Kupka, Ralph W.. AU - Grunze, Heinze. AU - Leverich, Gabriele S.. AU - Mintz, Jim. AU - Post, Robert M.. PY - 2008/4/1. Y1 - 2008/4/1. N2 - Background: Evidence suggests gender differences may exist in bipolar disorder, and a review of the literature shows that more women than men may experience rapid-cycling bipolar disorder. The issues contributing to these gender differences are unknown; a number of case reports have indicated the possibility of mood changes secondary to hormonal influences during the menstrual cycle. We sought to examine the relationship between bipolar disorder and menstrual cycle-related mood changes. To our knowledge, this is one of the largest samples in the literature addressing this issue. Methods: ...
Although sleep and circadian rhythm disturbances are significant features of bipolar disorder and are associated with illness severity and recurrence, less is known about their significance prior to illness onset. Therefore, this study investigated these variables using objective assessment methods within a sample at high-risk of bipolar spectrum disorders. Thirty-one high-risk and 24 age- and gender-matched control participants wore an actigraph for 7 days to obtain sleep and circadian activity data. Self-report measures of mood, bed and get-up times, and cognitive style were also obtained. High-risk participants exhibited greater variability in duration, fragmentation, and efficiency of sleep, shorter sleep duration, and later and more variable bedtimes than controls. They also had lower relative amplitude of activity patterns and made more positive self-appraisals for hypomanic experiences. Logistic regression showed that positive self-appraisal and variability in bedtime significantly ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - A longitudinal study of the association between the GNB3 C825T polymorphism and metabolic disturbance in bipolar II patients treated with valproate. AU - Chen, P. S.. AU - Chang, H. H.. AU - Huang, C. C.. AU - Lee, C. C.. AU - Lee, S. Y.. AU - Chen, S. L.. AU - Huang, S. Y.. AU - Yang, Y. K.. AU - Lu, R. B.. PY - 2017/3/1. Y1 - 2017/3/1. N2 - This longitudinal study aimed to investigate the associations between the polymorphisms of guanine nucleotide-binding protein subunit β-3 (GNB3) C825T and metabolic disturbance in bipolar II disorder (BP-II) patients being treated with valproate (VPA). A 100 BP-II patients received a 12-week course of VPA treatment, and their body weight and metabolic indices were measured. At baseline, the GNB3 C825T polymorphisms were associated with the triglyceride level (P=0.032) in BP-II patients. During the VPA treatment course, the polymorphisms were not only associated with body mass index (BMI) and waist circumference (P-values=0.009 and 0.001, ...
Bipolar I disorder is referred to as manic depression. Manic depression presents differently for each individual, but the diagnosis requires a history of at least one manic episode. A manic episode involves a period of time in which emotions are elevated in a positive direction, often for no particular reason. Brief elation at a piece of good news is not manic, but a few weeks of that feeling could indicate mania.. Individuals with bipolar I often spiral into depression following episodes of mania. Depression can wreak havoc on your life and even result in suicidal thoughts. Between cycles, individuals who suffer from bipolar I disorder usually lead fairly normal lives ...
You did not clarify if the daytime wetting started when he took Adderall. If so, stop the medication and see if the problem goes away. If it does not or it did not start with the use of Adderall, you have a different problem.. Does he also have nighttime wetting (enuresis)? Has he always been this way or did it start at age eight? When during the day does it occur? These are all important questions as we try to clarify if the problems are physical or psychological.. Has his family physician evaluated to rule out a medical problem? Do not jump to a behavioral approach until you are convinced that the problem is totally psychological. You have a serious problem. Shame does not work (diapers in school). First, check out the medical issues (The importance of this depends on my initial questions. Is this a chronic or a new problem?).. If there are no medical issues, it may be a maturational delay in bladder control. If so, there are interventions that might help. For example, setting up a plan in ...
IEEE-USA encourages U.S. Sections (Regions 1-6) to launch their own Employment Networks. The purpose of these Networks is to provide more local networking opportunities and group support for IEEE members who are seeking employment opportunities. Employment Networks are taken from the Job Club concept, usually attributed to Dr. Nathan Azrin, a clinical psychologist who co-authored Job Club Counselors Manual: A Behavioral Approach to Vocational Counseling. Azrins manual provides instruction on how job seekers can work effectively in a group to assist one another with their job search campaigns.. IEEE-USA would like to expand this program -- which has demonstrated success in helping members find employment -- throughout the United States. Daryll Griffin, IEEE-USAs Program Manager for Career and Innovation Activities, is available to help IEEE Sections with their efforts to start Employment Networks. For more information, please contact Mr. Griffin at [email protected] or call +1 202 530 ...
Transcript Bipolar illnesses comprise of depressive episodes, as well as, distinct manic episodes. And briefly in a manic episode it can be thought short hand
Depakote is used to heal seizure disorders, convulsions, to prevent migraine and treat acute manic episodes associated with bipolar disorder.
Because the associated hyperactivity often impairs their judgment, these people can cause serious problems for their friends and family, as well as for themselves, of course (for instance, by going on spending sprees, or contracting huge debts, or breaking the law). In other words, manic episodes are accompanied by impulsive behaviour that can, if left untreated, eventually destroy a persons family, career, and finances. Luckily, just as in the case of depression, drug treatment supported by psychotherapy can successfully stabilize the individuals mood and enable him or her to function again.. ...
A cycle is the period of time in which a person goes through one episode of mania and one of depression (or hypomania and depression).
Bipolar disorder not otherwise specified (BD-NOS) is a diagnosis for bipolar disorder (BD) when it does not fall within the other established sub-types. Bipolar disorder NOS is sometimes referred to as subthreshold bipolar disorder. BD-NOS is a mood disorder and one of three subtypes on the bipolar spectrum, which also includes bipolar I disorder and bipolar II disorder. BD-NOS was a classification in the DSM-IV and has since been changed to Bipolar "Other Specified" and "Unspecified" in the 2013 released DSM-5 (American Psychiatric Association, 2013). Bipolar disorder is difficult to diagnose. If a person displays some symptoms of bipolar disorder but not others, the clinician may diagnose bipolar NOS. The diagnosis of bipolar NOS is indicated when there is a rapid change (days) between manic and depressive symptoms and can also include recurring episodes of hypomania. Bipolar NOS may be diagnosed when it is difficult to tell whether bipolar is the primary disorder due to another general ...
It has only been one week since Neko the cat has been in my life, but its been a wonderful week. If you havent read my other recent blog post, Neko is a beautiful three year old domestic short hair cat that my partner and I adopted from our local RSPCA shelter. In a few of…
In humans, changes in day length, shift-work or trans-meridian travel lead to deficits in mood and cognitive functions. Previously, these deficits were thought to arise exclusively from sleep deprivation and/or disruptions in circadian rhythms. Work from Dr. Samer Hattars laboratory has recently shown that light can directly affect mood and learning, even in the context of normal sleep and functional circadian activity. The goal of our project is to determine the retinal and brain circuits that underlie the effects of an aberrant light schedule on mood and cognitive functions, by employing a combination of anatomical, functional, and behavioral approaches. We will evaluate the effects of social and sensory stimulations as possible therapies to prevent the mood and learning deficits induced in mice exposed to aberrant light schedules. Results obtained from this work will uncover the connectivity and functions of new retinal-brain circuits that are required for regulating mood and cognitive ...
In humans, changes in day length, shift-work or trans-meridian travel lead to deficits in mood and cognitive functions. Previously, these deficits were thought to arise exclusively from sleep deprivation and/or disruptions in circadian rhythms. Work from Dr. Samer Hattars laboratory has recently shown that light can directly affect mood and learning, even in the context of normal sleep and functional circadian activity. The goal of our project is to determine the retinal and brain circuits that underlie the effects of an aberrant light schedule on mood and cognitive functions, by employing a combination of anatomical, functional, and behavioral approaches. We will evaluate the effects of social and sensory stimulations as possible therapies to prevent the mood and learning deficits induced in mice exposed to aberrant light schedules. Results obtained from this work will uncover the connectivity and functions of new retinal-brain circuits that are required for regulating mood and cognitive ...
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Diabetes costs the United States an estimated 174 billion annually. About two-thirds of costs arise from direct medical expenditures, and the remainder accrues from disability, work loss, and premature mortality. Associated cardiovascular comorbidities result in further mortality and morbidity; seventy-five percent (75%) of patients with diabetes also have hypertension, and heart disease is a contributing cause on 68% of diabetes-related death certificates. The cardiovascular complications of diabetes can be significantly reduced with appropriate lifestyle modification and primary and secondary preventive care; yet in the current practice environment, primary care providers find it difficult to deliver the comprehensive education and behavioral support needed to ensure adequate risk factor reduction. If patients are to receive better quality of care for this complex, chronic disease, then a model of planned care that better supports behavioral approaches to ...
Mental Health Info about Bipolar Disorder, Types of Depression, Anxiety & Stress. Borderline Personality Disorder & Temper Dysregulation Disorder
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Is Extrapyramidal Disorder a common side effect of Abilify? View Extrapyramidal Disorder Abilify side effect risks. Female, 48 years of age, was diagnosed with bipolar ii disorder, depression and took Abilify . Patient was hospitalized.
ratio-Quetiapine: Quetiapine belongs to a class of medications known as antipsychotics. It is used to treat symptoms of schizophrenia, manic episodes associated with bipolar disorder, and depressive episodes associated with bipolar disorder. It works by affecting the actions of certain chemicals in the brain known as neurotransmitters.
Apo-Quetiapine: Quetiapine belongs to a class of medications known as antipsychotics. It is used to treat symptoms of schizophrenia, manic episodes associated with bipolar disorder, and depressive episodes associated with bipolar disorder. It works by affecting the actions of certain chemicals in the brain known as neurotransmitters.
phl-Quetiapine: Quetiapine belongs to a class of medications known as antipsychotics. It is used to treat symptoms of schizophrenia, manic episodes associated with bipolar disorder, and depressive episodes associated with bipolar disorder. It works by affecting the actions of certain chemicals in the brain known as neurotransmitters.
Seroquel: Quetiapine belongs to a class of medications known as antipsychotics. It is used to treat symptoms of schizophrenia, manic episodes associated with bipolar disorder, and depressive episodes associated with bipolar disorder. It works by affecting the actions of certain chemicals in the brain known as neurotransmitters.
Depakote is used to heal seizure disorders, convulsions, to prevent migraine and treat acute manic episodes associated with bipolar disorder. 125/250/500/mg.
The anatomy of a manic episode by a nurse who lives with bipolar disorder in its many inglorious manifestations. Why, oh why do I enjoy this madness so much.....and why in the name of all that is...
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This guideline covers recognising, assessing and treating bipolar disorder (formerly known as manic depression) in children, young people and adults. The recommendations apply to bipolar I, bipolar II, mixed affective and rapid cycling disorders. It aims to improve access to treatment and quality of life in people with bipolar disorder. ...
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We want to develop the means by which to more accurately diagnose bipolar disease in children," said Robert L. Findling, the Rocco L Motto, M.D., Professor of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at the School of Medicine and director of the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at University Hospitals Case Medical Center. He is the studys coordinating principal investigator.. From the point of enrollment, children participating in the studys initial phase have been evaluated every six months for their psychiatric diagnoses, symptoms, use of mental health services and medication, and psychosocial function. The NIMH renewal grant allows researchers to continue these six-month evaluations among participants, who will now be between eight and 17 years of age. This will enable the collection of data during a period when study participants are at greater risk of developing a bipolar spectrum disorder, Findling said.. Researchers will also incorporate both neurocognitive testing (evaluations that ...
Objective: To evaluate the efficacy and safety of quetiapine monotherapy in children and adolescents with mania associated with bipolar I disorder.. Method: Patients aged 10 to 17 years, with a DSM-IV-TR diagnosis of a manic episode associated with bipolar I disorder and Young Mania Rating Scale (YMRS) total score ≥ 20 were randomized to 3 weeks of quetiapine (400 or 600 mg/d) or placebo. The primary efficacy measure was change in YMRS total score. The study was conducted at 34 centers in the United States between August 2004 and July 2006.. Results: The intent-to-treat population included 277 patients. Least squares mean change in YMRS score from baseline to end point by mixed-model, repeated-measures analysis was -14.25, -15.60, and -9.04 for quetiapine 400 mg/d, quetiapine 600 mg/d, and placebo, respectively (P , .001, each quetiapine dose vs placebo). Significant improvement in YMRS score versus placebo was first observed at day 4 (P = .015) with quetiapine 400 mg/d and day 7 (P , .001) ...
On the day of her death, Marilyn Monroe was in the company of many people, none of who reported any immediately implied threat or perceived action from Monroe that suggested an imminent danger of suicide, nor any behavior that was outside of her already troubled mental state of manic highs and depressive lows. Shed a history of emotional instability that, today, would likely be classified as Bipolar II Disorder and she was under the continual care of a general physician and a psychiatrist. Monroe was no stranger to prescription pharmaceuticals, specifically anti-depressants and sleeping pills, but she was a relatively light alcohol drinker.. Marilyn Monroe had a difficult year in 1961. She worked very little due to health issues. Besides her emotional imbalance and substance dependency, she underwent surgery for endometriosis (uterus ailment) and a cholecystectomy (gall bladder removal), then suffered a painful attack of sinusitis. Her stress level soared from a lawsuit with 20th Century Fox ...

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Cyclothymic disorder is characterized by two or more years of recurrent and intermittent mood episodes in which the individual ... Cyclothymic disorder can present as predominantly depressed, predominantly hypomanic, or balanced with approximately equal ... Cyclothymic depressions include symptoms such as sadness, anhedonia, low energy, pessimism, poor concentration, and sleep and ... Cyclothymic hypomanic periods involve symptoms such as euphoria, high energy/activity, talkativeness, high self-confidence and ...
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It is a mild form of bipolar disorder (manic depressive illness), in which a person has mood swings over a period of years that ... Cyclothymic disorder is a mental disorder. It is a mild form of bipolar disorder (manic depressive illness), in which a person ... The causes of cyclothymic disorder are unknown. Major depression, bipolar disorder, and cyclothymia often occur together in ... Cyclothymic disorder. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. 5th ed. Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric ...
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Cyclothymic Disorder DSM-5 301.13 (F34.0). DSM-5 Category: Mood Disorders. Introduction. Cyclothymic Disorder is a DSM-5 ( ... Treatment for Cyclothymic Disorder. The DSM-5 does not specify treatment options for Cyclothymic Disorder (American Psychiatric ... The DSM-5 indicates that Cyclothymic Disorder is comorbid with substance abuse disorders (see Differential Diagnosis) as ... of individuals with cyclothymic will develop either condition (American Psychiatric Association, 2013). Cyclothymic disorder ...
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Examining the validity of cyclothymic disorder in a youth sample: replication and extension. Van Meter, Anna; Youngstrom, Eric ... Bipolar disorder and comorbidity in a juvenile outpatient sample. Grant, Marie C.; Hernandez, Mariely; Aspland, Ellen K.; More ... Toward a more efficient screening of bipolar disorder in a sample of addictive patients. Weber, B.; Nallet, A.; Favre, S.; More ... Toward a more efficient screening of bipolar disorder in a sample of addictive patients. Weber, B.; Nallet, A.; Favre, S.; More ...
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  • They suffer from these disorders throughout the relationship, as well as after the relationship ends. (audible.com)
  • This audiobook will seek to define cognitive dissonance as it relates to narcissists, toxic people, psychopaths, and other mentally ill or personality-disordered individuals. (audible.com)
  • Cyclothymic disorder can present as predominantly depressed, predominantly hypomanic, or balanced with approximately equal proportions of high and low periods (Goodwin & Jamison, 1990). (wiley.com)
  • Fine mapping of a susceptibility locus for bipolar and genetically related unipolar affective disorders, to a region containing the C21ORF29 and TRPM2 genes on chromosome 21q22.3. (medscape.com)
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