Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depressive disease, is a brain disorder that causes strange shifts in energy, mood, activity levels, and the capability to carry out any task.

Symptoms of bipolar disorder are brutal. They are different from the normal problem that every person goes through in their regular lives. Bipolar disorder can result in spoiled relationships, poor school or job performance, and even suicide. The mood swings can range from mild to severe. But, it can be treated, and people with this illness can once again lead healthy lives.

A person can be found in severe conditions at any given point of time. This disorder generally can be seen in youngsters between the age of 15 and 25 years. Bipolar disorder is one of the most general co-occurring disorders found with addicts. This disorder must be tackled by professionals with an ability to treat both co-occurring diseases.

Since, individuals with bipolar disorder can feel very low at times and might even have suicidal thoughts, it is very essential to nurture them.

Mania and Hypomania in Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar hypomania, mania and depression are the key symptoms of bipolar disorder. The sudden drastic mood swings episodes of bipolar disorder do not follow a set pattern. Depression does not always allow mania. A person may experience the same mood state several times for weeks, months or years before suddenly having the opposite mood. The harshness of mood phases can differ in every individual.

Hypomania is a less dangerous form of mania. It is a mood that many don’t see as a problem. However, for a person with bipolar disorder, hypomania can develop into mania or can switch into serious depression.

Red Road Recover specializes in bipolar co-occurring treatment and assures you speedy recovery. Apart from mood swings and depression, people with bipolar disorder can also suffer from many other problems that need to be treated. Expert staff of Red Road Recovery has the capability and knowledge to deal with these severe conditions.

At Red Road Recovery, re-establishment of mental peace and health is our goal.