Understanding Depression and Bipolar Disorder

Mood disorders, such as bipolar disorder (formerly known as manic depression) and depression, affect millions of people. During depressive phases, people feel very sad, lose interest in things, feel low in energy, have insomnia (or sleep too much), feel worthless, and may become suicidal. During mania, they may be elated (high) in mood or very irritable, with an increase in activity and energy, grandiose beliefs, fast, pressured speech, and a decreased need for sleep.

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