Bipolar Disorder Insomnia Sleep Diary Entries with Hints and ...

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"Bipolar Disorder Insomnia sleeping problems is the topic of today’s episode and talks about how sleep can adversely affect your bipolar symptoms.

The episode features myself who is diagnosed with Bipolar disorder Type 1 and I am currently in a manic and hypomanic state with symptoms of psychosis thrown into the mix. The footage is raw and often filmed while having an episode so you can see what bipolar is like as it happens.

I want other sufferers of mental illness especially bipolar disorder to realise that they are not alone and to raise awareness for those in the community and those who care for people with mental illness.

Lee James Artist is a full time artist and co-owner of Love Upcycled www.loveupcycled.com

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"I quit taking the meds. A week later I saw the neurologist. The tests were inconclusive. From there I was sent to see yet another shrink. I was a mess."

Amy

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Tips & Hints

  • Establish healthy routines

    Doing exercise and establishing healthy routines can help you to relieve stress and level your moods. Try to sleep seven or eight hours...
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  • Avoid alcohol and stimulants

    Drinking alcohol can neutralize the beneficial effects of the medication you have been prescribed. Alcohol can also cause liver damage,...
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  • Be careful with the medication

    People who suffer from bipolar disorders have to avoid taking medications that the doctor has not prescribed. Let your psychiatrist, nu...
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  • Keep appointments with your therapist and psychiatrist

    If you miss appointments, you tend to lose touch and can start to unwind. It is a good idea for your support team to know what is going...
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  • Master your triggers

    This is extremely important. When you learn to identify your triggers you are able to manage your mood cycles when they begin, instead ...
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