The symptoms of bipolar disorder have affected millions of Americans. A person’s energy level, mood, and their ability to be able to function are some of the common identifiers in a person’s mood disorder that characterize bipolar symptoms.
Some factors that can trigger bipolar disorder are:
- Major Event in a Person’s Life. Certain events that may occur in a person’s life whether they are good or bad can cause the person to have a bipolar episode.
- Stress. From time to time, everyone deals with stress; however, a person that suffers from bipolar disorder finds it very difficult to handle stressful situations.
- Sleep Deprivation. The loss of sleep, even the lack of a few hours that have been missed, can generate a mania episode.
- Medication. Some prescribed medications, generally anti-depressants, tend to trigger an episode of mania. Over-the-counter medications can also induce bipolar episodes.
- Extreme irritability
- Difficulty in concentration
- Aggressive behaviors
- Poor judgment
- Abnormal increase in activities
- Reckless behaviors
- Racing thoug