Amanda Seabrook

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When you live with bipolar disorder getting adequate sleep is vital: it restores and rejuvenates the brain and body with effects on alertness, mood, cognition, body weight and overall good health. But when things like medications or moods disrupt your sleep, there are some things you need to keep in mind:

When you live with bipolar disorder getting adequate sleep is vital: it restores and rejuvenates the brain and body with effects on alertness, mood, cognition,

Hi, I am Sarah. After starting medication to treat my bipolar disorder my weight exploded and I gained over 40 lbs. Medication helped me stabilize my moods but I felt lethargic, miserable and foggy – all the

Hi, I am Sarah. After starting medication to treat my bipolar disorder my weight exploded and I gained over 40 lbs. Medication helped me stabilize my moods but I felt lethargic, miserable and foggy

Bipolar Depression—When Routine Goes To The Dogs | bpHope - bp Magazine Community

To prevent mania & depression from threatening your routine, learn to recognize their subtle warning signs. By Beth Brownsberger Mader Our

What to Do if Someone with Bipolar Refuses Treatment - HealthyPlace

What to Consider Before a Bipolar Pregnancy: Your Marriage - HealthyPlace

Diet and Bipolar Disorder: Peers weigh in with diet tips that make it easier to eat better and control your weight: http://www.bphope.com/pound-advice/

Peers weigh in with diet tips that make it easier to eat better and control your weight. By Elizabeth Forbes Carrying extra pounds isn’t just

How to be your best advocate so you have a say in your own care. Bp Magazine columnist, Melody Moezzi, discusses some important conversations we need to be having (as well as documents we need to be creating) when we are well.

How to be your best advocate so you have a say in your own care. Bp Magazine columnist, Melody Moezzi, discusses some important conversations we need to be having (as well as documents we need to be creating) when we are well.

The Role of Family and Friends in a Bipolar Person's Life - Bipolar Support - Bipolar Disorder | HealthyPlace

The Role of Family and Friends in a Bipolar Person's Life - Bipolar Support - Bipolar Disorder

Insomnia and Bipolar Disorder: A Symptom ‘To Count On’ | bpHope - bp Magazine Community

Insomnia often goes hand-in-hand with bipolar disorder, and it can have dangerous consequences for bipolar symptoms. By JB Burrage One well

Whether you are dealing with a time change at home or when traveling, people with bipolar disorder can regulate mood swings by adjusting sleep.

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