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As I mentioned, people with bipolar type II spend 35X more time depressed than hypomanic, and yet there are very few treatments available. As we discussed last time, the neurotransmitter glutamate... Read Full Post
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People with bipolar disorder 2 spend 35 times more time depressed than hypomanic. As a person with bipolar type 2, I can tell you how true this is. Bipolar type 2 is more like a depressive disorder... Read Full Post
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I have spent hundreds of pages, over eight years, talking about what it’s like to be sick. I’ve talked about side effect hell and horrible doctors and an illness that tries to drag you, kicking and... Read Full Post
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I recently received a couple of comments on the antidepressants and dependence / addiction post from Tabby. My response to her second comment ended up being so long I decided to put it in it's own... Read Full Post
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Before I started taking psych meds, one of the major concerns I had was addiction. I didn’t want to be an addict of any sort as I’m quite familiar with the horrors of addiction, having addicts in the... Read Full Post
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In spite of the meme seen some places, I am not, in fact, bought off by a drug company. If I were, I’d be writing this from a tiny café in Paris while enjoying une café au lait et le palmier, which I... Read Full Post
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Busy. Crazy. Crazy busy. New antipsychotic. You know how it is. Mental Illness Articles You Should Read As per the usual, however, I plow through my own research materials like a crazy person ... Read Full Post
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Not infrequently, at the Bipolar Burble I get comments about how if famous artists with mental illnesses had of been medicated, we would have no art today. For some odd reason their go-to example is... Read Full Post

 
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