Manobal Klinik

Here at “Manobal Klinik” full attention is paid on the patients who are suffering form different kind of Mental Problems.

Specialty Clinics:

Anti smoking Klinik, Memory Klinik, Bipolar Klinik, Psycho Diagnostic Services, Counseling Services (Cognitive behavior therapy), Child Psychological & Psychiatric Services, Marriage Counseling.

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We are specialize in psychiatry and are certified in treating mental disorders.
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full attention is paid on the patients who are suffering form different kind of Mental Problems.
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Psychiatric assessment typically starts with a mental status examination and the compilation of a case history.
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Bipolar Klinik » Symptoms



Bipolar disorder is divided into several subtypes. Each has a different pattern of symptoms. Types of bipolar disorder include:

Bipolar disorder I: Mood swings with bipolar I cause significant difficulty in your job, school or relationships. Manic episodes can be severe and dangerous.

Bipolar disorder II: Bipolar II is less severe than bipolar I. You may have elevated mood, irritability and some changes in your functioning, but generally you can carry on with your normal daliy routine. Instead of full-blown mania, you have hypomania-a less severe form of main. In bipolar II, periods of depression typically last longer than periods of hypomania.

Cyclothymia: Cyclothymia is a mild form of bipolar disorder. With cyclothymia, hypomania & depression can be disruptive, but the lighs & lows are not as severe as they are with other types of bipolar disorder.

The exact symptoms of bipolar disorder vary from person to person. For some people, depression causes the most problems, for other people manic symptoms are the main concern. Symptoms of depression & symptoms of mania or hypomania may also occur together. This is known as a mixed episode.

Manie phase of bipolar disorder
Signs & symptoms of the manic or hypomanic phase of bipolar disorder can include:

  • Euphoria
  • Extreme optimism
  • Inflated self-esteem
  • Poor judgment
  • Rapid speech
  • Racing thoughts
  • Aggressive behavior
  • Agitation or irritation
  • Increased Physical Activity
  • Risky Behavior
  • Speending spress on unwise finacial choices
  • Increased drive to perform or achive goals
  • Increased sex drive
  • Decresed need for sleep
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Careless or dangerous use of drugs or alcohol
  • Frequent absence from work or school
  • Delicous or a break from reality (psychosis)
  • Poor performace at work or school

Depressive phase of Bipolar Disorder
Signs & Symptoms of the depressive phase of bipolar disorder can include:

  • Sadness
  • Hopelessness
  • Suicidal thoughts of behavior
  • Anxiety
  • Guilt
  • Sleep problems
  • Low appetite or increased appetite
  • Fatigue
  • Loss of interest in daily activites
  • Problems concertrating
  • Irritability
  • Chornic pain without a known cause
  • Frequent absences from work or school
  • Poor performance at work or school

Other signs and symptoms bipolar disorder
Signs & Symptoms of bioplar disorder can also include:

Seasonal Changes in mood: As with seosonal affective disorder (SAD), some peoples with bioplar disorder have moods that changes with the seasons. Some people become manic or hypomanic in the spring or summer and then become depressed in the fall or winter. For other people, the cycle is reversed - they become depressed in the spring or summer & manic or hypomanic in the fall or winter.

Rapid cycling bipolar disorder: Some people with bipolar disorder have rapid mood shifts. This is defined as having four or more mood swings within a single year.However, in some people mood shifts occur much more quickly, sometimes within just hours.

Psychosis: Severe episodes of either manic or depression may result in psychosis, a detachment from reality. Symptoms of psychosis may include false but strongly held beliefs (delusions) and hearing or seeing things that aren't there (hallucinations). In some people, sudden psychosis (a psychotic break) is the first signs of bipolar disorder.

Symptoms in children & adolescents
Instead of clear-cut depression & mania or hypomania, the most prominent signs of bipolar disorder in children & adolescents can include explosive temper, rapid mood shifts, reckless behavior and aggression. In some cases, these shifts occur with in hours or less-for example, a child may have intense periods of giddness and silliness,
long boutsof crying and outbursts of explosive anger all in one day. Changing sleep patterns are also a common indicator of childhood bipolar disorder.

When to see a dcotor
If you have any sympotms of depression or mania, see your doctor or mental health provider. Bipolar disorder doesn't get better on its own. Getting treatment from mental health provider with experience in bipolar disorder can help you get your symptoms under control.

Many people with bipolar disorder don't get the treatment they need. Despite the mood extremes, people with bipolar disorder often don't recogize how much their emotional instability disrupts thier lives and the lives of their loved ones. And if you're like some people with bipolar disorder, you may enjoy the feelings of euphoria and cycles of being more productive. However, this euphoria is always followed by an emotional crash that can leave you depressed, worn out-and perhaps in finanical, legal or relationship trouble.

If you're reluctant to seek treatment, confide in a friend or loved one, a health care professional, a faith leader or someone else you trust. They can help you take the first setps to successful treatment.

If you have suicidual thoughts
Suicidal thoughts and behavior are common among people with bipolar disorder. If you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts, get help right away. Here are some steps you can take:

Contract a family member or friend.
Seek help from your doctor, a mental health provider or other health care professional.
Call a suicide hot line number (if any, in your city)
Contact a minister, spirtual leader or someone in your faith community.