1 edition of The bipolar spectrum found in the catalog.
The bipolar spectrum
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Joel Paris|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011043560|
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Unfortunately, the bipolar spectrum being used to explain a wide variety of psychopathological phenomena has caused classic bipolar disorder to become almost lost in the shuffle. Combining research findings and personal experiences, Dr. Paris documents the damage of overdiagnosis and explores alternative treatments patients could benefit from. In our new book, Navigating Relationships In Bipolar Disorder, we break down the full spectrum of issues (mood swings, erratic behavior, deception, and withdrawal) where bipolar disorder can effect, alter, or even damage relationships.
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“A must read for every psychiatrist who treats bipolar disorder and wants to better understand the risks of the bipolar spectrum concept.
Paris identifies the conceptual and empirical limitations of the bipolar spectrum and the salesmen who have oversold the data.”Cited by: 9. In A Spectrum Approach The bipolar spectrum book Mood Disorders, nationally recognized expert James Phelps provides an in-depth exploration of the signs, symptoms, and nuanced presentations of the mood disorder spectrum, focusing on the broad gray area between Major Depression and Bipolar I.
Combining theoretical understanding and real-world scenarios, Phelps offers /5(22). Bipolar Spectrum Disorders: M, m, D, d. Like other areas of medicine, psychiatry is constantly undergoing changes in the face of new treatments and new ideas. The basic concept of a. Recognizing and Managing the Ups and Downs of Bipolar II and Soft Bipolar Disorder.
This describes bipolar spectrum disorder as the “Mood Spectrum”. In the Mood Spectrum model depression and bipolar disorder are seen as the two opposite ends of a continuum, and people can be found all along the spectrum.
Bipolar disorder is a spectrum disorder. It involves extremes of mood shifts and a range of other symptoms that affect people in different ways and to varying degrees. Many. For more information on the bipolar spectrum, check out the book: Why Am I Still Depressed. Recognizing and Managing the Ups and Downs of Bipolar II and Soft Bipolar Disorder by Jim Phelps.
Cheryl Cranick fictionalized her The bipolar spectrum book II misdiagnosis and severe weight gain into a novel titled "Becoming". Jules Angst, Prof. med. 01 August Over- and under-diagnosis of bipolar disorder Although the under-diagnosis of bipolar disorder remains a fact, Dr Gangdev makes the valid point that there are very few advocates for those misdiagnosed as BP patients and mentions that temperament and vegetative lability should not be considered is in full Cited by: THE PRIMACY OF MANIA.
A very original approach to the bipolar spectrum notion, advanced by Koukopoulos, 42 is the primacy of mania hypothesis, the notion that depression cannot happen without mania: mania is the fire, depression is the notion harkens back even beyond the bipolar spectrum concept to Kraepelin's original, much broader Cited by: Unfortunately, the bipolar spectrum being used to explain a wide variety of psychopathological phenomena has caused classic bipolar disorder to become almost lost in the shuffle.
Combining research findings and personal experiences, Dr. Paris documents the damage of overdiagnosis and explores alternative treatments patients could benefit : Joel Paris. Bipolar journalist Jane Pauley and Columbia's Dr.
David Kahn discuss the many facets of bipolar disorder. Systematic review of the prevalence of bipolar disorder and bipolar spectrum disorders in population-based studies. Trends in Psychiatry and Psychother 99 – Diflorio, A., & Jones, I.
().Cited by: 6. Labeling such behaviors as "bipolar spectrum" suggests that the brains of affected people have a milder form of the pathology that exists in the brains of persons with major bipolar disorder. Akiskal literally owns the terms “bipolar spectrum” and “mood spectrum,” which view both mood and temperament as blended shades of the same phenomenon rather than separate entities.
Thus depression typically has elements of mania or hypomania, and vice-versa. Bipolar disorder, previously known as manic depression, is a mental disorder characterized by periods of depression and abnormally elevated moods.
If the elevated mood is severe or associated with psychosis, it is called mania; if it is less severe, it is called hypomania. During mania, an individual behaves or feels abnormally energetic, happy, or cations: Suicide, self-harm. OBJECTIVE: To review new perspectives on diagnosis, clinical features, epidemiology, and treatment of bipolar II and related disorders.
QUALITY OF EVIDENCE: Articles were identified by searching MEDLINE and ClinPSYCH from January to August using the key words bipolar disorder, type II or 2; hypomania; spectrum; or by: The book provides useful tools to help diagnose and treat mid-spectrum bipolar disorders, with thoughtful discussions of how patients present in clinical settings.
The author deftly explores the overlapping symptoms of mixed bipolar symptoms, anxiety disorders, borderline personality disorders, ADHD, and major : Tammas Kelly. The Mood Spectrum Moods come in many colors.
Depression is the most common, but there are other shades that are important to identify. Depressed Mood Sad, down, tired, unmotivated, tearful, low self-esteem; thoughts that turn to guilt or pessimism.
It can feel like there’s no reason to live. Patterns of sleeping and eating may change. Identify signs and symptoms associated with bipolar disorder with this early question self-test by Dr Ivan K Goldberg.
Designed to screen for the possibility of a bipolar spectrum disorder in individuals 18 or older, the test assumes you have already had at least one episode of depression.
See below for an important note on flaws in this test. Sarah H. Juul, Charles B. Nemeroff, in Handbook of Clinical Neurology, Bipolar disorder. Lifetime prevalence of bipolar spectrum disorders based on NCS-R data is estimated at % for bipolar I disorder, % for bipolar II disorder, and % for subthreshold bipolar disorder, cumulatively affecting nearly 9 million adults in the USA with a total lifetime prevalence of %.
Bipolar spectrum disorder (BSD), previously known as manic-depressive illness, is a brain disorder that results in significant and severe changes in mood, energy, activity levels and ability to carry out routine tasks.
These shifts are more severe than the normal ups and downs that most people experience. Nearly 6 million adults in America are. Bottom line: The “bipolar spectrum” view used to be regarded as a radical idea.
It goes against the official diagnostic rule book (the DSM). But the bipolar spectrum idea not radical anymore. It’s practically mainstream now. Both ways of looking at diagnosis (spectrum and DSM) have value. Be smart, use both.Whilst this was a good quality review, further research is needed to find accurate screening tools which can be used in primary care to improve the recognition of bipolar spectrum disorders.
Currently screening tools for bipolar disorder are not suitable for use in primary care.This book is written by an award-winning mental health journalist and, according to its description, “You will also gain insights into: The bipolar spectrum, which overlaps with depression and anxiety and personality.” This book is available in softcover and eBook formats.