skip to Main Content

Welcome

Need2Know specialise in self-help guides aimed at parents, students, teachers and the inquisitive.

Need2Know books cover a vast range of subjects - from special educational needs to hobbies, work and business to dieting - with the aim to provide you ‘Everything you need to know – in words you understand’.

Get In Touch

Email: 5bxplans@gmail.com
Phone: 01733 890099
Address: Coltsfoot Drive, Woodston, Peterborough

Our Location

01733 890099 5bxplans@gmail.com

The essential guide to Bipolar Disorder

£9.99

Rated 0 out of 5
(be the first to review)

Bipolar disorder, formerly called manic depression, is a common condition affecting around 1 in 100 adults at some point in their lives. Worldwide, it affects about 254 million people, with 2.4 million in the UK.

Categories: , , ,

Description

ISBN: 978-1-91084-365-9
Series editor: Robert Duffy
Size: 205mm x 195mm
Binding: Softback
Publication date: Feb 2018
Readership: Bipolar disorder sufferers, friends, family, professionals

RRP: £9.99
Pages: 96

Synopsis

Bipolar disorder, formerly called manic depression, is a common condition affecting around 1 in 100 adults at some point in their lives. Worldwide, it affects about 254 million people, with 2.4 million in the UK.

The exact nature of someone’s illness will be unique to them. These moods typically swing between low or ‘depressive’, with feelings of intense unhappiness and despair, and high or ‘manic’, with feelings of supreme confidence, euphoria and boundless energy. Having bipolar disorder can be a frightening, bewildering experience, especially before diagnosis and treatment.

This book will help readers understand bipolar disorder and the kind of help available for the condition. It will explain the causes of bipolar disorder, its symptoms and effects, how a diagnosis is made and how it’s possible to lead a happy and fulfilling life by managing the condition with the correct treatments. There will also be information for friends and family close to someone with bipolar disorder.

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “The essential guide to Bipolar Disorder”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Close search
Back To Top