A Review Paper On Bipolar Disorder
Patil Rajvardhan Dipak , Mulla Simran Aslam , Mehta Kruti Chetan , Pournima Krishnadatt sutar, Kumbhar Roshani Arjun , Dange Vidya Namdeo , Mali Swapnil Santosh
Bipolar disorder, Manic , Hypomanic, Depressive, cognitive impairment, mortality, Unipolar depression, biomarkers.
A complex group of severe and chronic conditions known as bipolar disorders includes bipolar I disorder, which is characterized by the occurrence of a syndromal, manic episode, and bipolar II disorder, which is characterized by the occurrence of a syndromal, hypomanic episode as well as a major depressive episode. More than 1% of people worldwide suffer from bipolar disorders, which are recurrent, chronic conditions. Because they can cause cognitive and functional impairment as well as increased mortality, notably from cardiovascular disease and suicide, bipolar disorders are among the main causes of disability among young people. Patients frequently have medical comorbidities, both psychiatric and nonpsychiatric, which may also raise the risk of death. Since the onset of bipolar disorder typically occurs during a depressive episode and shares characteristics with unipolar depression, accurate diagnosis of the condition is challenging in clinical practice. Furthermore, the disorder currently lacks any reliable biomarkers. As a result, clinical assessment continues to play a crucial role .
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Unique Paper ID: 161802

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 6

Page(s): 208 - 213
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