Causes of Bipolar Affective Disorder

Possible causes include a combination of biological, psychological, and social sources of distress. Increasingly, research suggests that these factors may cause changes in brain function, including the altered activity of certain neural circuits in the brain. 

We have included five websites that have information that will allow people to get more information about bipolar affectiv disorder. They include: 

The mainstay of treatment is usually medication, talk therapy, or a combination of the two. Increasingly, research suggests that these treatments may normalise brain changes associated with bipolar affective disorder.  SUPER CRO has several resources on our Recovery Resources Encyclopaedia Box (RRE Box)  RRE Box that can assist people to learn about bipolar affective disorder. 

Head to HealthThis Way UpWayahead, Beyond BlueBlack Dog Institute

Disclaimer: This disclaimer came about because of the frequent requests that were generated by the Google Ads grants SUPER CRO applied for when we became a charity in 2018. The grant  is managed by Digital Ninjas pro bono.   SUPER CRO does not give advice on diagnoses, symptoms, cure, or signs, you can find plenty of information about these in the websites listed below or from the DSM-5, or ICD-10 that are used in the medical model to enable psychiatrists to prescribe medication to their patients.

We would encourage you to go to the Australian Governments website Head to Health to continue your search for information that will hopefully assist you or your loved ones Recovery  

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