Is Bipolar Curable?
It is normal for us as human beings to experience fluctuations in our mood based on our environment and experiences. And just like some people will experience certain moods more than others, some of us will experience fluctuations between these moods more than others too.
Bipolar disorder on the other hand is characterised by regular swings from extreme euphoria to depression and it is something that requires professional help to overcome.
In this article we’ll look at the common questions of “Is Bipolar Curable?” and look into one treatment that we have found to produce consistently positive results when dealing with Bipolar Disorder.Is Bipolar Curable?
The truth behind this questions is that there is no black and white answer. Bipolar Disorder is a mental illness that can be very difficult to treat but with holistic approach that incorporates:
- Medication, and
- Healthy lifestyle choices
You can help the brain balance and be normal in its mood behaviour over the long term.
Now I understand that for people who have been suffering with Bipolar for a long time, especially those using medication and other forms of treatment with little or no improvement it can seem that you will live under this cloud forever. But every year there is more and more research and clinical based evidence support the theory that you can change your thought patterns and the more you do it, the better you become.
We strongly believe in this theory because we put it into practice everyday at the Brain Wellness Spa and have seen the results day after day of how QNR Therapy really can help people take back control of their lives after suffering from Bipolar Disorder for many years.
Should I Take Medication
Usually the first professional help someone will seek when dealing with Bipolar Disorder is their General Practitioner. While it is important to see a GP who can prescribe medications that have proven to be effective in managing the symptoms of Bipolar Disorder, it should by no means be the only place that you seek expert help from.
Medication can help to stabilize the brain, giving you enough relief from the regular mood swings associated with bipolar disorder. It is also effective when working alongside other proven therapies for a more long term solution that deals with the underlying causes or the mental illness and can provide ongoing relief.
So whilst medication is an important part of the initial treatment plan the long term goal should be to restore balance to the brain through effective, drug free therapy and healthy lifestyle changes so that eventually you can reduce or remove your need for ongoing medication.
This of course should only be done under your doctor’s supervision.
What Type Of Therapy Should I Seek?
There are many types of therapy used to treat Bipolar Disorder such as
- Behavioral Therapy: This focuses on behaviors that decrease stress.
- Interpersonal Therapy: This involves relationships and aims to reduce strains that the illness may place upon them.
- Social Rhythm Therapy. This helps you develop and maintain a normal sleep schedule and more predictable daily routines.
- Cognitive Therapy: This type of approach involves learning to identify and modify the patterns of thinking that accompany mood shifts.
More recently we have seen success rates of up to 98% when treating Bipolar Disorder by using cutting edge Quantum Neuro Recoding (QNR) which has revolutionised the way we treat mental and emotional illnesses.
QNR is a combination of many of the above therapies that addresses the key root of Bipolar disorder mood swings, which are the behavioural patterns that cause the brain to display symptoms of Bipolar.
And it is because QNR addresses the cause of the behaviour, from the conception of that behaviour right up until the current time of seeing the patient, that the majority of people who undergo this therapy are able to feel more in control of their emotions, feelings, thoughts and thinking so that they have a more balanced mood on an ongoing basis.
Then through an ongoing maintenance program that people who previously were affected by Bipolar Disorder can begin to maintain a more balanced mood, reduce irrational behaviour, and become more rational thinkers.
So whilst it is impossible at this stage to say that Bipolar Disorder is 100% curable, we have better treatment plans that are producing world first successful result rates, available for anyone who may be suffering from Bipolar Disorder today.