Clients with Bipolar Report Noticeable Improvement After 1st Session

Bipolar disorder is a serious psychiatric condition that is characterized by unusual or extreme shifts in mood, energy, or activity.1 While it is not unusual for a person to experience day-to-day fluctuations in how they feel, individuals with bipolar disorder suffer from changes in mood and energy that range from the extreme low of depression to the serious highs of mania or hypomania.

Mania and the less severe, hypomania, can cause significant problems at work, home, or school. In some cases, mania is significant enough to require hospitalization. Common symptoms of mania and hypomania include:

  • Abnormally elevated mood, feeling keyed up, or wired
  • Unusual increase in energy or activity that lasts for several days
  • Decreased need for sleep
  • Inflated self-confidence or self-importance
  • Rapid speech or excessively talkative
  • Racing thoughts and easily distractible
  • Significant impulsivity and poor decision-making (e.g., shopping sprees, reckless promiscuity)

Bipolar disorder is a serious mental health condition that is characterized by dramatic shifts in mood, energy, or activity levels.1 The ups and downs of bipolar are quite different than the typical day-to-day fluctuations in mood most people typically experience. The symptoms of bipolar disorder can be treated and managed in many different ways, including medication and therapy.

These periods of mania or hypomania can feel very energizing and euphoric for the individual with bipolar disorder. However, after a few days the manic symptoms begin to subside and the individual is at increased risk for slipping into a depressive episode. Common symptoms of depression include:

  • Low mood (e.g., feeling sad, empty, or hopeless)
  • Loss of interest in all or almost all usual activities
  • Significant changes in appetite or weight
  • Insomnia or hypersomnia
  • Fatigue
  • Feeling worthless
  • Thoughts of suicide

Clients who have struggled for years with the ups and downs of bipolar disorder have reported an improved sense of wellbeing and ability to manage their cycles at the end of their very first session with our alternative QNR method at Brain Wellness Spa. You can achieve wellness and have a better life.

References 1 National Institute of Mental Health. (April 2016). Mental Health Information: Bipolar Disorder. Retrieved from:

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