Brief about the Bipolar Disorder Treatment
Extreme highs and lows, such as mania and major depression, are symptoms of bipolar disorder, a serious and crippling mental health condition. Bipolar disorder is frequently stigmatised as altering the brain and leading to “crazy” behaviours. The prefrontal cortex, which is important for planning, attention, problem-solving, and memory, as well as the hippocampus, which is necessary for memory storage, are just a few of the areas of the brain that are affected by this disorder.
Patients with Bipolar Disorder Treatment have been shown to have a smaller overall brain volume, less grey and white matter, and more cerebral spinal fluid.