For anybody familiar with the condition known as bipolar 2, you will probably know how difficult and distressing the condition can be. Bipolar 2 Disorder is a condition most commonly characterized by at least one hypomanic (happy) episode and one major depressive episode. Firstly, what is bipolar 2? Bipolar 2 disorder, is a type of mental illness that is very similar to bipolar 1 disorder. Typically, people suffering from bipolar 2 will experience severe mood swings and changes, alternating from periods of extreme lows, to highs over time. The only real difference between bipolar 1 and 2 is that in bipolar 2, the person suffering from the condition will never experience what is known as full on "mania" type highs. The less-intense elevated moods in bipolar 2 disorder are known as "hypomania" or hypomanic episodes. Generally, people suffering from bipolar 2 disorder will have, or will experience at least one hypomanic episode in their life. Unfortunately, people suffering from this condition also suffer spells of depression, sometimes quite severe. This is where the term "manic depression" comes from. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stefanie Jones. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/010154/bk_acx0_010154_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Have you been told you have bipolar disorder? Or do you know someone who does? Maybe you're worried about your moodiness, or you've noticed some pretty strange behavior in a friend or relative. The Bipolar Disorder Survival Guide gives you the support and information you need to bring stability back into your life. If you've been diagnosed with bipolar disorder or you want to help someone who has, you'll have plenty of questions. What causes bipolar? What can trigger an episode of depression or mania? What could happen without medication? What therapies work best? Above all, how can we learn to manage the condition? The answers to all these questions and more are found in this book. Here's a preview of what you'll learn: How to create stability by developing a regular routine and sticking to it Why your diet, exercise, and sleep patterns are key players in controlling bipolar How you can learn to spot early-warning signs in yourself or someone you love How to use a daily journal to monitor and predict when a change is coming The importance of building a support network of friends and family Strategies to avoid a depressive or manic episode How to recognize and avoid your bipolar triggers Plus, so much more! For some people bipolar disorder can be a devastating condition, but there is hope on the horizon. The Bipolar Disorder Survival Guide will help you learn to manage the highs and lows and show you how to take back control of your life. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Angel Clark. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/041467/bk_acx0_041467_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
There is a tendency to use the word depression to describe periods or episodes of sadness that each of us experience from time to time. And for many of us, during these periods it is not always easy to discern where normal sorrow ends and clinical depression begins. Yet, anyone who has ever experienced an episode of major depression knows - at least after the depression has lifted - that what they feel is more than just ongoing or persistent sadness. According to doctors, clinical depression is an illness characterized by a cluster of feelings, thoughts and behaviors that are remarkably distinct from a person's normal range of feelings and functioning. Caused by a complex interaction of biologic, psychological and social factors, a major depressive disorder can make a person extremely sensitive to life circumstances, the least of which can throw him/her into total loss of hope. During a major depression, someone can become surrounded by feelings of sadness, hopelessness, helplessness, and emptiness, and these feelings can distort every thought and experience, making life seem hopeless and unworthy. Feelings of being deeply and continually deprived, unworthy, insignificant, and guilt-ridden build on feelings of sadness. At the same time, a person may feel chronically irritable, often exploding into anger and frustration. While a major depression may be triggered by some life event or circumstance, a person's mood reaction may seem greatly exaggerated. However, depression has less to do with life's events than with an individual's existing vulnerability to the condition. In some cases, someone may experience a major depression as a single episode, but in most cases, clinical depression tends to recur periodically, reactively or cyclically. A major depressive episode could possibly last up to two or more years. When someone experiences milder depressive episodes, this is called dysthymia. For someone suffering from dysthymia, certain life circumstances, such 1. Language: English. Narrator: Cathy Beard. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/078434/bk_acx0_078434_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This audiobook expounds on the subjects listed below. It also contains tips, tricks, and natural treatments for each.Phobias are a worldwide phenomenon, but why do we have them? Learn why in this nifty guide. Find out how phobias are classified. Listen about the physical and mental signs of a phobia, learn the difference between a normal fear and a phobia, study some of the different phobias and what the causes are, learn about the difference between a basic phobia and a complicated phobia, and find out the best way to overcome them.What is manic depression? Manic depression is what bipolar disorder used to be called, there are varying kinds of manic depressions, from moderate to severe. Listen about some of the signs of manic depression, and learn when to look for assistance. Study the various triggers that can cause a manic depressive episode. Study the various tests that studied the disorder in teens. Learn about various treatments, strategies, and coping methods.Tourette’s Syndrome has various causes and manifestations, using this audiobook you can learn how to detect and began to manage it. Tourette’s Syndrome has a host of sociological and cultural elements tied to it, especially for children. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jordan Gunner. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/177197/bk_acx0_177197_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Heal your bipolar disorder and create your healthy, authentic, fully-lived life now!Traditional therapy and medications have taken you as far as they can, but you still live in fear of that next relapse. You diligently manage your life to avoid a manic or depressive episode, yet you can’t become the person you know you truly are.If your body, mind, and soul are crying out for relief, and you dream of a day when your mental illness no longer controls you, then This Is Me, Bipolar-Free is the beacon of hope you've been searching for. In This is Me, Bipolar Free, best-selling author Kate LaBrosse will show you:That you are not crazy. You are not alone. You are most definitely not broken. That true healing is truly possible. That finding your joy is not your destination point - it is an actual step in the healing process. How to stop being controlled by the roller coaster of your own emotions and how to start using them to guide you out of the darkness. How to use food, supplements, and somatic techniques to heal your brain and bring your body back into balance. This is Me, Bipolar-Free is the lighthouse that will guide you back to your own, whole self and put you on a course to fully heal your disorder. Now is the time. Find your true power and use it to heal yourself. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Nam Joti Kaur. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/163269/bk_acx0_163269_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A chance visit from Andre North's mother and her high school sweetheart sends the young bipolar patient on a rambling streak through the history of his bipolar illness in this autobiographical odyssey of mania and depression. The first memories stirred up include Andre's untimely birth to a drunk and a depressive in front of an audience of doctors who hardly seem to care that the young child is dying from oxygen deprivation. Then Andre grows up in the face of drunken parties and suicide attempts, living face-to-face with the poisonous lives of parents gone wrong. Enter bipolar disorder. Now a young man, Andre winds up at university, writing furiously while in the throes of inspiration until he meets the teaching assistant who tricks him into going to the mental hospital. Stuck behind shatter-proof glass for three months, Andre finally meets his match: the dreaded lithium. All it takes is one salty pill to transform the vibrant Adonis into a tranquilized zombie. Determined to get his life and mind back, Andre travels cross-country to face the real demon lurking behind his illness - the stigma of manic depression itself. A Personal Note from the Author: This memoir blends the first 10 years of my experiences with bipolar disorder following the initial diagnosis in 1998 with a personal story of self-discovery and family revelation. I know the emotions around facing a diagnosis of mental illness are sometimes more challenging than learning that you have a fatal disease. I used to torture myself with questions like, "What have I done bring this down upon myself?" I often felt like crying when I saw what I perceived to be normal, healthy people living out their daily lives. That's why I've released this memoir. It was written during an actual manic episode and has all the tell-tale signs of the disorder in its diction and grammar. I know that listening to this audiobook will help heal the pain, ease the frustration, and give hope t 1. Language: English. Narrator: Andrew Broussard. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/007358/bk_acx0_007358_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Finally, the bundle is here! In this book of three, you’ll get three times the value! Listen about the following topics:Book 1 - This audiobook expounds on the subjects listed below. It also contains tips, tricks, and natural treatments for each.Phobias are a worldwide phenomenon, but why do we have them? Learn why in this nifty guide.What is manic depression? Manic depression is what bipolar disorder used to be called, there are varying kinds of manic depressions, from moderate to severe. Listen about some of the signs of manic depression, and learn when to look for assistance. Study the various triggers that can cause a manic depressive episode. Study the various tests that studied the disorder in teens. Learn about various treatments, strategies, and coping methods.Tourette’s Syndrome has various causes and manifestations, using this audiobook you can learn how to detect and began to manage it. Tourette’s Syndrome has a host of sociological and cultural elements tied to it, especially for children.Book 2 - Hallucinations, everyone’s heard of them, but most don’t know the full extent and there are a lot of preconceived ideas and stereotypes out there. Emotional resilience is another thing that most people don’t really understand, as it’s not as well known. Bulimia is something that is more well known, but is the knowledge you possess accurate? Brain cancer, something no one wished existed. This guide will help shed some light on these subjects, and suggest/provide some treatment options, by discussing subjects such as,Hallucinations in different age groups.The different types of hallucinations and how to cope with them.Some of the typical signs and causes of hallucinations.How to speak with someone who is hallucinating, and how to take care of them.Attributes and practices of emotionally resilient people.10 ways to build your emotional strength and increase 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jordan Gunner. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/183110/bk_acx0_183110_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The Erika's Lighthouse Parent Handbook on Childhood and Teen Depression is a practical guide written by parents for parents who think their child may be suffering from depression. Our handbook offers tips on how to get help, things parents might want to know about childhood and teen depression and treatment, and ideas for good mental health. Book excerpts: Welcome to the Erika's Lighthouse Parent Handbook on Childhood and Teen Depression, Second Edition. You may be listening to our handbook because you think your child is depressed and you want to know what to do. We are here to help you. You are not alone. Somewhere between 15% and 20% of our children and teens will suffer from at least one depressive episode before they reach adulthood. These episodes come in many forms - ranging from the child who doesn't want to go to school to the teen who is constantly in a rage to the withdrawn child who barely speaks. Often, these episodes are seen as just a phase, or typical behavior, but depression, clinical depression, is not part of typical behavior - it is a disorder that deserves attention and needs treatment. We hope this handbook will be a helpful guide to you as you deal with the many issues you will likely confront over the course of your child's depression. We know this is probably a frightening time. You may feel helpless and alone. We invite you to listen to our handbook with the hope that it will give you both some comfort and some answers. And we hope you will find some helpful tips on how to help your child maintain good mental health and find happiness, something we all want for our children. Our goal is to help you navigate a difficult time in our life. We hope our handbook will be helpful along your journey. For more information about us, please visit us at erikaslighthouse.org. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Claire Bocking. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/090281/bk_acx0_090281_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This book presents a new perspective on so far neglected important areas in clinical sport psychology and sport psychiatry. The authors use the results of an empirical qualitative and transcultural study, to evaluate post psychological traumata of physical injury in sport. An ethnically homogenous sample (n=7) of Chinese athletes suffering from sport injury and achievement stagnation identified by key informants was included. Symptoms of case 2 met criteria for Major Depressive Episode in DSM IV TR, and Heart Kidney Deficiency Depression in TCM. Case 6 suffered from Adjustment Disorders with Anxiety and Depression, and Heart Spleen Deficiency Depression and Pain, case 7 had a history of Adjustment Disorders with Anxiety and Depression and Dysthymic Disorder, Heart Spleen Deficiency Depression. The book speaks to professionals in sport sciences, sociology, psychology and medicine. It specifically is of relevance for coaches, athletes, sport managers, mental training counselors and to anyone who is interested in serious sport practice.