He was treated for manic-depressive
psychosis again but showed no obvious improvement.
Jamison's--and I think she would admit it as well--is also not a book about manic depression so much as it is the strong connection between the manic-depressive
and the artistic temperaments, which she connects with predominantly British poets and artists.
Marina Tsvetayeva (10/8/1892-8/13/1941) manic-depressive
Consideration of manic-depressive
disorder in this population allows the use of medications to stabilize mood and reduce irritability.
Tragically, one out of five untreated manic-depressives
The most common reasons for admission among manic-depressive
patients included chest pain (5 patients--3 men and 2 women) and drug overdose (4 patients, all women; 2 lithium overdoses, 1 Tylenol overdose, 1 antidepressant overdose).
illness accelerated those desires.
To posthumously diagnose Virginia Woolf as a manic-depressive
is not to go very far out on a limb.
Research findings, clinical experience, and family accounts provide substantial evidence that bipolar disorder, also called manic-depressive
illness, can occur in children and adolescents.
HEALTH chiefs plan further discussion in Warwick this week on the findings of an independent report into the care and treatment of Richard Allott, the manic-depressive
who killed two men in a Leamington street.
According to the National Depressive and Manic-Depressive
Association in Chicago, untreated depression is the most common mental disorder and the number-one cause of suicide among older adults.
Things got even worse last week with Albert Square's cutest market boss Lisa being pursued by potato-head Phil Mitchell and manic-depressive