The imbalance that takes place inside the brain due to malfunctions in the chemical messengers , or neurotransmitters like serotonin, norepinephrine and various other chemicals.

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1 1 "Europe" Encarta 2004, 2004. 2 – "Congress of Vienna", Encyclopedia Britannica. These manic episodes can be coupled with depression-related episodes or vice versa. Accessed March 2010. 3 3 "Congress of Vienna", Encarta 2004. 4 – "Serbia", Encyclopedia Britannica. They can be accompanied by severe depression, no passion for things or feeling of desperation.

Accessed February , 2010. 5 5 "Europe", Encyclopedia Britannica. These moods can alter the lives of those who is suffering from this mental illness. Accessed February 2010. 6 6 "Napoleonic Wars", Encyclopedia Britannica. Living with Bipolar disorder can be difficult as it could sabotage plans for the future or simply keep an everyday routine.

Accessed February , 2010. 7 7 "Great Great Britain", Columbia Encyclopedia. If not properly treated this disorder, it could cause serious harm to the patient as manic episodes can trigger tensions between family members. Accessed May , 2010. 8 Accessed May 2010. 8 "France", Columbia Encyclopedia.

These episodes may result in hallucinationsand hearing voices , and even paranoia (Bressert, 2007). Accessed May, 2010. 9 9 "France" Encarta 2004, 2004. 10 9 – "Prussia", Columbia Encyclopedia. Bipolar disorder is treatable appropriately with medication if it is identified early. Accessed May , 2010.

11 11 "Industrial Revolution", Encyclopedia Britannica. However, if untreated, it may cause dangerous behavior or even difficult to function within the real world. Accessed February , 2010. 12 12 "Industrial Revolution", Columbia Encyclopedia.

The following links are on Bipolar Disorder. Accessed February, 2010. 13 13 "Germany", Columbia Encyclopedia. The cause of bipolar disorder are not specifically identified, but the information psychologists have is that it is caused by genetics, the imbalance of hormones or neurochemicals within the brain. Accessed May , 2010. 14 Accessed May 2010. 14 "Austria", Columbia Encyclopedia.

According to the report of Bressert (2007) and the genetic linkage within families where members who have bipolar disorder are associated with a connection with depression. Accessed May , 2010. 15 15 "Fascism", Columbia Encyclopedia. Also, since identical twins are at a greater risk of being diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Accessed May , 2010. 16 Accessed May 2010.

16 "Russia", Columbia Encyclopedia. Compared to an identical twin who is not, and a person who has parents who have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder is at the highest likelihood of being diagnosed with the disorder. Accessed May, 2010. 17 17 "Russian Revolution", Encyclopedia Britannica. The neurochemical causes that result in or could be major causes of bipolar disorder may be caused by environmental factors or a chemical imbalance within the brain. Accessed May, 2010.

18 18 "Soviet", Encyclopedia Britannica. The imbalance that takes place inside the brain due to malfunctions in the chemical messengers , or neurotransmitters like serotonin, norepinephrine and various other chemicals. Accessed May, 2010. 19 19 "Russian revolution of 1905", Encyclopedia Britannica.

A few of these issues can be caused through stress in the mind or social pressures, or go inactive without triggering any events. Accessed May, 2010. 20 – "European exploration", Encyclopedia Britannica.

The external factors that influence or trigger the disorder could range from substance abuse and alcohol or a significant life incident. Accessed February , 2010. 21 21 "Africa", Columbia Encyclopedia. In addition, drug-induced episodes may be experienced, which are known as drug-induced mania, which includes over-the counter drugs like Ecstasy, appetite stimulants, amphetamines and moderate to excessive quantities of coffee. Accessed May , 2010. 22 22 "Slavery", Encyclopedia Britannica.

If someone has the family history of bipolar disorder, then alcohol, stress drugs, alcohol, and the lack of sleep can cause the disorder to worsen or an episode (Bressert 2007, 2007) Treatments. Accessed May, 2010. 23 – "Balkan Wars", Columbia Encyclopedia. A study was conducted (Lejeune in 2011) in 2011, there was an assessment of approximately 10,000 university students. university students are typically those who experience the greatest trouble coping with this illness. Accessed May , 2010. 24 – "Dreyfus Affair", Encarta 2004. 25"United Kingdom "United Kingdom", Encarta 2004.

26 26 "Opium Wars", Columbia Encyclopedia. The college experience can be quite a challenging period due to being a time that carries numerous triggers that are associated with mania attacks including stress, lack of sleep, addiction to drugs, and alcohol dependence. Accessed May , 2010.

27 Accessed May 2010. 27 "World World War 1", Encarta 2004. Some of the methods used in this study are the psychotherapy process and psychoeducation. Accessed May , 2010. 28 Accessed May 2010. 28 "Southeast Asia", Columbia Encyclopedia.

Psychotherapy refers to the process where an outside person, an observer, is able to observe the daily events of the student’s. Accessed May , 2010. 29 29 "Southeast Asia", Encyclopedia Britannica.

The observer must note important information, but be non-judgmental or non-invasive. Accessed May, 2010. 30 30 "Spanish-American Conflict", Encyclopedia Britannica. This could help to identify certain patterns, triggers or patterns that may help identify stresses. Accessed May, 2010.

31 31 "Boer Wars", Encyclopedia Britannica. Psychoeducation is an aspect of psychotherapy. Accessed May , 2010. 32 32 "Great Depression", Encyclopedia Britannica. The observer assists examine the information collected and is able to sit with the client services to assess what changes are required to be analyzed to avoid an incident.

Accessed May , 2010. 33 33 "Cold Wars", Encyclopedia Britannica. It is a viable option for people suffering from bipolar disorder. Accessed May, 2010. 34 Accessed May 2010. 34 "Cold Wars", Columbia Encyclopedia. However, the risk and potential side effects are high when using medications.

Accessed May , 2010. 35 35 "Mikhail Gorbachev", Encyclopedia Britannica. Many students in the undergraduate level decided not to take medications due to the negative effects they might experience on their mood and performance. Accessed May, 2010. 36 Accessed May 2010.

36 "NATO", Encyclopedia Britannica. Graduating students chose to take the medication. Accessed May , 2010.

37 – "Irish Potato Famine", Encyclopedia Britannica. Some mood stabilizers can have serious negative side effects for women; they may cause concerns about future pregnancy. Accessed May, 2010. 38 Accessed May 2010.

38 "World World War 1", Encyclopedia Britannica.