Many don’t tend to go by the saying ‘treating Bipolar Disorder aside Medication,’ but several research done on these non-medication treatments prove it does work. Despite the conspiracies, some Bipolar patients do claim they had some success with alternative treatments.
Bipolar disorder comprises both Manic Symptoms and Depressive symptoms, and indeed a very serious and long disorder that needed to be properly catered for; as described by Philip Muskin, MD, professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center in New York.
N:B this article is not meant to let people set aside Medication, but as an alternative. Cara Hoepner, a nurse practitioner who is also a bipolar patient says:
Medication can help you live a much more normal life if you choose to take them.
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It’s well known that beside medication, Bipolar disorder can also be battled with therapy, and lifestyle changes to help ease the symptoms of the disorder. And the good news is that many of the alternatives below could easily be achieved or gotten.