Also known as bipolar disorder, manic depression has no known cause. The cause is still a mystery to medical professionals. Experts have seen cases of manic depression form with genetic factors, non-genetic factors, and both. Symptoms typically form when a person is in the late teens or early twenties. Symptoms typically include extreme highs and lows in mood, in addition to several other potential symptoms.
Symptoms of manic depression usually range from being pretty mild to extremely debilitating. See below for some common signs that an individual may have manic depression.
If you or a loved one is experiencing symptoms of manic depression, call Willow Creek Behavioral Health. Our experienced healthcare professionals will create a custom treatment plan, utilizing our inpatient, outpatient, or partial hospitalization programs Treatment typically will include a mixture of medication if needed and therapy.
Willow Creek Behavioral Health will work hard to get you lasting results and get your life back. Our trained clinicians offer a free confidential assessment to give you a diagnosis and course of treatment. Call us today- we are here for you 24/7.
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