What goes up, must come down can easily define Bipolar Disorder. Meaning, after every high — or manic episode — a low is sure to follow.
Triggers are things that you have learned that may causes distress. There are many common triggers for just about any condition.
Natural sleep—or sleep that doesn’t require medication—is wonderful for both physical and mental health, but it’s something that many Americans battle for each night. Stress, anxiety, diet, illness, and health issues can all contribute to wakefulness, leaving us feeling groggy and unprepared to face life’s challenges the next day. (Continue Reading…)
Changing sleep habits can be tricky; for many Americans, it’s hard to make big lifestyle changes without inducing anxiety or stress. It’s important, however, to make sure you’re getting adequate rest each night. Not only does it help boost your mood, it’s imperative when it comes to maintaining positive relationships and being productive at work or school. Your mental and physical health can be negatively impacted when you lack good sleep, making it harder for you to focus or cope with stress when it comes your way.
Read on for some great tips on how to change your sleeping habits for the better.
If you are having issues with your sleep, you are not alone. There are an estimated 60 million people in America who suffer every year from the cunning sleep disorder known as insomnia.
It is about 12:30 am and I am slowly getting drowsy – most likely thanks to the 300mg of Trazodone that I take at night – but my mind is running a thousand miles a minute. I figured I would take this opportunity to blog a bit.
Correlations Between Dreams And Bipolar Mood Swings
I have been having some horrible nightmares lately.
Have you ever had a reoccurring dream? Reoccurring dreams are dreams that are about the same exact thing or very similar dreams. These dreams can be delightful or they can be terrifying nightmares. Some people believe dreams have no meaning. There’s not much scientific proof regarding dreams, so […]
My mind is wide awake and racing with a million things, but physically I feel exhausted.
1. Understand Your Sleep Needs It’s important to figure out the numbers – when and for how long do you need to sleep? Since wake-up times are non-negotiable, start from there and work backward to determine your true bedtime.