Bipolar Affective Disorder | Bipolar Disorder Treatment

Bipolar Affective Disorder | Bipolar Disorder Treatment

A diagnosis of a bipolar affective disorder usually means that you have a mood disorder, which you may feel you have little control over. Some people will be able to manage their lives day-to-day with brief periods of disruption which can make it difficult to manage routines, relationships, education and work. For some people the periods of disruption can be much longer and they will require help to stabilise their lives. It is well researched that stress can have a big impact on bipolar affective disorder; so keeping stress levels well-managed is important to help maintain stability and avoid symptom relapse.

At Schoen Clinic, we can help you if you have a diagnosed bipolar affective disorder, (also frequently shortened to ‘bipolar’) at the point where it interferes with your day-to-day life. Our specialist day programme is designed to support your treatment.

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