Symptoms of Bipolar depression

Depression does not mean that you are sad or feeling blue. Depression is when your life takes a change and you find things that were once easy for you, difficult. Depression will cause a person to be unable to make simple decisions and affect a person's entire life. Many people who have depression will sleep a lot or they could have burst of emotions for no apparent reason. They may just begin to cry or laugh and not be able to stop. People who are bipolar tend to have mood swings often and fluctuate in feelings through out the day.

One minute a person can be smiling and the next they could be crying. Bipolar is associated with depression because a person will be begin to drift off as a side effect of the disorder. Being bipolar means, you can't control the way you feel and the lack of control is what brings on the depression.

There are several changes in a person that any loved one or close friend could pick up on. You will notice a change in the person's active level as well as their energy level, both depleting. A decreased level of energy is normal when it comes to depression. It could start off because of the lack of options to do something, but the body will begin to slow down and eventually a feeling of great wear will begin to surface during daily activities. Fatigue, of course, is a sign of depression. It has passed the degree of decreased energy and the person now will feel physically unable to do anything. Sleep worsens the condition and the daily activities will seem overwhelming.

A person with bipolar depression may have a good day and feel like they can run a marathon and then the next day or even an hour later feel too weak to move. The body will go to extremes and there is no middle ground when it comes to bipolar depression. A person may experience a more serious symptom like lethargy. The person won't be cationic, but they will just seem uninterested in life or any activities.

The mind will begin to feel heavy and the person's mental health could get worse if they reach a stage of lethargy. Lethargy will take over a person's life and they will fail to respond to their daily activities or responsibilities like work. Another way to detect bipolar depression is if signs of insomnia or hypersomnia is evident. Insomnia is the lack of sleep; a person will find it difficult. Hypersomnia is the opposite and a person could sleep more than twenty hours a day.

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