Bipolar Disorder: Your Questions Answered, 1e Paperback – 18 Jan 2005
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In the popular Q and A format of the "Your Questions Answered" series, this book provides succinct, expert information on bipolar disorder and its management in primary care. With an emphasis on evidence-based, up-to-date knowledge, the author discusses all aspects of this condition, including how to diagnose bipolar disorder, its impact on daily life, and current and emerging therapies to control it. Some frequently asked patient questions, in non-medical language, are included, and there is a list of sources of further information and patient support.
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The author states that this book may also be of interest to patients and their carers. As a patient I can vouch for this from personal experience, as the clearly written and approachable content provided me with some valuable insights into my own condition, particularly the chapters on "Causes and course of the illness" and "Lithium and long-term prophylactic treatment". If you want a clear and understandable guide to Bipolar Disorder, then this is a very good place to start.
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It is easy to read and dip into as it is laid out in questions that would interest any manic depressive and those caring for them.
The advice shows a real understanding of bipolar disorder and an overall grasp of a very complicated disorder.
I would advise any one who is affected by bipolar disorder to read it.The book is full of common sense yet tackles detailed treatment.