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Bipolar disorder: The complete guide to understanding bipolar disorder, managing it, bipolar disorder remedies, and much more! by [Levell, Jamie]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 276 KB
  • Print Length: 52 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1512002720
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KH8MHHE
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
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Very informative! Gives you an excellent understanding to BIPOLAR DISORDER and will help anyone who wants to learn more on how to manage bipolar disorder, with some helpful remedies! Great book. would definitely recommend!
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By Annie on 29 Jun. 2015
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Just another briefest of outlines re bi polar. When will folk realise bi polar is more than the contents of this book
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1.0 out of 5 stars What? clueless writer. 1 Nov. 2014
By Kerry P. - Published on Amazon.com
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I was not impressed at all, He apperantly does not suffer with bipolar for he would never call himself a paitent. He is a great researcher though. The things he listed were very basic and can be found on the internet easily. I was thinking I was going to read a firsat hand experiance. He is clueless about what really works and doesn't. I can tell by his use of light and dark therapy. Whatever. Bipolar has nothing to do with how we sleep. If we sleep a lot it signifies depression if we hardly sleep at all we are manic. If we are sleeping but seem restless it is because nothing in this world will ever stop the racing mind. I Am ranting yes I know. It makes me very mad when someone tells people how to deal with someone with bipolar and makes them sound as if they are just having siezures. "When they have episodes", what that is medical jargin. It is not an episode it is a real feeling that we are going through. "If they seem manic have fun with them go for walks" blah blah blah. He sounds like the crisis hotline." I am feeling suiciadal". "Hmm well you need a hobby.";"It is 8pm let me get right on that". Don't write about something you know nothing about, I will never download or read any of his other books either. No way can one person know exactly what it is like to have all the things he writes about in his books. Write about what you know. Judging by his writing he is a great researcher, but has no clue.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Helpful Book With Some Errors 8 Jan. 2016
By Lenita Sheridan Graves - Published on Amazon.com
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One major error the author makes is to suggest the bipolar patient get plenty of sleep and, that he suggests, without medication. The main problem of a manic episode is that one has insomnia. In fact, some patients have gone a month without any sleep. The reverse of this is that when the patient is depressed they oversleep.

Other than this, the only mistake I see is an underuse of commas, making this book hard to read in places.

I have given this book four stars because other than the above errors, this was a very good book. I enjoyed it. The part about how to tell others about the disorder is especially helpful.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very informative. 11 July 2014
By D B Carlyle - Published on Amazon.com
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Very informative. I bought this as I have a friend who is diagnosed with bipolar disorder and another who we suspect may be bipolar. Turns out the suspicion is probably misplaced, which of course is great to know. For the other friend this is enlightening and informative, helping us to understand a friends struggles. With so much casual talk about bipolar disorders this is a great read that has given me a much better understanding of what bipolar disorder really is.
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4.0 out of 5 stars People with bipolar 14 July 2015
By Jason Morris - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is full of information about depression, mania, hypomania and psychotic episodes. It looks at causes and triggers, and the signs and symptoms to watch out for. But it’s more than just a guide to bipolar.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Please read this! 31 Aug. 2014
By Keith Allen McDonough - Published on Amazon.com
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I suffer from bipolar disorder and found book to be a lot of help. It gives insight on what we go through and will help us and our loved ones to learn to deal our disorder.
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