Management of Bipolar and Suicidal Thoughts Annotated Bibliography

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High incidences of suicidal tendencies from patients affected by bipolar disorder is a worrying trend and proper treatment should be availed early to save such patients Discussion Irimia R, Gottschling M (2016) Taxonomic revision of Rochefortia Sw. Ehretiaceae, Boraginales). Biodiversity Data Journal 4 (n. d.  Bipolar disorders. Retrieved January 24, 2018, from https://www. nimh. nih. gov/health/topics/bipolar-disorder/index. shtml This article focuses on the effects of bipolar disorders, how families are affected by the condition, treatment options and how to access to treatment. It also highlights how part of the population suffer quietly from mental disorders but fail to obtain treatment. This kind of withdrawal hence avoiding treatment makes it impossible for people with mental disorders to obtain early treatment, Eventually, they suffer a lot and their condition deteriorate further (Irimia & Gottschling, 2016) Papalia, N. Luebbers, S. Ogloff, J. Cutajar, M. Mullen, P. The long-term co-occurrence of psychiatric illness and behavioral problems following child sexual abuse.  Australian & New Zealand Journal Of Psychiatry, 51(6), 604-613. doi. org/10. The study portrays coexistence between sexual abuse and mental health disorders. According to Papalia, Luebbers, Ogloff, Cutajar & Mullen, (2016), child maltreatment is linked to increased incidences of mental disorders (p. Males who suffered child sexual abuse (CSA) tend to develop mental disorder together with suicidal thoughts in comparison to those subjects who never had CSA completely. Emotional abuses together with physical abuse were the common maltreatment forms which co-existed with child sexual abuse among the affected males hence increased bipolar and suicidal risks. Maltreatment and CSA augments the chances of developing mental disorders.

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Zorowitz, S. et al. Treating refractory mental illness with closed-loop brain stimulation: Progress towards a patient-specific transdiagnostic approach.  Experimental Neurology, 287, 461-472. doi. Søndergård, L. Lopez, A. Andersen, P. Kessing, L. Mood-stabilizing pharmacological treatment in bipolar disorders and risk of suicide. Dmitrzak-Węglarz, M. Skibińska, M. Szczepankiewicz, A. Leszczyńska-Rodziewicz, A. Rajewska-Rager, A. About 5% of the overall population makes at least one suicidal attempt in the entire life cycle. Ninety-five percent patients of emergency rooms after a suicidal attempt were diagnosed with psychiatric disorders, most often depression. ” (Pawlak et al. pp. Kleindienst, N. Lithium is one of the gold standard mood stabilizer treatments, but the identification of good, partial and no responders in clinical settings is inconsistent Kleindienst, N. Engel, R. Greil, W. Methods: We used an established rating scale (the Alda scale) to classify the degree of lithium response (good response, partial response, non-response) in a large, multicenter clinically representative sample of well-characterized cases of bipolar disorders I and II.

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Kleindienst, Engel, & Greil, 2005, pp. There is an accumulation of evidence that psychological therapy is effective for anxiety, which is not so for BP. Mental imagery is implicated in the maintenance of anxiety and is a promising avenue of research in BP. A cognitive model of bipolar disorder posits that imagery is an emotional amplifier in mania and anxiety. Paper A presents a systematic review of the literature of psychological therapies for anxiety in BP. The article also focuses o what is metal imagery and the effectiveness also looks at outcomes and cost (Stratford, 2013).  Bipolar disorders. Retrieved January 24, 2018, from https://www. nimh. nih. gov/health/topics/bipolar-disorder/index. Ellard, K. Paulk, A. Basu, I. Yousefi, A. Zorowitz, S. Kessing, L. Mood-stabilizing pharmacological treatment in bipolar disorders and risk of suicide.  Bipolar Disorders, 10(1), 87-94.

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doi. org/10. doi. org/10. j. genhosppsych. Kleindienst, N. J. Anxiety and bipolar spectrum disorders : Psychological treatments and mental imagery.  Anxiety and bipolar spectrum disorders: psychological treatments and mental imagery. Retrieved from https://eds-b-ebscohost-com. xxproxy.

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