Bipolar Disorder And Finding Peace Of Mind: Are You Overstimulated?

Bipolar Disorder And Finding Peace Of Mind: Are You Overstimulated?

People with bipolar disorder live on the edge of mood swings. This means that what we do in our everyday lives affects how we wake up the next morning. The internet, constant access to binge-watching on Netflix and other channels, 24-hour stores and a lifestyle that never seems to slow down affects our brains just as much as it affects our bodies. How can you slow down? Believe it or not, you can still be overstimulated when you’re depressed. Your body might be moving slowly, but if you’re like me, you mind is racing like a Formula One car. We are...

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