Bipolar disorder and its management
There are a few symptoms associated with each episode of mania, hypomania, and euthymia or mixed episodes as follows.
Genetic factors: Bipolar disease increases a child’s likelihood of having it if any of their blood relatives also have the disorder.
Age:It usually starts at the age of 25 years. But it may also develop in teens or children.
Biological traits: Hormonal imbalances may play a role. Imbalances in the neurotransmitters may affect the brain.
Environmental factors: Prenatal viral infections- bipolar disorder is among the mental diseases linked to prenatal viral infections. Childhood maltreatment may increase the risk for the later development of the bipolar disorder.