In addition to medications and therapy, healthy lifestyle habits and support can help you cope with bipolar disorder.
There’s a lot you can do to help manage your bipolar disorder. Along with seeing your doctor and therapist and taking your medicines, simple daily habits can make a difference.
Certain foods and dietary supplements might play a role in helping -- or hindering -- people with bipolar disorder.
Are there any dietary supplements that can help with bipolar disorder symptoms?
It's important to catch changes in your mood, energy levels, and sleeping patterns before they develop into something serious.
Here's what you need to know about the many connections between bipolar disorder and sleep and what you can do to improve your sleep.
Relationships with friends and family are crucial to staying healthy with bipolar disorder. Here are some suggestions for keeping the lines of communication open.
Caring for someone with bipolar disorder can be very hard, whether you’re a partner, parent, child, or friend of someone who has this condition.
Here are some steps you can take to find meaningful work and develop successful relationships on -- and off -- the job.
Meet others who live with bipolar disorder and get answers to your questions on WebMD's message board.
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