By, Jessica Jackway
- 20 percent of teens experience depression or other mood disorders
- Bipolar disorder is a hereditary disease.
- Bipolar-ism has many symptoms like:
*feeling out of control
*thinking that there is no hope for the future
*feeling weak or tired
*frequently talking about death, suicide, or self injury (and many more).
- Bipolar-ism affects your emotional self and can leave you exhausted, panicky, teary, and/or desperate.
- Your mood might go from low and despairing, to extremely happy and hypersensitive in a snap of a finger.
- Bipolar-ism can also affect you physically like making you feel week, tired, unexplained headaches, stomach ailments, and/or back pains.
- Though children are diagnosed with Bipolar-ism, it more frequently appears in teens and continues throughout life.
- Males and Females are equally able to be diagnosed for Bipolar-ism.