Cyclothymic Disorder and Cyclothymia

  • by J. B. Snow
  • Narrated by Pete Beretta
  • 0 hrs and 23 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Do you feel like your moods control your life? Do you dread planning or scheduling anything because you don't know how you will feel that day? Do you avoid friends and family members because you know that your moods have a negative effect on them? Do your moods control your ability to successfully survive in the world and to ensure your own survival?
Many people who have mood swings suffer from conditions such as Asperger's syndrome, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, and cyclothymic disorder. They feel paralyzed in their ability to live life to its fullest. They feel as though they are a prisoner to their mental health disorder or personality disorder. They want to be understood and empathized with, but they often suffer the stigma that comes with their disorder.
Did you know that cyclothymic disorder can turn into bipolar disorder and schizophrenia if it is not treated? Don't risk your mental health by stressing and overworking your brain and body. Take steps now to improve your mental health and your physical well-being. People who do not take steps to improve their mental health symptoms early in life often suffer from Alzheimer's, dementia, and psychotic episodes later in life. These are devastating conditions for yourself and your loved ones to suffer through.
This audiobook seeks to explain what cyclothymic disorder is, what its symptoms look like, and what can happen when a person has cyclothymic disorder. We also discuss 22 treatment options for people who suffer from cyclothymia and other mood disorders. This audiobook can be used by someone who is suffering from cyclothymic disorder, as well as friends and family members of someone who suffers from cyclothymic disorder.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-09-2016
  • Publisher: JB Snow Publishing