Resources Available For Finding A Bipolar Rehab in Arizona

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Emerald Isle Health And Recovery, an Arizona based rehabilitation center, would like to discuss how their services are suitable for those struggling with the symptoms of bipolar disorder. The rehabilitation center has a fully dedicated mental health treatment program, and they have recently published new resources that explain what can be considered an effective bipolar disorder rehab. Similarly, they wish to show their community why they are widely considered a highly suitable facility for treating bipolar disorder in Arizona and around the United States.

“Bipolar disorder is a brain disorder that causes extreme shifts in mood, energy and ability to function,” says the article on bipolar rehab resources by Emerald Isle. “The severity of the symptoms varies from person to person. Some people have milder symptoms, but others experience a manic episode or full-blown mania that can last weeks or even months. People with bipolar disorder can have periods of normal moods and severe mood swings. When a person has a manic episode, they may feel very happy, energetic, talkative and confident for several days. During this time, the person may lose touch with reality as they spend more money than usual and neglect their work or school responsibilities.”

The symptoms of the disorder generally fall into one of two categories: manic episodes and depressive episodes. The most common type of bipolar disorder is bipolar I disorder, which is defined by a manic episode that occurs alongside depression or has depression as its only symptom. Manic episodes may last anywhere from a few days to several weeks and are characterized by changes in mood, energy, behavior and activity that may be described as extreme. Bipolar II disorder is very similar but instead of mania, it features hypomanic episodes. Hypomanic episodes refer to periods of abnormally elevated energy, and these periods can last for anywhere from a few days to months at a time, and unlike with bipolar I, they do not come with the depressed mood that is associated with the manic episodes of bipolar I. Bipolar III differs in that it does not involve significant shifts in mood or behavior.

Emerald Isle Health and Recovery says, “Bipolar disorder affects between 2% and 3% of American adults yearly. About 5 million people in the United States struggle with this disease at some point. It can begin at any age but usually starts in young adulthood (late teens or early twenties). For some people, it starts earlier in childhood; for others, it begins later in life. It is essential to know also that bipolar disorder is treatable. Most people who are diagnosed early respond well to treatment. Medications and other therapies can help manage symptoms and improve quality of life. To this end, this is where treatment facilities can be indispensably valuable.”

A bipolar rehab facility offers treatment for people diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Such facilities provide treatment and therapy to help individuals deal with their diagnoses. Some offer family counseling or skills training depending on what type of facility it is but what they all have in common is that they help people living with bipolar disorders deal with some of the symptoms of the condition. Emerald Isle also explores whether antidepressants can help addiction in another article. See more here: Can Antidepressants Help Addiction?

The article also explains how people stand to benefit from a bipolar treatment facility, stating, “The answer to the question of who benefits from a bipolar treatment facility is ‘persons who have bipolar disorder and their families.’ Bipolar disorder is a neurobiological illness that causes severe shifts in mood, energy, and behavior. Like other mental illnesses, it’s often misunderstood by the public and those who haven’t experienced it firsthand. Those who have bipolar might take years to come to terms with their condition and get help due to many factors, including denial (they may not even realize they have a problem), fear of stigma and seeking help for something that has been traditionally seen as being only a part of one’s personal life.”

Anyone looking for more information may visit DBT Arizona to access some of the organization’s mental health services that are available to those facing addiction and other disorders. In addition to their official website, Emerald Isle Health and Recovery often shares new information on the conditions they treat through their social media spaces, and encourages any and all interested parties to reach out by phone

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For more information about Emerald Isle Health & Recovery, contact the company here:

Emerald Isle Health & Recovery
Admissions
855-605-0644
Emerald Isle Health & Recovery
10702 W Peoria Ave
Sun City, Arizona 85351

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