Cannabis May Increase Bipolar Symptoms

Cannabis May Increase
For people with bipolar disorder, using cannabis may increase manic or depressive symptoms, according to a study published in PLOS ONE. In the United Kingdom, approximately 2% of the population has bipolar disorder, with an estimated 60% of those … Read more on Psychiatry Advisor

Drug-induced cerebral glucose metabolism resembling Alzheimer's Disease: a
Once a cognitive deficit commences, the natural course of the disease goes along with an increase of severity over time without major fluctuation of severity and without reversal of symptoms [9]–[11]. Several neurochemical and imaging biomarkers are … Read more on BMC Blogs Network

Self-Defining Memories Help People with Depression, Bipolar Disorder
It is common to hear people complain that they are “lost in life,” don't seem to know who they are anymore, or generally lack a sense of purpose. For people living with depression or bipolar disorder, there is evidence that disturbances, which are deep … Read more on Psychiatry Advisor

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