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BIPOLAR DISORDER

 

Bipolar Disorder is a serious medical illness that affects between 4 to 6 million Americans each year. Bipolar Disorder can significantly impair a person’s quality of life and ability to function in work, social and family relationships. It can lead to impaired behavior, judgment and physical health. As its name implies, Bipolar Disorder has 2 phases, a “high,” hyper or very irritable phase, and a depressed phase, where sufferers often feel an overwhelming sense of sadness, helplessness, hopelessness and despair.

 

“High,” hyper or irritable phase:

 

  • Periods of Feeling Overly Happy or “Hyper”
  • Periods of being Disproportionately Irritable
  • Distracted by Unimportant Things
  • Becoming Involved in Activities with a High Probability of Painful Consequences
  • Feeling Euphoric and Overly Self-Confident
  • Feeling Overly Playful or Being the “Life of the Party”
  • Thoughts Racing or Coming Too Fast
  • Increased Energy, Agitation and Being Loud
  • Decreased Need for Sleep
  • Pressure to Keep Talking
  • Spending Sprees
  • Increased Sexual Interest

 

Depressed phase:

 

  • Crying Easily
  • Emptiness
  • Decreased Energy
  • Poor Concentration
  • Lack of Motivation
  • Abnormal Taste for Food
  • Weight Gain or Loss
  • Loss of Interest in Things You Usually Enjoy
  • Change in Sleeping Patterns
  • Easily Irritated
  • Feelings of Worthlessness or Guilt
  • Loss of Normal Sexual Interest

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These symptoms can negatively affect relationships with family, friends and can impact job performance. Scientists have learned that bipolar disorder is usually caused by a brain biochemical imbalance which is often treatable with medication.

 

If you or someone you know suffers from symptoms of bipolar disorder, you may qualify for one of our NO COST research studies. Our studies offer thorough medical evaluations and study-related medication.

 

The test below may help you assess if you may suffer from bipolar disorder in the high, hyper or irritable phase. Answer Yes or No.

 

 

YES/NO      1. Have you ever felt that, at times, you are not your usual self and …

 

YES/NO      2. You felt so good (or so hyper) that other people thought you were not your normal self or you got into trouble?

 

YES/NO      3. Have you felt you were so irritable that you started fights or arguments?

 

YES/NO      4. Have you ever felt more self-confident than usual?

 

YES/NO      5. Have you ever gotten much less sleep than usual and found you really didn’t miss it?

 

YES/NO      6. Have you ever been more talkative or spoke faster than usual?

 

YES/NO      7. Have you ever had thoughts racing through your head and you couldn’t slow your mind down?

 

YES/NO      8. Were you ever so easily distracted by things around that you had trouble concentrating or staying on track?

 

YES/NO      9. Have you ever had more energy than usual?

 

YES/NO     10. Have you ever been much more active than usual or done many more things than usual?

 

YES/NO     11. Were you ever more social or outgoing than usual?

 

YES/NO     12. Were you ever much more interested in sex than usual?

 

YES/NO     13. Have you ever done things that were unusual for you or that other people thought were excessive, foolish or risky?

 

YES/NO     14. Have you ever spent so much money that you got yourself or your family into financial trouble?

 

 

The test below may help you assess if you may suffer from bipolar disorder in the depressed phase. Answer Yes or No.

 

 

YES/NO      1. Are you depressed, sad, empty or low four or more days a week?

 

YES/NO      2. Do you lack motivation?

 

YES/NO      3. Have you lost interest in things you previously enjoyed?

 

YES/NO      4. Do you have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep or getting out of bed?

 

YES/NO      5. Do you have difficulty concentrating or remembering things?

 

YES/NO      6. Are you fatigued or lack energy?

 

YES/NO      7. Do you have feelings of worthlessness or guilt?

 

YES/NO      8. Do you have thoughts that life is not worth living or you would be better off dead?

 

YES/NO      9. Has your appetite decreased?

 

 

If you answered yes to four or more of the “high, hyper or irritable phase” questions, you may be suffering from bipolar disorder.

 

Call 1-888-STUDY-411 to speak to one of our knowledgeable, caring staff members to set up a consultation and perhaps apply for one of our research studies AT NO COST to you; or you may contact us by filling out the simple contact form above. One of our staff will call you within 24 hours.

 

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These symptoms can negatively affect relationships with family, friends and can impact job performance. Scientists have learned that bipolar disorder is usually caused by a brain biochemical imbalance which is often treatable with medication.

 

If you or someone you know suffers from symptoms of bipolar disorder, you may qualify for one of our NO COST research studies. Our studies offer thorough medical evaluations and study-related medication.

 

The test below may help you assess if you may suffer from bipolar disorder in the high, hyper or irritable phase. Answer Yes or No.

 

 

YES/NO

1. Have you ever felt that, at times, you are not your usual self and …

 

YES/NO

2. You felt so good (or so hyper) that other people thought you were not your normal self or you got into trouble?

 

YES/NO

3. Have you felt you were so irritable that you started fights or arguments?

 

YES/NO

4. Have you ever felt more self-confident than usual?

 

YES/NO

5. Have you ever gotten much less sleep than usual and found you really didn’t miss it?

 

YES/NO

6. Have you ever been more talkative or spoke faster than usual?

 

YES/NO

7. Have you ever had thoughts racing through your head and you couldn’t slow your mind down?

 

YES/NO

8. Were you ever so easily distracted by things around that you had trouble concentrating or staying on track?

 

YES/NO

9. Have you ever had more energy than usual?

 

YES/NO

10. Have you ever been much more active than usual or done many more things than usual?

 

YES/NO

11. Were you ever more social or outgoing than usual?

 

YES/NO

12. Were you ever much more interested in sex than usual?

 

YES/NO

13. Have you ever done things that were unusual for you or that other people thought were excessive, foolish or risky?

 

YES/NO

14. Have you ever spent so much money that you got yourself or your family into financial trouble?

 

 

The test below may help you assess if you may suffer from bipolar disorder in the depressed phase. Answer Yes or No.

 

 

YES/NO      1. Are you depressed, sad, empty or low four or more days a week?

 

YES/NO      2. Do you lack motivation?

 

YES/NO      3. Have you lost interest in things you previously enjoyed?

 

YES/NO      4. Do you have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep or getting out of bed?

 

YES/NO      5. Do you have difficulty concentrating or remembering things?

 

YES/NO      6. Are you fatigued or lack energy?

 

YES/NO      7. Do you have feelings of worthlessness or guilt?

 

YES/NO      8. Do you have thoughts that life is not worth living or you would be better off dead?

 

YES/NO      9. Has your appetite decreased?

 

 

If you answered yes to four or more of the “high, hyper or irritable phase” questions, you may be suffering from bipolar disorder.

 

Call 1-888-STUDY-411 to speak to one of our knowledgeable, caring staff members to set up a consultation and perhaps apply for one of our research studies AT NO COST to you; or you may contact us by filling out the simple contact form above. One of our staff will call you within 24 hours.

 

BIPOLAR DISORDER

 

Bipolar Disorder is a serious medical illness that affects between 4 to 6 million Americans each year. Bipolar Disorder can significantly impair a person’s quality of life and ability to function in work, social and family relationships. It can lead to impaired behavior, judgment and physical health. As its name implies, Bipolar Disorder has 2 phases, a “high,” hyper or very irritable phase, and a depressed phase, where sufferers often feel an overwhelming sense of sadness, helplessness, hopelessness and despair.

 

“High,” hyper or irritable phase:

 

•  Periods of Feeling Overly Happy or “Hyper”

•  Periods of being Disproportionately Irritable

•  Distracted by Unimportant Things

•  Becoming Involved in Activities with a High Probability of Painful Consequences

•  Feeling Euphoric and Overly Self-Confident

•  Feeling Overly Playful or Being the “Life of the Party”

•  Thoughts Racing or Coming Too Fast

•  Increased Energy, Agitation and Being Loud

•  Decreased Need for Sleep

•  Pressure to Keep Talking

•  Spending Sprees

•  Increased Sexual Interest

 

Depressed phase:

 

•  Crying Easily

•  Emptiness

•  Decreased Energy

•  Poor Concentration

•  Lack of Motivation

•  Abnormal Taste for Food

•  Weight Gain or Loss

•  Loss of Interest in Things You Usually Enjoy

•  Change in Sleeping Patterns

•  Easily Irritated

•  Feelings of Worthlessness or Guilt

•  Loss of Normal Sexual Interest

 

 

These symptoms can negatively affect relationships with family, friends and can impact job performance. Scientists have learned that bipolar disorder is usually caused by a brain biochemical imbalance which is often treatable with medication.

 

If you or someone you know suffers from symptoms of bipolar disorder, you may qualify for one of our NO COST research studies. Our studies offer thorough medical evaluations and study-related medication.

 

The test below may help you assess if you may suffer from bipolar disorder in the high, hyper or irritable phase. Answer Yes or No.

 

 

YES/NO

1. Have you ever felt that, at times, you are not your usual self and …

 

YES/NO

2. You felt so good (or so hyper) that other people thought you were not your normal self or you got into trouble?

 

YES/NO

3. Have you felt you were so irritable that you started fights or arguments?

 

YES/NO

4. Have you ever felt more self-confident than usual?

 

YES/NO

5. Have you ever gotten much less sleep than usual and found you really didn’t miss it?

 

YES/NO

6. Have you ever been more talkative or spoke faster than usual?

 

YES/NO

7. Have you ever had thoughts racing through your head and you couldn’t slow your mind down?

 

YES/NO

8. Were you ever so easily distracted by things around that you had trouble concentrating or staying on track?

 

YES/NO

9. Have you ever had more energy than usual?

 

YES/NO

10. Have you ever been much more active than usual or done many more things than usual?

 

YES/NO

11. Were you ever more social or outgoing than usual?

 

YES/NO

12. Were you ever much more interested in sex than usual?

 

YES/NO

13. Have you ever done things that were unusual for you or that other people thought were excessive, foolish or risky?

 

YES/NO

14. Have you ever spent so much money that you got yourself or your family into financial trouble?

 

 

The test below may help you assess if you may suffer from bipolar disorder in the depressed phase. Answer Yes or No.

 

 

YES/NO      1. Are you depressed, sad, empty or low four or more days a week?

 

YES/NO      2. Do you lack motivation?

 

YES/NO      3. Have you lost interest in things you previously enjoyed?

 

YES/NO      4. Do you have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep or getting out of bed?

 

YES/NO      5. Do you have difficulty concentrating or remembering things?

 

YES/NO      6. Are you fatigued or lack energy?

 

YES/NO      7. Do you have feelings of worthlessness or guilt?

 

YES/NO      8. Do you have thoughts that life is not worth living or you would be better off dead?

 

YES/NO      9. Has your appetite decreased?

 

 

If you answered yes to four or more of the “high, hyper or irritable phase” questions, you may be suffering from bipolar disorder.

 

Call 1-888-STUDY-411 to speak to one of our knowledgeable, caring staff members to set up a consultation and perhaps apply for one of our research studies AT NO COST to you; or you may contact us by filling out the simple contact form below. One of our staff will call you within 24 hours.

 

CONTACT US

BIPOLAR DISORDER

 

Bipolar Disorder is a serious medical illness that affects between 4 to 6 million Americans each year. Bipolar Disorder can significantly impair a person’s quality of life and ability to function in work, social and family relationships. It can lead to impaired behavior, judgment and physical health. As its name implies, Bipolar Disorder has 2 phases, a “high,” hyper or very irritable phase, and a depressed phase, where sufferers often feel an overwhelming sense of sadness, helplessness, hopelessness and despair.

 

“High,” hyper or irritable phase:

 

  • Periods of Feeling Overly Happy or “Hyper”
  • Periods of being Disproportionately Irritable
  • Distracted by Unimportant Things
  • Becoming Involved in Activities with a High Probability of Painful Consequences
  • Feeling Euphoric and Overly Self-Confident
  • Feeling Overly Playful or Being the “Life of the Party”
  • Thoughts Racing or Coming Too Fast
  • Increased Energy, Agitation and Being Loud
  • Decreased Need for Sleep
  • Pressure to Keep Talking
  • Spending Sprees
  • Increased Sexual Interest

 

Depressed phase:

 

  • Crying Easily
  • Emptiness
  • Decreased Energy
  • Poor Concentration
  • Lack of Motivation
  • Abnormal Taste for Food
  • Weight Gain or Loss
  • Loss of Interest in Things You Usually Enjoy
  • Change in Sleeping Patterns
  • Easily Irritated Feelings of Worthlessness or Guilt
  • Loss of Normal Sexual Interest

 

 

These symptoms can negatively affect relationships with family, friends and can impact job performance. Scientists have learned that bipolar disorder is usually caused by a brain biochemical imbalance which is often treatable with medication.

 

If you or someone you know suffers from symptoms of bipolar disorder, you may qualify for one of our NO COST research studies. Our studies offer thorough medical evaluations and study-related medication.

 

The test below may help you assess if you may suffer from bipolar disorder in the high, hyper or irritable phase. Answer Yes or No.

 

 

YES/NO

1. Have you ever felt that, at times, you are not your usual self and …

 

YES/NO

2. You felt so good (or so hyper) that other people thought you were not your normal self or you got into trouble?

 

YES/NO

3. Have you felt you were so irritable that you started fights or arguments?

 

YES/NO

4. Have you ever felt more self-confident than usual?

 

YES/NO

5. Have you ever gotten much less sleep than usual and found you really didn’t miss it?

 

YES/NO

6. Have you ever been more talkative or spoke faster than usual?

 

YES/NO

7. Have you ever had thoughts racing through your head and you couldn’t slow your mind down?

 

YES/NO

8. Were you ever so easily distracted by things around that you had trouble concentrating or staying on track?

 

YES/NO

9. Have you ever had more energy than usual?

 

YES/NO

10. Have you ever been much more active than usual or done many more things than usual?

 

YES/NO

11. Were you ever more social or outgoing than usual?

 

YES/NO

12. Were you ever much more interested in sex than usual?

 

YES/NO

13. Have you ever done things that were unusual for you or that other people thought were excessive, foolish or risky?

 

YES/NO

14. Have you ever spent so much money that you got yourself or your family into financial trouble?

 

 

The test below may help you assess if you may suffer from bipolar disorder in the depressed phase. Answer Yes or No.

 

 

YES/NO

1. Are you depressed, sad, empty or low four or more days a week?

 

YES/NO

2. Do you lack motivation?

 

YES/NO

3. Have you lost interest in things you previously enjoyed?

 

YES/NO

4. Do you have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep or getting out of bed?

 

YES/NO

5. Do you have difficulty concentrating or remembering things?

 

YES/NO

6. Are you fatigued or lack energy?

 

YES/NO

7. Do you have feelings of worthlessness or guilt?

 

YES/NO

8. Do you have thoughts that life is not worth living or you would be better off dead?

 

YES/NO

9. Has your appetite decreased?

 

 

If you answered yes to four or more of the “high, hyper or irritable phase” questions, you may be suffering from bipolar disorder.

 

Call 1-888-STUDY-411 to speak to one of our knowledgeable, caring staff members to set up a consultation and perhaps apply for one of our research studies AT NO COST to you; or you may contact us by filling out the simple contact form below. One of our staff will call you within 24 hours.

 

Contact Info

 

1317 W. Foothill Blvd., Suite #200

Upland, CA 91786

 

studies@pcrmg.com

 

1.888.788.39411

 

 

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