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  • The Prechter Fund’s Fight to Cure Bipolar Disorder | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    to her husband Heinz and to save her daughter After more than ten years of fighting and having started the fund that supports the world s most ambitious research into bipolar disorder Wally s enormous contribution has brought us to a place where we are finally beginning to see important progress 2 Read more about the Heinz C Prechter Research Fund 3 Article printed from bpHope bp Magazine Community http

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    this study As the wife of a wonderful man suffering with Bipolar depression there is nothing more I want then a treatment that is long term or better yet a cure astrong February 3 2016 Reply Report user This reminds me of an article an obituary actually of one Ted Stanley the father of Joseph who was successfully treated for bipolar disorder Even so the father the late Ted Stanley donated 800 billion dollars over his life mostly to The Broad Institute for further research into innovative new treatments In the end the son after his father s passing said My Dad did it just right Can you imagine This was a great article It just goes to show there is hope With generous people like these and ambitious scientists and researchers medicine continues to get better This is what I remind myself when I m a bit down Help is on the way Rooster February 6 2016 Reply This research is very encouraging and so necessary as decades are lost while struggling through the traumas of Bipolar Disorder especially with the more unstable forms of Rapid Cycling which are notoriously difficult to treat where there are often no periods of well or stable mood in between highs and lows at all This is the hardest to deal wiith so we welcome any research It can t come soon enough Thank you all for what you are doing Leave a Reply to Kiwi Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Message First Name or Nickname Do not use full name Email CURRENT ISSUE Recent Issues October 1 2015 11 50 am Fall 2015 BIPOLAR DEPRESSION Letting the light in By Robin L Flanigan Strategies to dispel the darkness of bipolar depression starting with the good enough theory taking Read more August 3 2015 9 12 am Summer 2015 MARY LAMBERT SPREADING THE LOVE By Stephanie Stephens Singer songwriter Mary Lambert puts it all out there in her hit Secrets and she lives the Read more April 1 2015 11 37 am Spring 2015 TAME YOUR TRIGGERS By Robin L Flanigan From major life events to emotional patterns we all have stressors that are likely to spark Read more January 1 2015 5 36 am Winter 2015 OUR LEADING LADY CARRIE FISHER By Stephanie Stephens Carrie Fisher is returning as Princess Leia in a new Star Wars movie but she s always been Read more SoundOFF YOU YOUR PSYCHIATRIST The relationship between you and your psychiatrist can influence your recovery What qualities do you think are important in a psychiatrist In what ways has your doctor helped you the most Click here to reply CURRENT RESEARCH The Prechter Fund s Fight to Cure Bipolar Disorder 1 28 2016 Brain connectivity outweighs genetics 1 27 2016 Heinz C Prechter Bipolar Research Fund 1 25 2016 Looking for Motivation Enjoying the Task at Hand Will Matter Once You Start 1 20 2016 Immune cells linked to bipolar

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    bipolar disorder Even so the father the late Ted Stanley donated 800 billion astrong commented on the post Bipolar Disorder Surviving The Spin Cycle 1 week 4 days ago Lynn One of the best escapes I ever got was reading a biography of a comic actor who is quite well known Alan Alda It distracted me I had to go on a family trip with an airline flight of five hours I was astrong commented on the post Bipolar Disorder Surviving The Spin Cycle 1 week 4 days ago Hi BP Dude Do you get the magazine too It is also very good I hope to be contributing more articles in the future too astrong commented on the post Bipolar Disorder Surviving The Spin Cycle 1 week 4 days ago hi I appreciate that as well Just interacting with you right now helps me get out of my own depression and obsessions Thanks a bunch astrong commented on the post Bipolar Disorder Surviving The Spin Cycle 1 week 4 days ago Hey Lynn I go through longer spin cycles of bipolar depression that last for months I wake up every morning afraid it s returned Keep moving There is something to that in our neurology I think even though I astrong commented on the post Recognizing highs to prevent lows 1 week 5 days ago Stanford academic former professional athlete turns into LA stage and commercial actor print ad sales person radio ad copywriter inside real estate ad copywriter disc jockey music director psychotic astrong commented on the post Bipolar Strong Me My Metabolism and The Market 1 week 5 days ago thanks I am doing this too certain food sometimes make me more hungry But I keep going astrong commented on the post Bipolar Strong Me My Metabolism and The Market 2 weeks ago I know exactly how you feel I had gained so much at one point It overwhelmed me the thought of having to lose that much It took a long time and a lot of lifestyle changes astrong wrote a new post Bipolar Strong Me My Metabolism and The Market 2 weeks 3 days ago Purpose statement Honoring feelings is healthier than stuffing them with food Grocery shopping is combat for me an odd fight with no other side It s me vs my cravings for rapidly digesting high glycemic astrong commented on the post Bipolar Disorder Surviving The Spin Cycle 1 month 1 week ago thx How s it going anyway astrong commented on the post Perfection Versus Imperfect Progress 1 month 2 weeks ago hey I did weight watchers for a while For binge eating related to medication I hadn t had it before Now my problem is more serious and even though the weight is gone there are other metabolic issues here I astrong commented on the post Bipolar Disorder Surviving The Spin Cycle 1 month 3 weeks ago Speaking of never knowing how you are going to feel in the a m

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  • The Prechter Fund’s Fight to Cure Bipolar Disorder | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    this study As the wife of a wonderful man suffering with Bipolar depression there is nothing more I want then a treatment that is long term or better yet a cure astrong February 3 2016 Reply Report user This reminds me of an article an obituary actually of one Ted Stanley the father of Joseph who was successfully treated for bipolar disorder Even so the father the late Ted Stanley donated 800 billion dollars over his life mostly to The Broad Institute for further research into innovative new treatments In the end the son after his father s passing said My Dad did it just right Can you imagine This was a great article It just goes to show there is hope With generous people like these and ambitious scientists and researchers medicine continues to get better This is what I remind myself when I m a bit down Help is on the way Rooster February 6 2016 Reply This research is very encouraging and so necessary as decades are lost while struggling through the traumas of Bipolar Disorder especially with the more unstable forms of Rapid Cycling which are notoriously difficult to treat where there are often no periods of well or stable mood in between highs and lows at all This is the hardest to deal wiith so we welcome any research It can t come soon enough Thank you all for what you are doing Leave a Reply to Allison Strong Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Message First Name or Nickname Do not use full name Email CURRENT ISSUE Recent Issues October 1 2015 11 50 am Fall 2015 BIPOLAR DEPRESSION Letting the light in By Robin L Flanigan Strategies to dispel the darkness of bipolar depression starting with the good enough theory taking Read more August 3 2015 9 12 am Summer 2015 MARY LAMBERT SPREADING THE LOVE By Stephanie Stephens Singer songwriter Mary Lambert puts it all out there in her hit Secrets and she lives the Read more April 1 2015 11 37 am Spring 2015 TAME YOUR TRIGGERS By Robin L Flanigan From major life events to emotional patterns we all have stressors that are likely to spark Read more January 1 2015 5 36 am Winter 2015 OUR LEADING LADY CARRIE FISHER By Stephanie Stephens Carrie Fisher is returning as Princess Leia in a new Star Wars movie but she s always been Read more SoundOFF YOU YOUR PSYCHIATRIST The relationship between you and your psychiatrist can influence your recovery What qualities do you think are important in a psychiatrist In what ways has your doctor helped you the most Click here to reply CURRENT RESEARCH The Prechter Fund s Fight to Cure Bipolar Disorder 1 28 2016 Brain connectivity outweighs genetics 1 27 2016 Heinz C Prechter Bipolar Research Fund 1 25 2016 Looking for Motivation Enjoying the Task at Hand Will Matter Once You Start 1 20 2016 Immune cells linked to

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  • Brain connectivity outweighs genetics | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    of a bipolar episode You are correct in that there is no evidence that Tamiflu causes bipolar disorder but lack of sleep will most definitely trigger it and if taking Tamiflu causes lack of sleep then this is just semantics Donna February 11 2016 I agree that bp is a heredity based illness I too can reflect on my fathers behavior and drastic mood swings to whom I owe gratitude for mine This is what my PhD says if you are diagnosed with bipolar in your 20s you have had it your whole life and it didn t exhibit itself until an older age where behaviors etc are magnified Unlike when you are young and you kick a rock instead of a wall when manic or even depressed First what are your sons symptoms I think that collectively us bipolar bears can do a better job at diagnosing from being there doing that How old is your son Does he have addictions if older Before accepting a diagnosis of an INCURABLE ILLNESS from one doctor please get more opinions As mentioned somewhere on here there is also the seasonal affective disorders etc so you might also want to keep a journal on your sons behaviors mood swings etc After YOU see a pattern you know your son probably close to as good as he knows himself go to someone who specializes in bipolar disorders There is no cure but if caught early enough symptoms can be managed better They are coming up with so many new things for bipolar babes Oh heck what do I know Only been officially diagnosed for 27 years and reflecting back can see I had since I can remember anything And no I am not that young anymore Been there done that Patricia February 13 2016 Do you produce paper versions of th bp internet version It would be helpful if you did RELATED ARTICLES Bipolar Disorder Demanding Better Care February 5 2016 12 01 am It s been nine years since my late husband David s body was found He d disappeared six weeks earlier in one of the most beautiful and rugged Clinical Pearls Self Care and Managing Bipolar Disorder February 3 2016 12 01 am One of the things I have been focused on in the last few months has been really trying to take care of myself This has Bipolar Letting Love In February 2 2016 12 01 am Several years ago I made the decision to choose God in my life I accepted Jesus had a water baptism and felt ready to put Living With Bipolar Disorder How I Got to Not Meet Oprah January 29 2016 2 59 pm For the last 12 years I have sporadically gone through periods of outstanding clarity and positivity In those moments days weeks I was invincible and CURRENT ISSUE Recent Issues October 1 2015 11 50 am Fall 2015 BIPOLAR DEPRESSION Letting the light in By Robin L Flanigan Strategies to dispel

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  • Brain connectivity outweighs genetics | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    causes fluctuations in patients mood energy activity levels and the ability to carry out day to day tasks Bipolar disorder 1 is highly heritable meaning that people with a parent or sibling with bipolar disorder have a much greater risk of developing the illness compared with individuals with no family history Researchers used functional magnetic resonance imaging MRI to map the connectivity patterns in the brains of three groups patients with bipolar disorder their siblings who did not develop the illness resilient siblings and unrelated healthy individuals While having their brains scanned each participant was asked to perform an emotional and a non emotional task that taps into two different aspects of brain function known to be affected by bipolar disorder The resilient siblings and the patients showed similar abnormalities in the connectivity of brain networks involved in emotional processing However the resilient siblings showed additional changes in brain wiring within these networks The ability of the siblings to rewire their brain networks means they have adaptive neuroplasticity that may help them avoid the disease even though they still carry the genetic scar of bipolar disorder 1 when they process emotional information said Sophia Frangou MD PhD Professor of Psychiatry at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and lead author of the study Dr Frangou s ongoing research uses neuroimaging to study how differences in brain wiring can either increase or decrease the likelihood of developing mental health problems A family history remains the greatest risk factor for developing bipolar disorder 1 and while we often focus on risk we may forget that the majority of those who fall into this category remain well said Dr Frangou Looking for biological mechanisms that can protect against illness opens up a completely new direction for developing new treatments Our research

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  • Brain | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    Symptoms Treatment Blog Most Recent Posts Meet Our Bloggers Comment Policy Forum Log In Forum Home Topics Discussions Partners Page Members Forum Rules Community Blog Forum Associations Letter to the Editor SOUNDOFF Talk to bp Writers Magazine Current Issue Archived Issues Customer Service Print Digital Subscription Buy Past Issues Frequently Asked Questions Digital Subscriber Access Page Subscribe Home brain Hope and Harmony Headlines WINTER BLAHS By bp Magazine January 27 2016 12 32 pm Winter blues winter blahs seasonal affective disorder call it what you want but for many of us the darker months of the year usher Read more Brain connectivity outweighs genetics By bp Magazine January 27 2016 12 25 pm Changes in Brain Connectivity Protect Against Developing Bipolar Disorder Newswise NEW YORK January 5th 2016 Naturally occurring changes in brain wiring can help Read more Fearful Chickens and Worried Mice Shared Genetic Influences on Anxiety By bp Magazine January 7 2016 11 06 am Genes linked to anxiety in chickens may play a role in mouse and human behavior Newswise Chickens that chicken out in unfamiliar surroundings Read more Bipolar Disorder Omega 3 the brain By bp Magazine December 9 2015 3 01 pm November 24 2015 People with bipolar disorder have lower levels of certain omega 3 fatty acids that cross the blood brain barrier compared to those who do Read more My World Tricked by Mania By Julie A Fast November 10 2015 1 18 pm No matter how good it feels euphoric mania is destructive Learn to identify and manage your warning signs to stay on track By Julie A Read more Hope Harmony Headlines Sleep How blue light from electronics disturbs your ZZZZZ s By bp Magazine July 8 2015 2 04 pm July 9 2015 A group of researchers is mobilizing to spread the word about the ill effects of blue light artificial illumination in general and notably the Read more Hormone Level Predicts How the Brain Processes Social Information By bp Magazine March 24 2015 1 17 pm Newswise The hormone oxytocin is made at different levels in different people and it plays a role in regulating social behavior A new University Read more Bipolar research Frontiers of knowledge By Elizabeth Forbes December 23 2014 2 32 pm New and exciting advances in neuroscience and genetics over the years have paved the way to a better understanding of bipolar disorder and the brain Read more Research Power to the people Discoveries for the day to day By bp Magazine December 23 2014 2 21 pm Definitive answers on the hows and whys of bipolar the mechanisms underlying the illness still lie in the misty future In the meantime researchers have been finding Read more Research A Primer On Biomarkers By bp Magazine December 23 2014 2 18 pm By definition a biomarker is a measurable substance whose presence indicates disease infection or environmental exposure A biomarker could be a gene but it could Read more 1 2 NEXT CURRENT ISSUE Recent

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  • Sibling | bpHope - bp Magazine Community
    of Bipolar Research Hot Topics Books Symptoms Addiction Anger Anxiety Depression Hypersexuality Impulsivity Mania Mood Swings Psychosis Relapse Sleep Problems Spending Stress Substance Abuse Suicide Thinking Attention Issues Triggers Treatment Art Music Confidence Building Diagnosis Misdiagnosis Diet Doctors ECT Exercise Finding Balance Hospitalization Living Well Medication Meditation Mindfulness Peer Support Pets Animals Physical Health Psychotherapy Setting Goals Stress Management Talk Therapy Wellness Management Plan Relationships Caregivers Dating Family Forgiveness Friends Parenting Children School Spouse Partners Stigma Work Hope Celebrities Hope Inspiration Motivation Religion Faith Spirituality Success Stories K i d s All Articles Diagnosis Family Stories Genetics Living Well Support Symptoms Treatment Blog Most Recent Posts Meet Our Bloggers Comment Policy Forum Log In Forum Home Topics Discussions Partners Page Members Forum Rules Community Blog Forum Associations Letter to the Editor SOUNDOFF Talk to bp Writers Magazine Current Issue Archived Issues Customer Service Print Digital Subscription Buy Past Issues Frequently Asked Questions Digital Subscriber Access Page Subscribe Home sibling Brain connectivity outweighs genetics By bp Magazine January 27 2016 12 25 pm Changes in Brain Connectivity Protect Against Developing Bipolar Disorder Newswise NEW YORK January 5th 2016 Naturally occurring changes in brain wiring can help Read more CURRENT ISSUE Recent Issues October 1 2015 11 50 am Fall 2015 BIPOLAR DEPRESSION Letting the light in By Robin L Flanigan Strategies to dispel the darkness of bipolar depression starting with the good enough theory taking Read more August 3 2015 9 12 am Summer 2015 MARY LAMBERT SPREADING THE LOVE By Stephanie Stephens Singer songwriter Mary Lambert puts it all out there in her hit Secrets and she lives the Read more April 1 2015 11 37 am Spring 2015 TAME YOUR TRIGGERS By Robin L Flanigan From major life events to emotional patterns we all have stressors that are likely

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