The first episodes of bipolar disorder often happen in teens and young adults. This can be a confusing and scary time, but with help you can live a happy fulfilling life. Staying on top of treatment for bipolar disorder can help you keep your life on track while feeling good. You can help yourself cope with bipolar disorder by keeping your stress low, living a healthy lifestyle, and getting support from family and professionals.
Eric Buck specializes in helping bipolar sufferers and their families weather the transition to life with a bipolar diagnosis and provides therapy and lifestyle help to treat bipolar disorder without medication.
Therapy for Bipolar Disorder Without Medication
While medication is the foundation of treatment for bipolar disorder, it is most effective when combined with holistic treatments such as therapy, social support, and lifestyle changes. Treatment can include dietary changes, natural supplements, and therapy. The Mayo Clinic recommends exercise such as yoga and alternative therapies such as acupuncture and massage therapy for reducing some symptoms of bipolar disorder. Some natural supplements are recommended to help reduce bipolar symptoms without medication. Sleeping eight hours a night and refraining from alcohol and drugs are also very important to preventing manic episodes and ensuring effective treatment.
Eric buck works with you and your psychiatrist to help you find natural ways to treat bipolar disorder without medication. He will accompany you along your journey to health safely with attention to your own personal needs and goals.
While holistic therapy for bipolar disorder is available to help, it is important to remain under the care of your psychiatrist in order to ensure that your treatment progresses safely. It is important that you do not skip medication or therapy sessions while being treated for bipolar disorder.
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