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         Mood Disorders:     more books (100)
  1. Surviving Manic Depression: A Manual on Bipolar Disorder for Patients, Families, and Providers by E. Fuller TorreyM.D., Michael B. KnableD.O., 2005-03-02
  2. Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy Revised and Updated by David D. Burns, 1999-10-01
  3. Lithium Treatment of Mood Disorders: A Practical Guide by Mogens Schou, 2004-04-30
  4. Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Generalized Anxiety Disorder: From Science to Practice (Practical Clinical Guidebooks) by Michel J. Dugas, Melisa Robichaud, 2006-11-16
  5. The Borderline Personality Disorder Survival Guide by Alex Chapman, Kim Gratz, 2007-11
  6. The Essential Family Guide to Borderline Personality Disorder: New Tools and Techniques to Stop Walking on Eggshells by Randi Kreger, 2008-10-15
  7. The Up And Down Life: The Truth About Bipolar Disorder--the Good, the Bad, and the Funny (Lynn Sonberg Books) by Paul E. Jones, Andrea Thompson, 2008-05-06
  8. Living With Someone Who's Living With Bipolar Disorder: A Practical Guide for Family, Friends, and Coworkers by Chelsea Lowe, Bruce M. Cohen MDPhD, 2010-01-26
  9. Stop Walking on Eggshells: Taking Your Life Back When Someone You Care About Has Borderline Personality Disorder by Paul T. Mason, Randi Kreger, 2010-01-02
  10. Bipolar Disorder Demystified: Mastering the Tightrope of Manic Depression by Lana R. Castle, 2003-01
  11. I Am More Than One: How Women with Dissociative Identity Disorder Have Found Success in Life and Work by Jane Hyman, 2006-08-29
  12. Understanding And Treating Bipolar Disorders by wings of success, 2010-08-10
  13. Depression and Bipolar Disorder: Stahl's Essential Psychopharmacology, 3rd edition (Essential Psychopharmacology Series) by Stephen M. Stahl, 2008-04-28
  14. Mood Disorders (Perspectives on Diseases and Disorders) by Jacqueline Langwith, 2009-05-01

61. Trillian's Mental Health Pages (Cycle Of Moods)
Information about mood disorders Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Borderline, SAD and Schizoaffective Disorder I, and a mental health links list, humor, quotes and author's own personal story about dealing with life with bipolar disorder.
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63. BUBL LINK / 5:15 Internet Resources: Mood Disorders
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    DRADA: Depression and Related Affective Disorders Association
    Nonprofit organisation, which aims to alleviate the suffering caused by depressive disorders and which works in cooperation with the Department of Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Provides resources for assistance, support in research projects, and evaluated education and information material. Sources are fully searchable by subject or alphabetically, and include Bipolar disorder, children and adolescents, pregnancy and postpartum period, suicide, and Jamison articles.
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    Mood Disorders in Children and Adolescents
    Article examining the occurrence of mood disorders in young people. Discusses depression, bipolar disorder, treatments, biological theories on suicide, and methods of identifying the vulnerable.
  • 64. Depression And Mood Disorders - Mental Health
    Magic Stream Depression and mood disorders We re Moving . mood disorders. PENDULUM Resources on manic depression or bipolar disorder.
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    What depression is like from the inside. Bipolar Disorder Brochure from the National Institute of Mental Health, NIMH. Coping with Depression Depression Central Internet's central clearing house for information on all types of depressive disorders. Depression FAQ Depression Primer Depression Resources Have a Heart's Home Self-help on depression, suicide and emotion. Effective Treatments are Available Information on treatment options on depression from NIHM.

    65. A Healing Bridge, Red Oak Counseling - Providing Personal And Family Counseling
    Provides personal and family counseling . Services include dementia, mood disorders, addictions, psychotic and anxiety disorders, and grief and loss.
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    Our nationally certified and licensed, clinical counselor can meet with you one-on-one to try and bring to focus what problems you should be really concerned about. Then, working together, we can find a solution that best meets your needs and works with your strengths. We can also help you with marriage and family counseling and therapy. Our specialties include:
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    66. Mood Disorder Types
    Search. Depression, Mood Disorder Types. Information about various types of mood disorders. More Categories. Bipolar Disorder (45). Dysthymia (11). SAD (31).
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    67. The Moody News Newsletter For Depression, Mania And Other Mental Disorders - Hom
    A newsletter by, for and about people coping with one of the biochemicallycaused mood disorders and for anyone else who lives with or works with them.
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    Here are the facts behind some basic conceptions and misconceptions about mood disorders and the people coping with them.
    1. The mood disorders, major depression and bipolar disorder (manic depression) are rare diseases and affect very few people. FALSE.
    Among the facts and figures available: at least 1 in 5 people will suffer a major depressive episode over the course of a lifetime, usually before the age of 40; more than 2.3 million people in the U.S. have bipolar disorder; 10 million have a depressive disorder. The Center for Mental Health Services in Rockville, MD estimates that 5.4% of all Americans have a serious, on-going mental illness.
    2. Mood disorders are caused by poor parent role-modeling and are a result of the breakdown of the American family because of the Industrial Revolution. Primarily FALSE.

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    69. Mood Disorder - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Mood disorder. From circumstances. mood disorders can be categorized as Manic depression, including Depression, which includes conditions such as
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    A mood disorder is a condition where the prevailing emotional mood is distorted or inappropriate to the circumstances. Mood disorders can be categorized as:

    70. Depression In Women -
    Provides information, support and inspiration to women with mood disorders.

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    For Providers. University of Iowa Family Practice Handbook, Fourth Edition, Chapter 18. Psychiatry mood disorders. Alison C. Abreu
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  • Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
  • Overview. Lifetime risk as high as 12% for men and 26% for women. Risk factors: Tip-offs for depression in a primary care setting. May include fatigue, somatic complaints (such as headache, backache, chest pain, dyspepsia, and limb pain), anxiety symptoms, depressed mood, weight loss or gain, or insomnia. Diagnostic criteria are found in Box 18-1 Symptoms can be divided into:
  • Emotional. Dysphoria, irritability, anhedonia, withdrawal. Cognitive. Self-criticism, sense of worthlessness or guilt, hopelessness, poor concentration, memory impairment, delusions or hallucinations. Vegetative . Fatigue, decreased energy, insomnia, hypersomnia, anorexia, psychomotor retardation or agitation, impaired libido. Evaluation.
  • 72. TMS Treatment For Depression: The TMSPlus Trial
    Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is a new method for treating mood disorders.
    Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a potential new treatment for depression. It is currently being tested as a potential antidepressant in a large clinical trial in the South East London area. Information on the trial and this promising new therapy in psychiatry is given below. hat does it involve? A single treatment with TMS (sometimes called rTMS) takes about 20 minutes. However, to receive a full course patients have to attend every weekday for 2 (i.e. 10 treatments). The procedure itself involves a magnetic coil being held over a specific part of the front part of the head. The picture below shows a typical situation. The person being treated is wearing a cloth cap that has marks on it so that the doctor knows exactly where to hold the magnetic coil. The Trial Is Now Open to People With Depression Who Have Been Taking Medications Over an Extended Period (previously they had to have only just started on anti-depressants). here is the trial being run? Treatments are given at an out patient clinic at the Maudsley hospital on Denmark Hill, London. The trials are being coordinated by the following people: Dr Declan McLoughlin, Dr Andrew Mogg, Dr Savitha Eranti, Dr Graham Pluck and Mrs Lee Wilding all of whom work at the Institute of Psychiatry, De Crespigny Park, London.

    73. Mood Disorders
    Diagnostic Criteria. of Bipolar Disorders. Basis of Bipolar. mood disorders. Treatment of Bipolar. mood disorders. Seasonal Affective. Disorders. Study Questions.
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    74. DRADA: What's New
    PHARMACOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF mood disorders by David M. Goldstein, MD, Director, mood disorders Program, Georgetown University Medical Center.
    PHARMACOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF MOOD DISORDERS by David M. Goldstein, M.D., Director, Mood Disorders Program, Georgetown University Medical Center Effective medical treatments now exist for the full range of mood disorders, from mild depression to severe manic depression. Treatment decisions are based on the severity of the symptoms as well as the type of symptomatology. There are a wide variety of treatments that are now available, but research studies consistently demonstrate that combined psychotherapy and medication treatments produce the best results. The psychotherapy treatments work by helping with the psychosocial and interpersonal adjustment of the individual, whereas the drugs help with the physical and physiologically based symptoms. Psychotherapy seems to help by improving the patient's willingness to continue with the medication treatment, also. These medications have been carefully studied and have to pass rigorous standards by the Food and Drug Administration in order to be released into the marketplace. All available antidepressant prescription medications have been found to be safe and effective and they are not known to be addictive. Medication choice is guided by diagnosis, so prior to the initiation of treatment, care must be taken to accurately diagnose the medical condition that best explains the presenting symptoms. Treatments for depression and manic depression often differ and this is an important distinction. Manic depressive patients treated with antidepressants alone may be at an increased risk for the development of a manic episode.

    75. National Strategy For Suicide Prevention (NSSP): Depression And Mood Disorders
    SUICIDE SOME ANSWERS. Depression and mood disorders. The Prevalence of Major Depression and mood disorders in Suicide. mood disorders in suicide.
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    76. Healthy Help For Depression, Mood Disorders, And The Body Blues
    Resource for individuals seeking natural alternatives for the treatment of mood disorders and mild depression.
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    77. Mood Disorders At ALLPSYCH Online
    mood disorders. Common Characteristics. The disorders in this category include those where the primary symptom is a disturbance in mood.

    78. Brain Research Centre
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    The Brain Research Centre, located in Vancouver, Canada, is a unique partnership between Vancouver Coastal Health and the Faculty of Medicine at the University of British Columbia . The hospital has combined forces with broad, multi disciplinary research expertise at the University of British Columbia to advance our knowledge of the brain and to explore new discoveries and technologies which have the potential to reduce the suffering and cost associated with disease and injuries of the brain.
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    79. Lithium For Maintenance Treatment Of Mood Disorders (Cochrane Review)
    Lithium for maintenance treatment of mood disorders (Cochrane Review). Background mood disorders are common, disabling and tend to be recurrent.
    From The Cochrane Library, Issue 2, 2004
    Lithium for maintenance treatment of mood disorders (Cochrane Review)
    Burgess S, Geddes J, Hawton K, Townsend E, Jamison K, Goodwin G. ABSTRACT Order full review View and/or submit comments What's new in this issue Search abstracts ... Browse by Review Group A substantive amendment to this systematic review was last made on 19 March 2001. Cochrane reviews are regularly checked and updated if necessary. Background: Mood disorders are common, disabling and tend to be recurrent. They carry a high risk of suicide. Maintenance treatment, aimed at the prevention of relapse, is therefore of vital importance. Lithium has been used for some years as the mainstay of maintenance treatment in bipolar affective disorder, and to a lesser extent in unipolar disorder. However, the efficacy and effectiveness of prophylactic lithium therapy has been disputed. Low suicide rates in lithium-treated patients have led to claims that lithium has a specific anti-suicidal effect. If so, this is of considerable importance as treatments for mental disorders in general have not been shown convincingly to be effective in suicide prevention. Objectives: 1. To investigate the efficacy of lithium treatment in the prevention of relapse in recurrent mood disorders. 2. To examine the effect of lithium treatment on consumers' general health and social functioning, its acceptability to consumers, and the side-effects of treatment.3. To investigate the hypothesis that lithium has a specific effect in reducing the incidence of suicide and deliberate self-harm in persons with mood disorders.

    80. Information: Mood Disorder & Mood Swings
    Information about mood disorders and mood swings causes, symptoms and related articles.
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    Mood Disorder and Mood Swing Overview
    Mood disorders affect over 10 million Americans every year and are classified as a form of depression. Although most individuals may experience slight mood changes on a daily, weekly or monthly basis, the more advanced forms of mood disorders can develop into bipolar disorder (manic depression) and can have serious mental and physical consequences if left untreated. Research indicates that women are twice as likely to experience mood swings than men. Most women who experience mood changes, do so as a result of pregnancy or post-partum. Mood swings are closely related to Post Partum Depression. Mood swings are characterized by periods, commonly referred to as episodes , of mania and depression. During an episode of mania, one may experience an abnormally elevated mood, irritability, decreased need for sleep, increased talking and racing thoughts. During episodes of depression, one may experience persistent sad and empty moods, loss of interest in activities, feelings of guilt, feelings of worthlessness and physical ailments such as headaches, chronic pain or digestive disorders.

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