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Disorder characterized by swings between an elevation of mood, increased energy and activity, and a lowering of mood and decreased energy and activity Bipolar Disorder
Severe mood of "high" mood Mania
"Higher than normal" energy level; less severe form of mania Hypomania
Aim to alleviate and helps manage symptoms Psychotherapy
Individual or family-focus, can help with relapses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Partly caused by an underlying problem with specific brain circuits and the functioning of the brain chemicals Neurotransmitters
Brain disorder that distorts the way a person thinks, acts, expresses emotion, perceives reality Schizophrenia
Mood shifts or episodes last atleast two weeks; decreased energy, feeling worthlessness or guilt Depression
defined by a distinct period during which there is an abnormally and persistently elevated, expansive, or irritable mood Maniac Episode
changes topic from topic, hallucinations, inappropriate speech Thought Process
Nervous energy Agitation
often runs in family Hereditary
Bipolar affects both men and ________. Women
Bipolar disorder is also known as __________. Manic Depression
Dramatic and unpredictable mood swings Symptoms
Distinct periods are also known as __________ Mood Episodes
Any unreal sensory perception that occurs with no external cause Hallucination

Bipolar Disorder Terms Crossword

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Depression's counterpart in Bipolar Disorder Mania
Sign of Bipolar Disorder Mood swing
Symptoms may include sadness, anxiety, irritability, loss of energy, uncontrollable crying, change in appetite causing weight loss or gain, increased need for sleep, and difficulty making decisions Depression
A serious mental illness that is characterized by extreme changes in mood, from mania to depression Bipolar disorder
Symptoms may include excessive happiness, excitement, irritability, restlessness, increased energy, less need for sleep, racing thoughts, high sex drive Mania
Unstable goes from joyful to angry quickly Mood
General term for treating mental health problems by talking with a psychiatrist, or psychologist Psychotherapy
Defined by a distinct period during which there is an abnormally and persistently elevated, expansive, or irritable mood Mania Episode
Signs of lithium toxicity coarse hand tremors, mental confusion and muscle hyperirritability Advanced
Four expected side effects of this type of therapy fine hand tremor, weight gain, mild thirst, and polyuria Lithium Therapy
The mildest form of mania, with similar but less serious symptoms Hypomania
It sits between mania and depression, and it’s what people with bipolar disorder aim for in their treatment. Euthymia
Drugs which act on mental activity, sometimes used in the treatment of bipolar disorder. Antidepressants
Neuroleptics or antipsychotics are drugs frequently used to treat psychosis. Antipsychotics principally cause changes in the brain making hallucinations disappear Antopsychotics
Found in people who experience manic episodes on a recurring basis alternating with episodes of depression Bipolar I Disorder
People with bipolar II disorder have never experienced a complete manic episode. They go through periods of high levels of energy and impulsiveness Bipolar II Disorder
Unstable, goes from joyful to angry quickly Anhedonia
Researchers believe that some neurotransmitters, including (______) and dopamine, don’t function properly in individuals with bipolar disorder Serotonin
A chronic but milder form of bipolar disorder, characterized by episodes of hypomania and depression that lasts for at least two years Cyclothymia
Nonstop physical activity, can go days without eating or sleeping Behavior

Mood Disorders Crossword

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Feelings of severe despondency. Depression
Depression due to life's struggles or an injured self-esteem. Normal depression
Marked by periods of great excitement and over activity. Mania
Treatment of mental or behavioral disorders through talk therapy. Psychotherapy
Episodes of mood swings ranging from depression to mania. Bipolar
Brain disorder of persistently depressed mood or loss of interest. Clinical depression
Psychological disorder of elevation or lowering of a persons mood. Mood Disorders
eases symptoms of depressed mood and anxiety. Selective serotonin Reputake
Depression that occurs at the same time every year. SAD
mood stabilizing medications Antidepressant

Mood Disorders Crossword

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Characterized by full manic and major depressive episodes. Bipolar Type 1
Characterized by mildly manic (hypomanic) episodes and major depressive episodes. Bipolar Type 2
Causes emotional ups and downs, but they're not as extreme as those in bipolar 1 or 2 disorder. Cyclothymia
Thoughts of death or suicide, or has suicide plan Suicidality
loss of energy Fatigue
What last for at least one week and cause significant distress and impairment? Symptoms
a mood disorder in which a person alternates between the hopelessness and lethargy of depression and the overexcited state of mania/hypomania. bipolar disorder
a psychological disorder characterized by emotional extremes. Mood Disorder
mild, but long-term form of depression. Defined as low mood occurring for at least two years, along with at least two other symptoms of depression. Dysthymia
What is the foundation of bipolar disorder treatment? Medication
Bipolar disorder also affects your energy level, judgment, memory, concentration, appetite, sex drive, and self-esteem and what else? sleep patterns

Bipolar Disorder Crossword

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Disorder characterized by swings between an elevation of mood, increased energy and activity, and a lowering of mood and decreased energy and activity Bipolar Disorder
Dramatic and unpredictable mood swings symptoms
Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder rapid speech
Symptoms irritability
symptoms restlessness
Distinct periods are also known as mood episodes
Mood shifts or episodes last at least two weeks; decreased energy, feeling worthlessness or guilt depression
There is no single cause, these can play a role genes
These can play a role brain
These can play a role stress
Often runs in family Hereditary
Bipolar affects both men and Women
Bipolar is also known as Manic Depression
Main medication treatment mood stabilizer
A mood stabilizer Tegretol
"Talk therapy" is often recommended too, also known as psychotherapy
Antipsychotic drug Zyprexa
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Mental Illness Crossword

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false perceptions hallucinations
lack of energy, motivation, pleasure, and expressiveness negative symptoms
immobile, not moving for long periods of time catatonic behavior
problems with concentration, memory, and abtract reasoning cognitive behavior
confused thinking thought disorder
the docor who diagnosis with mental illness professional
helps patients recognize that learning more about mental illness can help them achieve their personal goals strategies
extremely high moods mania
bipolar and major depression mood disorders
extremely low moods depression

Psychological Disorders Word Search

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Mood Disorders Worksheet

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Bipolar disorder and major depression are two types of Mood disorders
People with this disorder have high and low moods known as mania and depression Bipolar disorder
With a strong lifestyle that includes self management and a good __ plan, many people live well with the condition Treatment
The average age of onset is 25 yrs old
Is a milder form of mania that doesn't include psychotic episodes Hypomania
Psychotic symptoms can include the symptoms related to schizophrenia Hallucinations and delusions
Mild Low moods are called Dysthymia
Genetics, stress and brain structure are__ of this disorder Causes
Bipolar 1 is Fun
Bipolar 2 is Blue
Medications, Psychotherapy, Electro-convulsive therapy, self-management, complementary health approaches Treatment

Fun Group Activity Crossword

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A belief or impression that is firmly maintained despite being contradicted by or accepted as reality or rational argument, typically a symptom of mental disorder. Delusion
An experience involving the apparent perception of something not present. Hallucination
Hallucination involving seeing something that is not there. Visual
Hallucination involving hearing of a non-existent sound Auditory
Hallucination involving smelling odors or smells that do not exist in the present time Olfactory
Hallucination involving tasting something that is not real. Gustatory
Mental disorder marked by alternating periods of mania and depression. Bipolar Disorder
Abnormally elevated mood. Mania
Characterized by symptoms such as being sad or hopeless. Depression
The misperception of being touched or feeling something Tactile

Biochemical explanations for mental illness Crossword

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A chemical message that carries signals between neurones and cells in the body Neurotransmitter
Helps control the brains reward centre and regulates movement and emotional responses Dopamine
Plays an important role in the biochemistry of depression, and in mood, sleep, arousal and appetite Seretonin
A brain disorder which affects how people think, feel and percieve; with the hallmark symptomn being psychosis Schizophrenia
A psychological disorder which involves a severe reduction in mood Depression
An affective disorder characterized by a cycling of mood swings between episodes of mania and hypomania Bipolar disorder
Used to classify different mental disorders to enable mental health professionals to provide a diagnosis DSM-5
Type of treatment used in asylums involving running an electrical current through the brain to start a seizure ECT
A type of treatment used in asylums involving a large dose of insulin being injected to cause a coma Insulin coma treatment
Greek philosopher who came up with the four bodily humours of medicine Hippocrates
Name of the sane patients in Rosenhan's study Pseudo patients
One of the oldest surgical procedures used to remove mental illness, dating back almost 7,000 years Tre panning

Mental Health Word Search

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