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The Depressive Type of ADHD

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The Depressive Type of ADHD

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  1. The Depressive Type of ADHD Bipolar disorder is mainly caused by dysfunctions of the "emotion hormones" metabolism in the brain, like serotonin and dopamine. This is the reason for the relative stability of one polar mood state. Moving on with the bipolar BPD, a borderline personality individual's mood will swing from a relatively stable, normal, and functional state into short bursts of rage and/or behavioral impulsivity. One main feature of borderline personality is the emotional and/or behavioral instability. So secondly, while both disorders involve mood instability, bipolar is characterized by the two "poles" of mania and depression, while borderline by shifts from normality to extreme fury. Also, bipolar is mainly caused by physiological disturbances in the metabolism of the emotion hormones, while borderline personality is described by mood instability but caused mainly by personality features which are learned. A bipolar is either depressed or maniac, while the borderline functions generally OK and bursts into anger when outside situations trigger the inner sense of downing and fear of abandonment. Moreover, usually a borderline will also suffer from intense inner void or emptiness, and identity disturbances, which aren't specific in bipolar disorder. So a person has Bipolar BPD if he or she swings from depression to mania or vice versa, and also has anger outbursts, fears abandonment, feels emotional emptiness, has identity problems, and impulsive behaviors. ADHD, also commonly known as ADD or Attention Deficit Disorder, is a medical condition which includes two components - the inability to pay attention and the difficulty of focusing on a task. It is often impossible for a person with ADHD to stay still for any long period of time. Many individuals with ADHD also do things on impulse - they act without thinking things over. Additional symptoms associated with ADHD are anxiety or depression, negative thoughts, and difficulty sleeping. ADHD affects children, adolescents and adults. There is still no known cure for ADHD but, medication and behavioral therapy prescribed for people with ADHD has been widely effective. Ideally, ADD and ADHD diets help the brain to function better and reduce symptoms such as agitation or lack of concentration. A diet plan can include the foods one normally eat and supplements one can regularly take. The diet plan is usually categorized into overall, supplemental and elimination diets. The overall nutritional plan for those suffering from ADHD includes the foods the patient eats on a daily basis. However, it is important to decide whether or not the overall diet is beneficial or detrimental to the ADHD condition. This is important because some foods are thought to make ADHD worse, while a patient may not be eating enough of the food that can actually help his or her ADHD symptoms. https://diet4today.com/mend-the-marriage-review/ https://supplementaudit.com/the-stop-snoring-and-sleep-apnea-program-review/ https://supplementdevotee.com/memory-hack-review/