Manic-depressive psychosis occurs in about 1% of the population. About 10% of patients trying to commit suicide. Presumably, the disease has a hereditary character. About 75% of patient with this diagnosis, have other mental disorders.
This disease is a heavy burden not only for relatives but also for the patient. In the "dark" phase the person is in a depressed, low-spirited, and may present a danger to themselves and others. In the "bright" phase the person is aware of their abnormal behavior. The disease can be controlled with medications and psychotherapy.
Manic-depressive psychosis - endogenous mental disorder, manifested by shifts of affective States. The patient has rapid mood change, a succession or combination of mania and depression.
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