Bipolar Disorder Clinical Research Trials

Status:

Age

17-55

Length of Trial

6-8 weeks

Visits

9-10 

Compensation

Yes

WHAT IS BIPOLAR DISORDER?

Bipolar disorder is a severe mental health condition characterized by depressive episodes and extreme mood swings, including mania and hypomania. These mood swings generally have an impact on a person's energy, sleep, behavior, daily activities, and the ability to think clearly. Bipolar disorder is a life long condition, but the mood swings can be managed by following a strict treatment plan and therapies.

SYMPTOMS OF BIPOLAR DISORDER

In bipolar disorder, the severity of the symptoms can differ from individual to individual and can also get more or less severe. Bipolar disorder symptoms include:

  • Extreme mood swings

  • Restlessness

  • Anxiety

  • Lack of concentration

  • Poor speech

  • Impulsive behavior

  • Drug and alcohol abuse

  • Loss of energy

  • Difficulty making decisions

  • Irritability

  • Change in appetite

  • Suicidal thoughts

  • Lack of sleep

 

TYPES OF BIPOLAR DISORDER

The four major categories of bipolar disorder include:

  • In Bipolar I disorder, people experience at least one manic episode. In some cases, it also acts as a  trigger for psychosis.

  • Bipolar II disorder is characterized by at least one hypo-manic and major depressive episode but no manic episode.

  • The cyclothymic disorder develops when someone experiences hypo-mania and depressive symptoms for at least a period of two years or one year in teens and children.

  • Consuming certain drugs and alcohol in excessive quantity can induce other types of bipolar disorder due to some medical conditions.

 

CO-OCCURRING CONDITIONS OF BIPOLAR DISORDER 

Several health conditions require treatment along with bipolar disorder treatment. There are several health conditions that can worsen bipolar disorder and reduce the effectiveness of treatment for bipolar disorder if left untreated. These include:

  • Eating disorder

  • Anxiety disorder

  • ADHD

  • Excessive drug and alcohol consumption

  • Heart disease

  • Thyroid

  • Obesity

  • Psychosis

 

BENEFITS OF CLINICAL TRIALS FOR BIPOLAR DISORDER

The reason to participate in clinical trials can vary from person to person, but the decision to participate should be made after considering the pros and cons of the test.

  • Along with receiving proper treatment for bipolar disorder, the participants are also compensated for participating in a clinical trial.

  • The participants can help in the advancement of scientific development of bipolar disorder symptoms, and treatment.

  • The participants are not charged for tests and medications.

  • The participants can have a chance to receive attention from multiple doctors and medical experts from California.

  • The participants can also have a chance to receive treatment at a renowned medical facility.

  • The participants participating in a clinical research study can also have a chance to receive a new treatment for bipolar disorder.

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