Tag: bipolar

Loading...

Hello! For those of you who aren’t aware, today is National Coming Out Day. I want to take some time out of my rough (even though it hasn’t been that bad of a day) day to express my thoughts on today. Today can mean a lot to different people. I’m sure for some it’s irrelevant…

Loading...

We live in a modern society where technology surrounds us every second of the day. Our cell phones remain in our hands throughout the day, sit next to our beds at night, and most kids these days don’t know what to do without the phone in their hands. Video games have replaced going outside, and social…

Loading...

Lately, I’ve tried to become relatively active on social media sites other than Facebook. I’ve taken to Twitter for more than just posting my drawings. Through sharing my blog posts on Twitter, I have connected with a lot of different people who truly inspire me to become a better person. Who knew only 140 characters…

Loading...

Something that came up during a conversation on Twitter really made me stop and think…do people who suffer with chronic depression ever truly experience stabilization in their moods? A stabilization that lasts longer than a couple days, weeks, months? Maybe a year or two? It varies with different people because everyone is different. No one…

Loading...

I initially created this blog to share my mental health experiences with others. I hoped to seek a connection with others, break the stigma against mental health issues, and start conversations about topics such as self-harm and depression. However, all of my blogs neglect something that I believe is absolutely important for those with mental…

Loading...

Lyase deficiency causes a lack of the body being able to reproduce the neurochemicals sufficiently: Leucine; and a dietary intake known as a Ketone diet. In my research on Bipolar Disorder, I have found the neurochemical Lyase is deficient or do not function correctly. Traumatic mood swing disorders are the result and may also cause…

Loading...
BayArt - New Perspective on Life
Jul 26

Mood Swings

There are two types of nerves that maintain and also help control the actions of the digestive system: stomach; large intestines and the small intestines. In the brain this area is controlled via the Vagus nerve. The nerves that control the digestive system of the stomach/brain barrier are the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic nerves. All these…

Loading...

I discussed in my last blog post about a need for validation. When you have trust issues, depression, anxiety, and you mix it in with loneliness, it’s a recipe for disaster. Not trusting people, but always being lonely leads some, like me, to constantly seek out validation from others. There is a need to be…

Loading...
BayArt - New Perspective on Life
Jul 12

What happens when you are lipase deficient? LIPASE DEFICIENCY CONDITIONS: Since lipase digests fat and fat-soluble vitamins, lipase deficient people can be expected to have a tendency towards high cholesterol, high triglycerides, difficulty losing weight and diabetes or a tendency towards glucosuria (sugar in the urine without symptoms of diabetes). The down-the-road outcome of these…

Loading...

I wonder if people realize how hard it is to reach out for help or maybe just to talk to someone. I have been an introvert for as long as I can remember. I had a small group of close friends while growing up who I told everything to, but “me time” was extremely important…