Celebrities With Bipolar Disorders

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Bipolar disorder is a clutter associated with episodes of mood swings ranging from depressive lows to manic highs. The exact cause of this disorder isn’t known, but a blend of genetics, environment and neutered brain structure, and chemistry may be a factor.

People with this disorder may experience, mood swings, behavioral, cognitive, and psychological changes including weight gain or weight loss and difficulty falling asleep or excess sleepiness, just to mention a few.

Treatment of bipolar is normally lifelong and mostly consists a combination of medications and psychotherapy.

Celebrities With Bipolar Disorders

In the United States of America alone, bipolar disorder affects about three percent of the population. The are lots of famous celebrities with Bipolar Disorder but just to mention a few;

Singer, songwriter, actress, and producer Mariah Carey. In 2018, she opened up about her diagnosis of bipolar disorder in 2001. Robert Downey Jr., an Academy Award nominee, and Golden Globe-winning actor. In 2005, Linda Hamilton, well-known for her portrayal of Sarah Connor in “The Terminator” film franchise, discussed her struggles with depression and bipolar disorder on CNN’s “The Larry King Show”.

Carrie Fisher, is famous for playing Princess Leia in the original “Star Wars” trilogy. Billionaire media mogul Ted Turner, founder of both Turner Broadcasting and CNN. Jane Pauley, journalist, television host, and author, was widely accepted as Barbara Walter’s successor.

Pop singer, Halsey, born Ashley Frangipane, was also diagnosed with bipolar disorder after a suicide attempt when she was 17. Academy Award-winning actress, Catherine Zeta-Jones also opened up about her diagnosis of Bipolar II Disorder.

Singer, actress, and producer, Selena Gomez has also opened up about her disorder. Comedian, actor, radio host, and podcaster Russell Brand is also very open about many of the struggles he’s faced in his life and career.


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