World Bipolar Day History
World Bipolar Day seeks to raise awareness about bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder is a brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood, energy, and activity levels. This day aims to promote acceptance through education. It aims to remove stigma and improve sensitivity toward the disorder. According to National Institute of Mental Health, about 5.7 million Americans were affected by bipolar disorder in 2021.
World Bipolar Day was established in 2015 by several organizations: the Asian Network of Bipolar Disorder, the International Bipolar Foundation, and the International Society for Bipolar Disorders. It is observed annually on March 30.
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World Bipolar Day References and Related Siteswww.mhanational.org: World Bipolar Day is Important www.nhs.uk: Who's Affected? www.nimh.nih.gov: National Institute of Mental Health Bipolar Disorder information www.singlecare.com: Bipolar Statistics 2022