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Bipolar Disorder and Racing Thoughts

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13.2% of the posts that mention Racing Thoughts also mention Bipolar Disorder (4,500 posts)
Treat them both!
Treatments such as Seroquel, Quetiapine and Seroquel XR are used both for Bipolar Disorder and Racing Thoughts.

Bipolar Disorder

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Bipolar disorder or bipolar Affect (psychology) disorder, historically known as manic–depressive disorder, is a Classification of mental disorders that describes a category of mood disorders defined by the presence of one or more episodes of abnormally elevated energy levels, cogn... Read more on Wikipedia

Top Treating Medications

Lithium
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Seroquel
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Racing Thoughts

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Racing thoughts refers to the rapid thought patterns that often occur in mania, hypomanic, or mixed episodes. While racing thoughts are most commonly described in people with bipolar disorder, they are also common with anxiety disorders, such as obsessive–compulsive disorder|OCD. Racing though... Read more on Wikipedia

Top Treating Medications

Seroquel
Quetiapine
Seroquel XR
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What patients are saying about Bipolar Disorder and Racing Thoughts

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of bipolar. I'll have racing thoughts and get irritable but...
...of what you've written are some symptoms of bipolar. I'll have racing thoughts and get irritable but I bottle it up and never take it out on others. Does he ever feel euphoric?  ...
disorder, and suffer from racing thoughts in the middle...
...However... I am experiencing intense anger, and the lethargy is so miserable to deal with. I have bipolar disorder, and suffer from racing thoughts in the middle of the night. At first I...
Janna's talking about. There's another book called Bipolar...
...well as desipramine. Geodon helps with my hypomania. I'm doing much better. The racing thoughts have gone away and I feel more in control like Janna's talking abou...
slow down my racing thoughts and was excellent in helping...
...it worked great to slow down my racing thoughts and was excellent in helping me sleep. i did gain 30 pounds from it and am thankfully chipping those pounds...
(DVD) movie to calm my racing thoughts and curl up with the...
...300-600 mg of Seroquel and 2mg of clonazepam. The Seroquel keeps my Bipolar stable plus makes me sleepy. I then put in a (DVD) movie to calm my racing thoughts and curl up with...
stimulant. You have racing thoughts and your blood...
...stimulant. You have racing thoughts and your ...I am also diagnosed with bi polar I and was prescribed seroquel but no longer take it. Gonna try self medicating/fish oil and see ...
a med like Clonazepam to help control your racing thoughts...
...thoughts? I've noticed that Clonazepam not only controls my rapid cycling, but it also prevents racing thoughts and paranoia as well. I feel a tremendous sense of calm and contentment when I take i...
terrifying relief. But yeah good to know what my noisy head...
...having been diagnosed in 2002 with depression and battled ...ever since. A bipolar diagnosis for me has now been somewhat of a terrifying relief. But yeah good to know what my noisy head was all...
replies. I found out that i was bipolar type 2 when i was...
...bipolar type 2 when i was put on antidepressants this last time and started as the dr said \"rapid cycling\" seroquel is the mood stabilizer i'm on right now. It's helped calm my anxiety and...
They are treating the racing thoughts and broken...
...side effects are starting to diminish, and im no longer as tired or weak. However im still very low in my mood, feeling very depressed. They are treating the racing thoughts and broken thinking...
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