HomeArticlesBipolar Medication Myths (Captioned) Joanna Moncrieff interviewed by Will Hall of Madness Radio Bipolar Medication Myths (Captioned) Joanna Moncrieff interviewed by Will Hall of Madness Radio By Harry Baker January 18, 2020 Articles, Blog 5 Comments Tags:bipolar, disorder, hall, health, Icarus, madness, medication, mental, Myths, Project, radio, will Related Posts The Darkest Movies You’ll Find On Netflix El Cine en Granada The Yellow Wallpaper – Omnibus Theatre teaser trailer About Author admin 5 Comments TheCakeIsALieGxG April 28, 2011 @MrJungleMonkey wow that really sucks. I hope you can get that worked out. Reply WarholVirtuoso May 14, 2012 I live in Portland, I can't believe I never heard of this show. I'm bipolar, and this is a fantastic resource. Reply Solah Kamate August 17, 2012 Being treated for Bipolar Disorder with meds has stabilzed me, but I have lost myself in the process. I have lost the edge for living a productive life. I spend so much energy in my mind in regret for the poor judgement and decisions I made while manic. However I also liked the person I was and felt normal and fully motivated and energized to face each new day. Now I am lethargic and my energy levels are low and I just do not get excited about anything anymore. Its the price for being well. Reply Andreas Christodoulides September 28, 2013 I was given Depixol injections for a month or two in early 2003. Despite being given anti-side effect medication (Procyclidine) I developed Parkinsonia during this time. Ladywood/Handsworth home treatment who were administering this did not make sure I took the Procyclidine. I can't describe the effect the injection had on me as well but when I took them they caused me to be wide awake and found it impossible to get to sleep. Never been given medication that has helped me mentally in 11 years. Reply TheCoyotemonster October 22, 2013 I think this excerpt does not make it clear that the myth discussed is the myth that bipolar can be cured period. But while a medicine treatment for bipolar should not be traded for a quality life, medication certainly can treat bipolar and in some cases can actually improve cognitive deterioration caused from the brain disease which causes the mood disorder, BIPOLAR. Search mdjunction bipolar and brain Good discussion for general anti med stance. Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.