This test will help you find out if you suffer from bipolar. If needed, you will receive recommendations on how to get help after the test is completed. But first, let us go through some of the symptoms of bipolar.
People with bipolar experience abnormally elevated moods (manic or hypomanic) and, in many cases, abnormally depressed states for periods of time in a way that interferes with functioning.
If you have experienced a decrease in the need to sleep, or if you find that you are more talkative than average or feel pressured to keep talking, you may have bipolar. Sufferers often feel that their thoughts are racing; when this occurs, they find it very difficult to stop talking.
Other bipolar symptoms include feeling easily distracted. While performing a task, for example, someone’s thoughts may begin racing so that they find it difficult to complete the task. Sufferers may experience an increase in goal-directed activities at work, school or sexually, or have psychomotor agitation, which is interruption in physical or mental activities that relate to bodily movement, particularly those with voluntary muscle action.
People with bipolar may experience excessive involvement in pleasurable activities that have extreme potential for painful consequences, e.g. unrestrained buying sprees, foolish business investments, or sexual indiscretions. They may go on spending sprees even though the bills are due and they have little money to spare.