Bipolar Assessment Test

Do you ever experience periods of feeling extremely happy, or extremely sad? Have you noticed any changes in your sleep patterns, appetite, or energy levels? Do you have trouble concentrating or making decisions? Or, have you noticed any changes in your social behavior or relationships? Take this Bipolar Assessment Test to know whether you have signs of Bipolar Disorder or not.

What is Bipolar Disorder?

Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depressive illness, is a mental health condition that affects a person’s mood, energy levels, and ability to function. People with bipolar disorder experience episodes of extreme highs, called manic episodes, and extreme lows, called depressive episodes.

There are several types of bipolar disorder, including bipolar I, bipolar II, cyclothymic disorder, and other specified and unspecified bipolar disorders. The specific type of bipolar disorder a person has depends on the severity and frequency of their episodes, as well as other factors. During a manic episode, a person may:

  • Feeling euphoric or excessively happy
  • Increased energy, restlessness, and agitation, decreased need for sleep
  • Rapid speech and racing thoughts
  • Engaging in impulsive or risky behavior, such as substance abuse, or excessive spending During a depressive episode,

they may :

  1. Feeling sad, hopeless, or empty
  2. Loss of interest in activities previously enjoyed
  3. Decreased energy and fatigue
  4. Difficulty concentrating or making decisions

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Instructions For Taking Bipolarity Assessment Test

Below is a list of statements that relate to life experiences common among people with symptoms of bipolar disorder. Please read each statement carefully and rate the extent to which these are relevant to you.

Please note: This is a self-assessment and not a diagnostic test