Mood   Behaviors and         Symptom    ManagementIn Skilled Nursing With Dr. Michael Changaris
   Unipolar Depression: Disrupts life    through increased irritability, isolation    and robs people of joy.   Bipolar ...
   400 BC - Hippocrates links    the black bile of melancholia with the    yellow bile of mania.   1899 - Emil Kraepelin...
   For most the onset for Bipolar occurs in    late teens and early 20’s.   Rates in general population for adults is be...
1.   Identify episode of     mania, hypomania, depression or mixed     episode.2.   From the episode the diagnosis is give...
   Bipolar I disorder: One or more manic episodes. Subcategories    specify whether there has been more than one episode,...
Bipolar Disorder: Sami Khalife, Vivek Singh, David J. Muzinahttp://www.clevelandclinicmeded.com/medicalpubs/diseasemanagem...
   People can loose jobs, face jokes, feel judged for    behavior and can feel isolated.   Bipolar disorder is associate...
   The overall heritability of the bipolar spectrum has    been put at 0.71.   Bipolar disorder co-occurs in 67% of    m...
   MRI studies in bipolar disorder: Increase in the volume of the    lateral ventricles, globus pallidus, abnormalities i...
   Individuals with bipolar disorder can lead very    productive lives if there is the right social and    emotional supp...
   Medications: Lithium, Anticonvulsants    (depakote&tegretol), Atypical    Antipsychotics.   Anti-depressants are not ...
   Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Targets the    relationship between thoughts, feelings and    behaviors.   Family Focus...
   Is a treatment combining psychological and    medical interventions.   Finds “dysregulation in circadian rhythms” as ...
1) Stressful life events.2) Disruptions in social   rhythms.3) Medication   non-adherence.
1)   The link between mood and life events.2)   The importance of maintaining regular daily rhythms.3)   The identificatio...
   Instruction on the importance of medication compliance    (e.g., log and review of medication record and what    medic...
   Behaviors are a chain reaction    • Triggering events.    • Internal events (thoughts, emotions).    • Vulnerability f...
   In the skilled nursing context people are isolated from    social support, have pain, adjustment to illness, anxiety  ...
   Keep Healthy Boundaries    • Be careful what you reinforce.    • What you reinforce will continue.    • Mice can be re...
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  1. 1. Mood Behaviors and Symptom ManagementIn Skilled Nursing With Dr. Michael Changaris
  2. 2.  Unipolar Depression: Disrupts life through increased irritability, isolation and robs people of joy. Bipolar Disorder a Disorderly Disorder. It leads to extremes in behaviors and moods. An Unique Mind is a memoir by Dr Kay Redfield Jamison who lives with bipolar disease. She is a well respected psychiatrist with a prestigious career. Had personal struggles with wanting to take medications.
  3. 3.  400 BC - Hippocrates links the black bile of melancholia with the yellow bile of mania. 1899 - Emil Kraepelin introduces the term "manic-depressive” into psychiatric textbooks. 1949 - Australian doctor John Cade discovers the efficacy of lithium as a treatment. 1968 - The DSM changes to the term manic-depressive illness and biological perspectives come to dominate. 2010 - New draft of DSM proposed.
  4. 4.  For most the onset for Bipolar occurs in late teens and early 20’s. Rates in general population for adults is between 1% and 4% depending on criteria. In elders in community rates are between 1% and .5% Rates in nursing homes are as high 10%. Psychosocial factors increase severity of symptoms and predicts health, behavioral problems, and rate of relapse. Family relationships, Poverty, Racism, Lack of Social Relationships, Life Stress are Key Factors in Prognosis.
  5. 5. 1. Identify episode of mania, hypomania, depression or mixed episode.2. From the episode the diagnosis is given.3. In bipolar the rate of change and severity of symptoms are key diagnostic questions.
  6. 6.  Bipolar I disorder: One or more manic episodes. Subcategories specify whether there has been more than one episode, and the type of the most recent episode. Bipolar II disorder: No manic episodes, but one or more hypomanic episodes and one or more major depressive episode.Hypomanic episodes do not go to the full extremes of mania. Cyclothymia: A history of hypomanic episodes with periods of depression that do not meet criteria for major depressive episodes. Bipolar Disorder NOS (Not Otherwise Specified): This is a catchall category, diagnosed when the disorder does not fall within a specific subtype. Rapid cycling: Most people who meet criteria for bipolar disorder experience a number of episodes, on average 0.4 to 0.7 per year, lasting three to six months.Rapid cycling is defined as having four or more episodes per year.
  7. 7. Bipolar Disorder: Sami Khalife, Vivek Singh, David J. Muzinahttp://www.clevelandclinicmeded.com/medicalpubs/diseasemanagement/psychiatry-psychology/bipolar-disorder/#f0015
  8. 8.  People can loose jobs, face jokes, feel judged for behavior and can feel isolated. Bipolar disorder is associated with creativity: Painters, Writers, Actors. One 2011 Study found, “We propose that creativity in BD might be linked to the putative hyperdopaminergic state of mania and be dependent on intact executive function.” Positive social and emotional functioning increase executive functioning
  9. 9.  The overall heritability of the bipolar spectrum has been put at 0.71. Bipolar disorder co-occurs in 67% of monozigotic twins and 19% of dizigotic Half of adults diagnosed with bipolar disorder report traumatic/abusive experiences in childhood (independent of trauma due to increased health destructive behaviors). Childhood abuse relates to severity of symptoms, prognosis and symptoms later in life.
  10. 10.  MRI studies in bipolar disorder: Increase in the volume of the lateral ventricles, globus pallidus, abnormalities in hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis (HPA axis). The "kindling" theory: A genetic predisposition is catalyzed by stressors that lowers threshold for mood episodes and disrupts emotional regulation. After this occurs often enough mood symptoms self-perpetuate. Disruptions in mitochondria and neuron pump also have been identified. Individuals with bipolar disorder have alterations in: Circadian rhythms, sleep, diurnal cortisol and melatonin.
  11. 11.  Individuals with bipolar disorder can lead very productive lives if there is the right social and emotional support. More then individuals with psychosis individuals with bipolar tend to be in higher paying work. However there is often a lower reported quality of life for individuals with bipolar disorder despite successes. If there are significant life stressors, poor social support, chaos, etc. there is another life course for the illness.
  12. 12.  Medications: Lithium, Anticonvulsants (depakote&tegretol), Atypical Antipsychotics. Anti-depressants are not effective. Psychotherapy regard to relapse prevention: • Cognitive behavioral therapy. • Family-focused therapy. • Psychoeducation Psychotherapy regard to residual depr. symptoms: • Social rhythm therapy. • Cognitive-behavioral therapy.
  13. 13.  Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Targets the relationship between thoughts, feelings and behaviors. Family Focused Therapy: Helps recognize signs of impending episodes or relapses, increase communication and conflict resolution, teaches problem-solving skills, and helps individual create concrete steps to get support in a crisis. Psychoeducation: Teaches individuals about the disorder and helps develop tools to manage symptoms.
  14. 14.  Is a treatment combining psychological and medical interventions. Finds “dysregulation in circadian rhythms” as a cause for episodes. PET found effects of sleep deprivation in the medial prefrontal cortex (mood and emotion regulation centers). Sleep deprivation leads to increase in positive mood for people who are depressed.
  15. 15. 1) Stressful life events.2) Disruptions in social rhythms.3) Medication non-adherence.
  16. 16. 1) The link between mood and life events.2) The importance of maintaining regular daily rhythms.3) The identification and management of potential precipitants of rhythm dysregulation with special attention to interpersonal triggers.4) The facilitation of mourning the lost healthy self.5) The identification and management of affective symptoms.
  17. 17.  Instruction on the importance of medication compliance (e.g., log and review of medication record and what medications were taken, what time, date). Management of BD. • Improvement of communication. • Counseling regarding marital relationship and related issues. • Caregiver support and education. Observation and assessment of postoperative medical conditions including chest pains, pedal edema, and urinary incontinence. Counseling regarding nutrition-specifically a low fat, low salt, and low sugar diet.
  18. 18.  Behaviors are a chain reaction • Triggering events. • Internal events (thoughts, emotions). • Vulnerability factors (lack of sleep, feeling rejected). • Consequences that either make a behavior more or less likely.
  19. 19.  In the skilled nursing context people are isolated from social support, have pain, adjustment to illness, anxiety about health, and challenges with sleep. Regularity in skilled nursing of meals and therapies could be very supportive. Evening noise, pain, racing thoughts, difficulty falling asleep or waking up multiple times per night is common. There are multiple risk factors that increase bipolar behaviors and multiple protective factors against the development of a bipolar episode.
  20. 20.  Keep Healthy Boundaries • Be careful what you reinforce. • What you reinforce will continue. • Mice can be reinforced for a behavior with a fight just like it was the best tasting food. Treat Symptoms • Depression or manic episode • Anxiety • Paranoia • Grief, Pain, Sleep, Social Connection etc. Behavioral Chain Analysis • Consult with behavioral health. • Assess triggers, internal factors, precipitating factors. • Change triggers, internal factors, precipitating factors. Self-regulate: Your emotions are contagious. Individuals who have bipolar, traumatic histories or personality problems have a heightened sensitivity to the emotions of others.

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