Bipolar Disorders on TV3

We recently published the results of a study that improved the quality of life of patients with bipolar disorder. According to these results, psychoeducation provides patients with bipolar disorder with the ability to control their disease by means of training over a six-month period.

We recently published the results of a study that improved the quality of life of patients with bipolar disorder. According to these results, psychoeducation provides patients with bipolar disorder with the ability to control their disease by means of training over a six-month period.Patients who took part in the psychoeducation sessions suffered 66% fewer episodes of mania and 75% fewer episodes of depression than the control group. This study was partially financed by funds from the TV3 Marathon. This television network recently spoke about the results of the study on its news program. You can see the video with Dr. Eduard Vieta below.