One of the most dangerous aspects is that multiple untreated manic or hypomanic episodes can be very harmful to the brain. They can sometimes even lead to cognitive impairment and/or decreasing IQ over time. (This can happen because leaving mania untreated is a lot like running a car eighty miles an hour all day, every day. Eventually the motor—the brain—will break down.)
I would emphasize what matters most is not whether or not they are Christian or what their faith background is but their level of competence as a physician.
Mental health is the state of well-being in which people understand their own potential, are capable of dealing with life’s stresses and challenges,
Bipolar Disorder is characterized by a tendency to experience distinct episodes of mania or hypomania and sometimes episodes of depression.