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Life after bipolar and a letter from Sir David Attenborough

1 month ago
I am not sure if Karen will remember emails we exchanged many years ago while we were each still struggling, having been told no one recovers from  bipolar disorder. Contrary to ‘expert’ opinion, we have we each recovered. Karen has a video on this web page where she talks about her recovery: http://www.karentyrrell.com/recovered-bipolar-you-tube/ This is not new […]
Roger Smith (in the UK)

Bipolar, Migraines and Ginger

1 month 3 weeks ago
I am fortunate to have only had one severe migraine in my whole life. That was after eating a huge quantity of Brazil nuts on a train journey and then having extreme suffering right through to the next morning. I know nothing of any link between migraines and bipolar disorder but do hope you’ll watch […]
Roger Smith (in the UK)

Flashback to London 2012 – just before the Olympics

2 months 1 week ago
I was interviewed about some of our research work… This was on the top floor of a building overlooking the Thames. With the start of the Olympic Games just days away, every few minutes another helicopter would go over, hence a lot of editing. Anyway, I felt it worth saying about this interview again now […]
Roger Smith (in the UK)

Update on my fasting 16:8 for steadier mood

2 months 1 week ago
It is hard to know if intermittent fasting does steady the mood. I am sure it helps with self-discipline and that has to be a good thing. I believe the main benefits for me have been: Clearer thinking in the morning while stomach is empty Digestive system will be repairing better while stomach is empty […]
Roger Smith (in the UK)

Not Bipolar Today? Cholesterol for Life

3 months ago
I have been much healthier recently. Off all medications for many years now and getting back into the world. Not easy after Bipolar 1. It takes time. I continue to be interested in recovery from mental health troubles (even today I have paid research work on this at Nottingham University) yet more interested in sharing […]
Roger Smith (in the UK)
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