In India, one in every 150 people has bipolar disorder.

Bipolar Disorder: Recent Updates is the topic of the CME. Over 100 psychiatrists from Uttar Pradesh and other parts of the world are expected to attend the event .

At a local hotel on Sunday, the department of psychiatry, Moti Lal Nehru Medical College (MLNMC), Prayagraj and Prayagraj Psychiatrists Association will host the first midterm continuing medical education (CME) program on behalf of the Indian Psychiatric Society, Uttar Pradesh State Branch.Bipolar Disorder: Recent Updates is the topic of the CME.Over 100 psychiatrists from Uttar Pradesh and other parts of the world are expected to attend the event.The High Court of judicature in Allahabad will be the chief guest, Justice Ajit Kumar.

Dr Chittaranjan Andrade, Professor of Psychopharmacology at NIMHANS, Banglore, Dr Bhaskar Mukherjee from Kolkata, Prof Indira Sharma, former HoD of Psychiatry at BHU, Prof SC Tiwari, former HoD of Geriatric Psychiatry, KGMU, Prof PK Dalal, former HoD of Psychiatry, KGMU, among others, he said.M If the disorder goes unnoticed or incorrectly managed, it is also associated with a wide variety of social and societal issues.One in every seven people in India suffers from psychiatric disorders, and one out of every 120 people suffers from serious mental disorders.According to CME co-chairman Dr VK Singh, three out of every four people with a severe mental disorder experience a significant increase in work, social, and family life.Despite so many advances in the medical field, a significant number of patients (28% to 83% for various mental disorders) remain untreated, with causes ranging from a lack of awareness and understanding, to a lack of treatment options, myths, superstitions, and stigma associated with mental disorders, he said.

It is a mood disorder characterized by repeating episodes of depression or mania.Depression episodes are characterized by low mood, low energy, poor concentration, ideas or acts of self-harmsuicide, sleep disturbances, poor appetite, negative thoughts about yourself and/or life and guilt, he said.He said that in India, one out of every 150 people suffers from bipolar disorder, and that 70% of them remain untreated.