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Overview

There are various advantages to choosing treatment in a rehabilitation setting over treatment on an outpatient basis or home care services, such as – Holistic approach to treatment. Rehabs offer treatments from different professionals including psychiatrists, physicians, physiotherapists, psychologists, and family therapists in order to ensure effective management of symptoms of the disorder.

Constant monitoring. There is full-day monitoring offered by trained staff to ensure daily medication intake, following regular routines, and engagement in regular therapy appointments of the patient.

Round-the-clock support. Constant supervision allows for always ensuring the patient’s safety and awareness of the patient’s condition, symptoms, and progress, so that any modification required in the treatment plan can be implemented.

Focus on psycho-education and relapse. While living in the rehab setting, the patient and the family members learn more about the disorder, strategies to manage its symptoms and to reduce the rates of relapses.

Involvement of family. Bipolar disorder affects not just the individual affected but also their family members. Thus, family therapy is also offered in rehabilitation centers which helps resolve conflicts, improve relationships, and overall enhance the quality of life of all.

Promotion of lifestyle changes. Rehabs offer a structured routine that consists of healthy lifestyle changes such as yoga sessions, meditation practices, art and music therapy, and regular eating and sleeping schedules which enhance mood stability for bipolar patients.

Building a strong support system. Rehabilitation settings help create a solid network of support system for many individuals who find themselves suffering from the same disorder, thus reducing a sense of isolation and promoting hope for recovery.
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How effective is Rehabilitation for Bipolar Disorder?

Rehabilitation is effective for patients with bipolar disorder as it helps them maintain adherence to medications and other forms of treatment, involves them in psycho-education about the disorder, provides a support system that facilitates positive change, and requires them to regularly partake in making lifestyle changes that enhance recovery and prevent relapses. 

What are the benefits of Rehabilitation for Bipolar Disorder?

Getting treated in a rehabilitation facility can be beneficial for a patient with bipolar disorder as it provides a holistic treatment approach from various professionals, constant monitoring and supervision that ensures the patient’s safety and adherence to medications and other regular activities, helps monitor their progress and change in condition regularly so modifications in the treatment plan can be made, helps them learn coping strategies to manage their symptoms in regular therapy sessions, provides a support system of other members with similar conditions, and propels them to make lifestyle changes that promote recovery and helps prevent relapses. 

How does it work? 

There is an intake process done by professionals in a rehab in which information about the patient’s illness is collected from the individual and their family members. Following this, the team of medical and mental health professionals make a treatment plan for the individual based on their condition and unique needs. The patient can then reside in the rehabilitation setting and has to follow regular appointments with different professionals and the psycho-educative and other activities structured throughout the day until remission. After this, the patient and the family are educated about the continuous professional guidance that is required to be taken in order to prevent relapses and maintain long-term recovery.