12 episodes

How To Beat Bipolar Disorder Naturally And What To Do Next: I used to be actively bipolar. That ended back in 2004. Now I consider myself "bipolar-prone" and live life in a way that won't trigger The Beast's return. I became well again using all natural means, only after Western Medicine nearly killed me. But I soon discovered that I'd only won half the battle. Learning how to live as something other than a sick person was almost as hard as beating the illness. But I'm doing it. I'll share how.

After Bipolar Podcast Ken Jensen

    • Mental Health

How To Beat Bipolar Disorder Naturally And What To Do Next: I used to be actively bipolar. That ended back in 2004. Now I consider myself "bipolar-prone" and live life in a way that won't trigger The Beast's return. I became well again using all natural means, only after Western Medicine nearly killed me. But I soon discovered that I'd only won half the battle. Learning how to live as something other than a sick person was almost as hard as beating the illness. But I'm doing it. I'll share how.

    #12: Whitaker & Mercola: Exercise Better Than Meds

    #12: Whitaker & Mercola: Exercise Better Than Meds

    For mild to moderate depression, it's been proven that exercise and lifestyle changes have a more effective, more successful, and longer lasting effect than anti depressants.

    • 29 min
    #11: Whitaker & Mercola: Psych Meds Are The Problem

    #11: Whitaker & Mercola: Psych Meds Are The Problem

    In my original fight to overcome bipolar disorder, I discovered that psychotropic drugs only harmed me-intensified my symptoms. My last psychiatrist confirmed it. This interview between Dr. Mercola and Robert Whitaker explains why that could be.

    • 32 min
    #10: PTSD: My Other Playmate

    #10: PTSD: My Other Playmate

    I've walked away from death quite a number of times. I've actually been dead multiple times on two different occasions. Events like this can leave a residue called PTSD in your head.

    • 25 min
    #9: Burning Down The House...Again

    #9: Burning Down The House...Again

    Bipolar disorder was actually a blessing in disguise for me, as that illness is what it took to destroy the Old Me, allowing the New Me to come forth. And I recently discovered that I need to burn this version of me down again, in order to handle the tasks I've set for myself.

    • 27 min
    #8: Energy Of The Past

    #8: Energy Of The Past

    The energy of the past can come pounding to the surface of my mind, heart, and body whenever I retell my bipolar story.

    • 26 min
    #7: Bipolar Prone: A Matter Of Perspective

    #7: Bipolar Prone: A Matter Of Perspective

    Those of us forced to find ways to grow out of and beyond the limitations of our current selves and our current realities, just to get or stay sane, usually end up becoming more than we ever would have, had we been sane in the first place!

    • 20 min

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