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Catherine Zeta-Jones brings awareness to bipolar II

Posted by | April 15, 2011 .

63075600Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones on the red carpet for the Golden Globe Awards. Catherine made the decision to check in to a mental health facility for a brief stay to treat her bipolar II disorder on April 13, 2011 at an undisclosed location. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

Each morning I like checking out the morning news on TV along with the most popular topics posted online at Yahoo and my igoogle. As a health blogger and writer for Examiner.com I try to find interesting health topics to write about.

Thursday morning, April 14th, 2011 everyone was talking about actress Catherine Zeta-Jones and her recent visit to a medical facility for bipolar type II. Between her celebrity status and the popular topic of mental illness many blog posts went up.

As an herbalist I choose to write about this because I’ve have clients contact me wanting to know of alternative treatments for mental conditions like bipolar, anxiety and other mental illnesses. Many people have been successful in dealing with mental disorders using natural supplements. Parents have been able to help their children with conditions such as ADD and ADHD.

Read my article as the Chicago Holistic Examiner about Catherine Zeta-Jones, with advice for natural ways to deal with bipolar II, including a list of recommended supplements. (Click on the headline below).

Catherine Zeta-Jones has everyone talking about bipolar type 2

I recently wrote about ways to help prevent Dementia and Alzheimer disease also:

Ways to help lower the risk of having Alzheimer’s and Dementia

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  1. MedBlits.com April 15, 2011 11:34 p04

    Zeta Jones may have lived with bipolar disorder since her teens…

    CATHERINE ZETA JONES may have been suffering from bipolar disorder since her late teens, experts suggested yesterday.But the condition is frequently misdiagnosed and can be mistaken for easy depression, a team at Cardiff University said.As reported in …

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