Natural Treatments for Bi-Polar Disorder

Sophia Natural Health provides high-quality care and personalized treatment for individuals dealing with Bi-Polar Disorder. Our office is Brookfield is dedicated to making sure you find relief from uncomfortable symptoms.*


Bipolar disorder involves extreme shifts in mood, energy, and levels of activity. Medications can help people manage symptoms, but these can have adverse effects. A number of natural remedies may also help. Schedule an appointment with one of our many trusted natural health specialists at Sophia today.

Our Office Serving Brookfield, CT

 31 Old Rte 7, Brookfield, CT 06804

Phone: (203) 740-9300

Hours of Operation:
Monday: 8:30AM – 6PM
Tuesday: 1:00PM- 5PM
Wednesday: 8:30AM – 6PM
Thursday: 11:00AM – 6PM
Friday: 8:30AM – 12PM
Saturday: 8:30AM – 12PM
Sunday: Closed

Potential Treatments for Bi Polar Disorder


One of our expert doctors will painlessly insert tiny, sterilized needles into your body to relieve pain and points of stress.


A therapy that uses heated glass cups along the meridians of the body, helping to stimulate energy flow and draw out toxins

Herbal Therapy

We personalize a mixture herbal remedies to treat any patient’s conditions affecting them in order to encourage relief.

Manual Therapy

The manipulation of joints and soft tissues in the body to alleviate physical symptoms of physical conditions.


This therapy consists of placing heated glass cups along the body’s meridians to promote energy flow and pull out toxins.

Tui Na

Often used in combination with Acupuncture, Tui Na is a therapeutic massage that is meant to improve blood flow to an area.*


A type of heat therapy that relaxes muscles and increases blood circulation with deep body tissue.


A form of heat therapy that increases circulation by burning the herb mugwort near an individual’s skin to warm the area.

Dietary Therapy

Making a change in one’s diet in order to treat of prevent disease. This usually requires a change in lifestyle.

Symptoms & Causes of Bi-Polar Disorder 

The main symptoms of bipolar disorder are alternating episodes of extreme euphoria, or mania, and major depression. With treatment, many people with the condition can work, study, and live a full and productive life. However, some people stop taking their medication or choose not to take it.

Symptoms of bipolar disorder can be difficult to identify in children and teens. It’s often hard to tell whether these are normal ups and downs, the results of stress or trauma, or signs of a mental health problem other than bipolar disorder. If your teen or child is having extreme mood swings that differ from their usual mood swings, it may be time to see a doctor. 

Some Symptoms of Bi-Polar Disorder

  • Impared judgement 
  • “racing” thoughts that come and go quickly, and bizarre ideas that the person may act upon
  • High highs and low lows
  • Insomnia, issues sleeping
  • Weight loss or weight gain 
  • irritation, possibly triggered by noises, smells, tight clothing, and other things that would usually be tolerated or ignored

If you have any symptoms of depression or mania, see your doctor or mental health professional. Bipolar disorder doesn’t get better on its own. Getting treatment from a mental health professional with experience in bipolar disorder can help you get your symptoms under control.

Your Different Treatment Options


Acupuncture, an ancient technique of traditional Chinese medicine, has long been used to treat chronic pain. These specific points  can help with inflammation, relieving some pain for clients that may be suffering. Acupuncture and its medical techniques are much easier on your body than traditional medicine and promote natural healing using your body’s energy. Acupuncture can manage symptoms especially after multiple sessions.*

Tui Na 

This form of hands on therapy is a great alternative to acupuncture. This massage therapy relieves pain within the patient by increasing blood flow throughout the body.* Our specialists will carefully manipulate your soft tissue and joints to stimulate your acupressure points and help your chi flow through your body in order to help lessen the pain you may feel.*


Cupping is a vacuum therapy that may draw toxins out of tissues, reduce pain, and promote healthy lymphatic flow.The asthma treatment involves moving a cup up and down the muscles between the ribs. Using cups on these muscles can relieve the tension and pain people feel from constant coughing and wheezing.


For most people, exercise can have a positive effect on their mood. When you exercise, your body releases endorphins, which are known as the brain’s “feel-good” chemicals. Over time, higher levels of endorphins can make you feel better. This is why exercise is often recommended for people with depression. Exercise can also help you combat stress.

Dietary Therapy

There’s many different aspects to treating and dealing with Bi-Polar Disorder. Whether it be medication, exercising, meditating, this disorder requires a balanced regiment. Food is the ultimate medicine, certain foods and dietary supplements might play a role in helping — or hindering — people with bipolar disorder. There’s no specific diet to follow, however, when you work with one of the medical professionals at Sophia, we can come up with the best plan of action to benefit you.

Your Trusted Natural Specialist for Bi-Polar Disorder

Are you looking for alternative, holistic methods to treat the symptoms Bi-Polar Disorder? At Sophia Natural Health, we strive to help our clients by healing them from the inside out. When you work with us, know that we aim to give our clients peace of mind through holistic and alternative treatments. Reach out to us today so we can help you.*

*The effectiveness of diagnosis and treatment will vary. Sophia Natural Health Center does not guarantee certain results

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