Catherine Zeta-Jones Bipolar Disorder

Catherine Zeta-Jones Bipolar Disorder:The actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, witness during the months of her husband, Michael Douglas, against cancer, entered recently a psychiatric centre to treat bipolar disorder, confirmed this afternoon his representative said in a statement. "After suffering a great stress during the past year, Catherine took the decision to enter a psychiatric centre for a brief stay with the intention to treat his bipolar disorder in type 2," said the representative, as published by People magazine.
Bipolar disorder type two translates into high levels of energy and impulsivity, which can be alternated with episodes of major depression. "Is very well and he looks forward to return to the filming of her next two films this week," she added.
Zeta-Jones, of 41 years, has been about five days entered in the Center, said a close friend of the interpreter to the publication. "There is no doubt that there has been a stressful year for her," he said. "Catherine has had to cope with the illness of Michael and has been hard." "He came to the Center because it is going to start working and wanted to make sure that he was in top form, and it is," she added.
Douglas, of 66 years, announced in January that he had won the battle to cancer after a struggle of six-month session of chemotherapy and radiation to a tumor in the throat. In August, 2010 the star of "wall street" was diagnosed with a malignant tumor, which was in phase 4, although he had not metastasized.


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