Bipolar disorders are associated with episodes of extreme moods. The highs which are known as manic episodes and the lows known as depressive episodes. Bipolar I disorder is associated with full manic episode without a major depressive episode. The manic episodes are associated with exceptional energy, restlessness, trouble concentrating, feeling of euphoria, poor sleep, and risky behaviors. Bipolar II disorder is associated with hypomanic episode lasting about one week and a major depressive episode lasting at least two weeks (Miklowitz & Johnson, 2018).