World Bipolar Day
World Bipolar Day, observed annually on March 30th, is dedicated to raising awareness about bipolar disorders and reducing the stigma associated with them. This global initiative aims to promote understanding, education, and support for individuals affected by bipolar disorder. Through various events, educational campaigns, and community outreach, World Bipolar Day fosters open conversations, emphasises the significance of early diagnosis and treatment, and encourages individuals to share their experiences. The day serves as a platform to advocate for mental health resources, research, and policies that contribute to a more compassionate and informed approach to bipolar disorders on a global scale.