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Struggling to deal with Bipolar Disorder?

Explore Bipolar Disorder Clinical Trials investigating novel treatment options!

Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition characterized by extreme mood swings, including episodes of mania and depression. Periods of intense euphoria, energy, and increased activity levels (manic episodes) alternate with periods of extreme sadness, hopelessness, and low energy (depressive episodes) are characteristics of people with bipolar disorder. These mood swings can interfere with daily life and impact one’s relationships, work performance, and overall functioning.

Revive Research Institute is conducting paid bipolar disorder clinical trials investigating novel potential treatment options.

You may qualify for the paid bipolar disorder study if you:

  • Are between 18 to 75 years of age
  • Have been diagnosed with Bipolar disorder
  • Are in good general health prior to study participation.
  • Can comply with all study procedures

*Take part in this paid bipolar disorder clinical trial at no cost to you or your private medical insurance. You will be reimbursed financially for your time and travel. In addition, all participants receive study-related treatment from Doctors and Healthcare experts.

*If you are interested in participating in the Bipolar Disorder Clinical Trials or would like more information, please fill out the form so we can determine if you qualify for the study and can contact you. Note that this is an entirely voluntary decision. If you change your mind about participating in a study, you can leave at any time.

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About the Bipolar Disorder Clinical Trials

Bipolar disorder is a chronic mood disorder that affects about 2.8% of the US population. We are conducting Bipolar Disorder Clinical Trials to assess the safety and efficacy of an oral investigational medication in adult (18 to 75 years old) males and females with episodes of agitation. Participants in this paid bipolar disorder clinical trials will be given the study treatment as an adjuvant to standard treatment if they have not responded to their current therapy regime.

The study drug will be administered to approximately 200 men and women. Bipolar disorder clinical trials will take place at various locations throughout the United States, with one of those locations being in Chicago, Illinois. This is a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, 2-part, phase III study.

The study treatment for participants will last 12 weeks. To ensure study eligibility, all participants must comply with all study procedures. Participants who meet the eligibility criteria and are chosen to participate will be given the option of receiving 12 weeks of double-blind active treatment or a placebo. We’re looking into the safety and efficacy of an oral investigational drug used to treat agitation in adults with bipolar disorder.

*There is no cost to you, your private medical insurance, or the public health insurance plan for study procedures. The study drug, related procedures, and visits will be provided at no charge for the duration of the study.

Get Started: What to Expect?

If you or someone you know are suffering from bipolar disorder and would like to participate in our paid bipolar disorder clinical trials, please reach out to us by filling out the form above. One of our study team representatives will call you to see if you are a fit for this study as part of our screening process.

If you fulfill the initial screening criteria, you may be asked to visit the study site. Our research team will discuss in detail with you about the clinical during the Informed Consent process. After that, you will undergo a series of health-related questions and tests to confirm your eligibility as a participant.

Once you receive confirmation of eligibility, you will formally be a part of the bipolar disorder clinical trials. You will receive all the information about the research study you might enroll in during the ICF process. We encourage you to ask as many questions as you would like before deciding to participate.

*All study-related care is provided free of cost. Complete physical examination and other study-related assessments will be done by expert physicians and health care experts.

Length of study Treatment

12 weeks

Number of study visits

Approx. 9 weeks


Illinois, Chicago

About Bipolar Disorder

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Bipolar disorder (formerly known as manic-depressive illness or manic depression) is a lifelong mood disorder and mental health condition characterized by intense shifts in mood, energy levels, thinking patterns, and behavior.

Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder:

To receive a diagnosis of bipolar disorder, you must experience at least one episode of mania or hypomania. Symptoms can vary between individuals. Bipolar disorder appear to result from a combination of factors. These include genetic, environmental & biologic factors.

Complications of Bipolar Disorder: 

If left untreated, bipolar disorder can lead to longer and more severe mood changes. Someone living with bipolar disorder may also have a higher risk of substance abuse, anxiety, heart and cardiovascular conditions, diabetes, unhealthy weight (such as overweight and obesity), and suicidal thoughts.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. How is bipolar disorder diagnosed?

Diagnosing bipolar disorder involves a comprehensive evaluation process. Healthcare professionals assess symptoms, evaluate mood patterns, and compare them to diagnostic criteria outlined in the DSM-5. A thorough physical examination is conducted to rule out underlying medical conditions, while psychological evaluations help assess cognitive functioning and identify co-occurring disorders. Symptom tracking through mood diaries or specialized tools provides additional information. Collaborative discussions between the healthcare professional and the individual lead to a formal diagnosis and exploration of treatment options. It’s crucial to consult trained professionals for an accurate diagnosis.

2. Do I have to pay to participate in a clinical trial?

Participation in Bipolar Disorder Clinical Trials is free of cost to both you and your private health insurance. If you qualify and decide to participate, you will be financially compensated for your time and travel. Details of the stipend will be given to you once you complete the screening process and move on to the informed consent process.

3. How common is bipolar disorder?

Bipolar disorder is a relatively common mental health condition. According to estimates, approximately 2.8% of adults in the United States experience bipolar disorder in any given year. This means that millions of individuals are affected by the disorder. Bipolar disorder can occur in people of all ages, including children and adolescents, and it affects both men and women equally.

4. What is bipolar disorder treatment?

Typically, treatment entails a combination of at least one mood-stabilizing drug and/or atypical antipsychotic, and also includes psychotherapy.

5. What does it feel like to live with bipolar disorder?

Living with bipolar disorder can be a challenging and complex experience. People with bipolar disorder experience both episodes of severe depression and episodes of mania – overwhelming joy, excitement or happiness, extreme bursts of energy, a reduced need for sleep, and reduced inhibitions. Living with bipolar disorder often involves managing the challenges and disruptions caused by these mood fluctuations. It can impact various aspects of life, including relationships, work performance, and overall well-being. However, with proper treatment, support, and self-care strategies, individuals with bipolar disorder can lead fulfilling lives and effectively manage their symptoms.

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