Bipolar disorders are a growing concern in today's world. This book is a step towards integrating various outlooks on Bipolar Disorders (BD). The variety in the perspectives of these disorders makes it complicated to clearly outline the limits of BD. It is useful to view BD from this viewpoint, as a final general pathway arising from numerous frames of reference. The incorporation of epigenetics, molecular pharmacology, and neurophysiology is necessary. One explanation involves using this varied data to look for endophenotypes to help experts, even though most clinicians favor broader groupings of symptoms and scientific variables. This book attempts to combine this fresh information with existing clinical methods in a practical approach. It will be helpful for readers interested in learning about this field.