I am 19.... hmm, rather irrelevant here.. but anyway, I found out I am bipolar a long time ago, and every time I have a 'down swing' I call them, I want sugar. Lots of sugar, anything remotely sweet. And coffee, I know I shouldn't, but I drink alot of coffee too. But mostly, I want to know, is it normal (hehe, normal...) to want sugar with bipolar? When I have those high days, I am fine, I barely eat at all, but then when I am down it seems like that is all I do, eat. Lots of sugar. So, is this common, and does anyone know why? Thanks.
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