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In his one-on-one interview with Charlie Sheen, Dr. Oz asks him hard questions about both his physical and mental health. Plus, Sheen finally admits for the first time that he might be manic.
Dr. Oz shares the symptoms of mania, including irritability and mood swings, and discusses if these signs might be behind Charlie Sheen’s erratic behavior.
In his face-to-face studio interview with Charlie Sheen, Dr. Oz reveals his desire to help Sheen not just chase a cure for HIV, but chase a cure for himself.
Dr. Oz welcomes psychiatrist Dr. Shahla Modir to the show to explain how doctors diagnose issues like bipolar disorder and addiction and to weigh in on Charlie Sheen’s experiences.
In his groundbreaking interview with Dr. Oz, Charlie Sheen agrees to receive help from Dr. Shahla Modir, a psychiatrist who specializes in mental health issues like mania and bipolar disorder.
When guest Andrea asks Charlie Sheen about his HIV support network, Charlie Sheen reveals why he welcomes and needs such a group in his life.
When asked if he would be a spokesperson for those living with HIV, Charlie Sheen reveals that he already is and why he recognizes the need for further education and advocacy.
Charlie Sheen shares his personal bouts of fear living with HIV and how he handles those uncertain moments.
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Could Charlie Sheen have bipolar disorder? Oz asks the tough questions. See what happens when Charlie is confronted with his mania. Is it pushing him to behaviors that are far more dangerous for him than HIV?
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