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KEEP YOUR LYTE GOING with resources and tips

We believe that knowledge is empowering. That's why we want to provide you with facts, helpful tips, and inspiration that can help you better take care of yourself.

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Interested in learning more about CAPLYTA?

Use this patient brochure to see how CAPLYTA could help you rise above the lows of bipolar depression and let in the LYTE.

  • Print or download the brochure
  • Review the content on your own or with your healthcare provider
  • Come prepared with any questions to the next appointment with your healthcare provider
Download the Patient Brochure

Want help understanding your symptoms?

Discussing your symptoms with your healthcare provider is a great first step in learning if you might have bipolar disorder. To help start the conversation:

  • Print or download this form
  • Record your answers
  • Bring it to the next appointment with your healthcare provider. Only they can provide a diagnosis. This questionnaire is not a diagnostic tool
Download the Mood Disorder Questionnaire

Ready to talk to your healthcare provider?

Prepare yourself for a conversation about CAPLYTA with information and questions.

Download the Doctor Discussion Guide

Discover these lifestyle tips

In addition to taking CAPLYTA, here are a few things you can do to help you rise above the lows of bipolar depression.

Look forward to what's ahead

Make a list of things you'd like to do.

Talk to friends and family

Loved ones would love to hear from you and may enjoy doing some of the things you want to do too.

Keep a sleep schedule

Going to sleep at the same time each night may help with maintaining a daily routine.

Stay active

From taking a walk to joining a gym, exercise may help you feel better physically and emotionally.

Eat well

A healthy diet is not only good for your physical health, but may also support your mental well‑being.

Keep track of your moods

Each day is different, so it's important to note how you feel and what made you feel that way.

Reach out when you need to

Your healthcare provider can help with creating a treatment plan that works best for you.