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Bipolar Difference with Moody

Bipolar disorder is a mental health problem that is often misinterpreted. Many people assume that people whose moods change quickly (moody) are sufferers of bipolar disorder. The reality is not the case. Bipolar disorder is different from being moody. Bipolar disorder is a condition in which a person experiences extreme mood swings, either in the form of intense mood enhancement (called manic or hypomanic episodes) or intense mood reduction (called depressive episodes). These episodes can last for several days, weeks and months. Between the two phases of mood increase and decrease there can be periods of normal mood. Manic, Hypomanic, or Depressive Episode Symptoms In bipolar disorder, there are symptoms that are slightly different in each episode of his mood. These symptoms include: Symptoms during manic episodes When in a manic episode, a bipolar sufferer can feel very excited, full of enthusiasm, and have ideas and thoughts running very fast, so it is difficult to concentrat
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