bipolar disorder

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Related to Bipolar II Disorder: hypomania, cyclothymia, Bipolar I Disorder
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Major finding: Compared with bipolar II disorder patients whose hypomania lasts at least 4 days, patients with episodes of shorter duration scored 14% lower on the Mood Swings Questionnaire and 8% lower on the Mood Disorders Questionnaire, significant but slight differences.
News first emerged in 2011 that Zeta Jones suffered from bipolar II disorder.
At the time, her rep had revealed that the beauty had "made the decision to check in to a mental health facility for a brief stay to treat her Bipolar II disorder.
She was treated for bipolar II disorder in 2011 and Douglas had been suffering from cancer during the past few years.
2] The spectrum of bipolar disorders includes bipolar I disorder and bipolar II disorder.
The Welsh star has bipolar II disorder, a less severe form of bipolar I disorder which involves mood swings between depression and a kind of manic elation.
Summary: Catherine Zeta-Jones checked herself into rehab to be treated for bipolar II disorder, after helping her husband battle cancer.
The Welsh star, who was in the Connecticut hospital for five days, has bipolar II disorder, a less severe form of bipolar I disorder which involves mood swings between depression and a kind of manic elation.
2001) found that the mood swings that those with bipolar II disorder experienced varied between euthymia, elation, and depression, whereas the mood changes experienced by those with BPD rotated between euthymia, anger, and anxiety.
Bipolar II disorder (hereafter referred to simply as bipolar) can be better understood and addressed by applying appropriate psychological principles.
The authors first introduce the NURSE model of assessment, then describe maternity blues, postpartum psychosis, bipolar II disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder caused by childbirth, and screening methods.
Lifetime prevalence rates in various countries for bipolar I disorder, bipolar II disorder, bipolar spectrum disorder and schizophrenia were identified from population-based epidemiological studies that used similar methods.
Bipolar II disorder is characterized by episodes of hypomania, a less severe form of mania, which lasts for at least 4 days in a row and is not severe enough to require hospitalization.
Some people, however, never develop severe mania but instead experience milder episodes of hypomania that alternate with depression; this form of the illness is called bipolar II disorder.
Diagnoses included bipolar disorder not otherwise specified (57%), bipolar I disorder (41%), and bipolar II disorder (2%).