affective disorder

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Related to mood disorder: personality disorder, cyclothymia
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Synonyms for affective disorder

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We identified adolescents who had at least one ED visit for a mood disorder but did not have any mental health-related physician follow-up visits within 30 days of the ED visit.
Vitamin D and mood disorders among women: an integrative review.
Properly administered, it is one of the most powerful medications available for mood disorders.
Key clinical point: Effective acute therapies have the potential to significantly decrease suicide attempts among mood disorder patients.
Our study shows that the risk of developing a mood disorder increases by 62 percent for patients who have been admitted to hospital with an infection.
com)-- Walden Behavioral Care, LLC today introduced the first in-patient care program in New England exclusively for adults needing treatment for depression, bipolar disorder and other mood disorders.
Several factors are considered probable risk factors for depression in HIV (see box), such as a personal or family history of a mood disorder, and alcohol or drug use.
People with BPD or bipolar are significantly more likely to abuse substances, a factor that worsens the underlying mood disorder and makes treatment more complex.
Lifetime non-medical prescription opioid use was associated with the incidence of any mood disorder, major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder and all anxiety disorders.
In the second trimester, the prevalence of depression was about 52% among women with a history of bipolar disorder, about 34% among those with a history of unipolar depression, and about 8% among women with no history of a mood disorder.
Researchers found that bipolar men who abused alcohol tended to have a family history of alcoholism and mood disorder.
Washington, August 25 (ANI): That a mood disorder increases an individual's risk for substance abuse has been long established, but new evidence has shown that the opposite may be true.
I think one of the biggest risk factors for suicides is untreated mood disorder, and the biggest risk factor for untreated mood disorders is unrecognized mood disorders.
May 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Each year, thousands of young adults graduate from high school or college, but for those with depression, bipolar disorder or another mood disorder, this transition can be a time of great stress, uncertainty and/or paralyzing fear and apprehension.
The study suggests that the stress hormone 'cortisol' is a key player in the mood disorder and children of bipolar parents may be overly sensitive to stress.