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Euthymia in Bipolar Disorder: the Calm After the Storm


To a greater or lesser extent, we imagine that bipolar disorder is characterized by extreme mood swings, which can range from depression to mania. However, something less known is the fact that these two extremes don’t constantly alternate with each other. In fact, there exists between them a quiet period of apparent normality. This calm between the storm is what’s known as euthymia in bipolar disorder. Contrary to popular belief, and unlike in other conditions such as borderline personality disorder, changes in the mood of bipolar patients aren’t sudden or momentary. In other words, the person doesn’t experience variations in…

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