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Symptoms of bipolar depression

The characteristics of bipolar depression are: reduced energy over a length of time, fatigue, lethargy, reduced level of activity, loss of interest in pleasurable activities and social withdrawal. These symptoms are similar to depression but most often occur during the depressive episode of manic-depression.

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About: Symptoms of bipolar depression

Date: 1 November 2004

Source: About Bipolar

Author: Marcia Purse


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