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Ups and Downs: Understanding That Bipolar Is Far More Than Just Mood Swings

Bipolar Isn’t Just Ups and Downs

“We’re all a bit ‘up and down.’” Everybody’s moods go through ups and downs, and there are many factors linked to this. Our genetic makeup, diet, exercise routine, sleep pattern, stress, trauma – in fact, there are so many that it’s easier to simply say ‘life.’ We can all feel upset, angry, happy, elated and low, and typing any of those words into a thesaurus, you’ll find even more. But we’re talking about everyday emotions here....

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