Cyclothymia and cyclothymic temperament (basic mood and emotional instability) represent of source of significant burden and morbidity for many Bipolar Disorder’ Spectrum patients. Nonetheless, cyclothymia still represent one the most misconceived disorders in the Bipolar Spectrum. Nonetheless, epidemiological and clinical research have shown the high prevalence of cyclothymia and the validity of the concept that it should be seen as a distinct form of bipolarity, not simply as a softer form.
Related Journals of Adult Bipolar Disorders: Cyclothymia
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